Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Green vegetable pulav


Vegetable Pulav is every one's favourite dish. My kids love it! Its a best way to get them to eat few veggis if they are fussy eaters. Its easy to make & tasty too....

Ingredients:

Basmati Rice - 2cups
Corriander Leaves - 1 bunch
Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tsp
Green chillies - 6no
Coconut - 2 tbspns
Onion - 2
Oil - 2 tbspns
Ghee - 1 tsp
Cinnamon - 1" piece
Cloves - 4
Bayleaf - 1
Elaichi - 1
Green Beans, Carrot, Potato, Cauliflower, Peas - all together - 2 cups.

Method:

1. Chop all vegetables into 1" long pieces. Slice the onions & set aside.

2. Wash basmati rice & keep ready.
3. Grind together - Corriander leaves, green chillies & coconut to a fine paste.

4. In a pan add oil & ghee, then add the whole spices - Cinnamon, cloves, bayleaf & elaichi.

5. Add the sliced onions & ginger-garlic paste, & saute for 2-3 minutes. Then add the vegetables & fry all for 5 minutes.

6. Now add the ground green masala & fry till the raw smell goes off.

7. Now add the washed rice & mix all together for about 5-7n minutes, till its all blended well. Add required salt.

8. Add 4 & 1/4 cups of water in a rice cooker & then trasfer these ingredients from the pan into it. Mix all well & turn on the rice cooker, till done.

Very soon your home will be filled with the aroma of pulav & you'll be ready to serve a mouthwatering dish..... Serve hot !!

15 comments:

Asha said...

I love Pulaos too, kitchen smells so great when you make it. I am planning to make one for Diwali too!:)
Looks delicious.Happy Halloween.

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Love veg pulao.....infact its one of my fav dishes.....The platter of pulao looks good :-))

Laavanya said...

Nice green Pulav.. am sure the coriander adds a lovely fragrance. I add some mint too.

sagari said...

wow thats a yummy pulav

Seema said...

Asha- Yes, i love the smell too, makes u more hungry :-)

Sirisha- Thxs Sirisha, we love it too!! An all time favourite for most people i can say.

Laav- Add mint-I must try it out.Thxs for letting me know.

Sagari- Thank you!!

Happy cook said...

I too love pulav.
Would love to have them

Mandira said...

the pulao looks delicious and beautifully presented too!

Saira said...

Seema,u have got such a loon list of wonderful recipes.n d pulav's just awesome.i alwys cook the vegpart n rice seperately n mix it finally.shud try this method.thanx a lott for popping in to my blog.u actually made me rethink about my blog.i was slowing losing my interest on it..thanx ..for the past 2 days i was working on it..beginner blues!!
cheers[:)]

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Lovely looking pulav that is... I'm sure it tasted good too!!! Happy Deepavali!

sagari said...

hi seema thanks for stopping and commenting on my photos

Rachel said...

pulav-i do a version of it too to get some veggies into my toddler..easier to make this than a meal with plain white rice and other accompaniments...

Seema said...

Happy Cook- Thxs!!

Mandira - Thanks for nice words!!

Saira - I am a new blogger too & high enthu, love meeting other blogger friends! Thanks for stopping & do stop often :-)

Ramya- Thxs, yup tasted yum yum :-)

Sagari - The photos were truely great!! Your an artist!!

Rachel - Your right - one meal & less fuss from the toddlers.

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

hi Seena, my i missed some beautiful posts here..esp the fruit pizza, lovely!!

Laavanya said...

Hi Seema.. why no new posts? am waiting... :) Are you busy with all the Diwali preparations? Loved the fruit pizza you gave Deepa. How did the potluck go? Love to the kiddos.

Seema said...

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby - Hi Thanks for stopping by my blog. Glad u liked my postings...Fruit pizza is real yummy & very easy to make too.

Laav - Yes, busy with Diwali prep plus not keeping too well too.. all adding up!! Check out my diwali sweet / savourie posts. Potluck went well.