Friday, August 6, 2010

Peas Pulao

Sometimes it happens that you have to prepare something in a jiffy, something that is a complete meal and doesnot take much time. Yes, I am in such situations often and my hubby wont take a smoothie or a salad for a meal. So, what do I do? Well, I make this Pulao and serve it with raitas and with some chopped tomatoes and onions. I takes just 15-20 minutes to make the whole lot. While the rice is cooking in the microwave, I whip up the raita and chop the salad.

Here is my way of making this pulao. Before that, if you have missed my earlier post, here is a reminder, I am hostng a giveaway here from CSN stores. Do drop your comments on this post and be a part of the giveaway. Who knows you could be the lucky winner!

Coming back to the recipe..
You will need.

2 cups boiled rice.
1/2 cup peas.
1 onion chopped.
2 cardamom pods crushed.
 1 tsp cumin seeds.
2 bay leaves.
1 green chilli slit.
Some cashew nuts.
10-12 raisans.
1/4 tsp turmeric powder.
1/2 red chilli powder.(optional).
Salt to taste.
1 tbsp oil or ghee.
Chopped coriander leaves to garnish.(optional)

Process:

Heat a pan and add ghee/oil. When heated add the cumin seeds, green chilli, bay leaves and crushed cardamon pods. Saute for 30 seconds and add the chopped onions. Saute for 2 minutes till they are translucent and add the peas, raisans adn split cashew nuts. Heat for another 2 minutes. Now add the turmeric powder and salt and give a good stir. Add the rice and mix well. Cover the pan and let it cook for 2-3 minutes on a low heat. When done, take it off gas and pulao is ready to serve.
Serve hot with Raita and Salad.
Sending this off to MLLA#26 hosted by Briciole. This event is the brain child of Susan of 'The well Seasoned cook'
Enjoy!

20 comments:

  1. Pulao looks awesome j...drooling dear.

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  2. pulav luks very tempting and inviting...

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  3. Simple n delicious ....looks yum

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  4. peas pulao looks heavenly ...my favorite too ...u made it very perfectly dear...love to have this with ur's tempting boondi raita ...lovely click too..first time to ur blog ...u got a beautiful space here with yummy recipes ... i love ur mango ice cream n going to try now ..thanks for sharing ,if u get time do visit my blog

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  5. Pulao looks really colourful and tasty.I love how all the grains are separate and long.

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  6. deliciously looking good pilaff..yummm

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  7. the peas pulao looks simply delicious....

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  8. Indeed an easy pulao. My version is slightly different. I don't put tumeric and I don't cook rice separately. Works either ways!

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  9. Looks beautiful and surely very close to a complete meal :)

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  10. Just sent you an email abt cooking rice in the same pot.

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  11. easy , simple n perfect..i cook it almost in the same way..

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  12. Dear J,
    I'm alone today, so don't feel like cooking anything. So can you pass me the bowl? ;-)
    Hey dear missing your thoughts on my space..
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  13. Peas pulao, I have not made this in a while.Yours look nice.

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  14. wow , tempting pulao ... love tha click ...

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  15. Love the color....very yum looking peas pulao.....all time favourite comfort food for me...

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  16. wht a gorgeous color of pulao J...the grains r shining like pearls...love the green peas popping out from tht bful yellow rice...so inviting...do participate in my ongoing event A Visual Treat...waiting for ur entries...hugs

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  17. This is my favorite pulav.Nice clicks as always

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  18. like to have this simple pulao with raitha or any veg/non side.. so good

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