October 26, 2017

Peas Pulao / Matar Pulao / Pattai Pulav | Lunchbox Recipes


This is very easy and delicious one pot lunch box recipe. 

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Recipe Cuisine : International | Recipe Category: Baking
Preparation Time: 10 mins  | Cooking Time: 10 mins | Yields: 20 cookies

Ingredients:
Rice
1 cup
Peas
1 cup
Salt
As Required
To Temper:

Oil
2 tsp
Ghee
2 tsp
Cinnamon
1 inch stick
Clove
2
Cardamom
2
Bay Leaf
1
Kalpasi / Stone Flower
1 tsp
Maratti Mokku / Kapok Buds
1
Onion (medium size)
1
Green Chili
2
Ginger Garlic Paste
1 tbsp

Procedure:
1. Wash and rinse the rise twice. Soak the rice with 1 cup of water for 15 mins. Then drain the water and keep it aside. Keep this water for later use.
2. Heat the oil and ghee in a pressure cooker, add whole spices (cinnamon, cloves, bay leaf, kalpasi, cardamom, maratti mokku ) and fry for few seconds.
3. Add chopped green chilies. Fry for few seconds.
4. Add ginger garlic paste and sauté for few seconds.
5. Add chopped onion and sauté till the onion becomes translucent.
 6. Add 1 cup of peas and sauté for 1 mins.
7. Add soaked rice and mix them well.
8. Add salt and 2 cups of water ( 1 cup normal water + 1 cup rice soaked water (from 1). Mix them well.
9. Close the pressure cooker with its lid and wait till the steam comes out. Put the whistle immediately when the steam comes out from the cooker lid and keep the flame at very low (simmer). Cook for 12-14 mins. [if whistle does not come, don’t worry about it]
10. After 12 mins switch off the flame. Once pressure has gone completely, open the cooker and transfer the pulao into a wide bowl. Mix the pulao gently with the fork.
    Yummy, tasty and aromatic pulao is ready to serve. Serve with raitha.

Note:
1. I have used jeeraga samba rice. You use basmathi rice or normal rice also. Adjust the water level according to the rice used.
2. Adjust the green chilies according to your spice level.
3. You can use fresh peas, frozen peas or dried peas.
4. In case you can use dried peas, soak it for 6-8 hours and then use.


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