Monday, 8 February 2016

Vegetable Pulav Recipe

Vegetable Pulav

Rice are one of the great gifts from God to humankind, probably biggest consumed food in the world. When you have such a big demand for something then its very hard to say that it has only few varieties, the varieties rice dishes have its unbelievable, different communities and cultures have been enjoying rice different ways throughout the history. You open history books and will find lots of rice dishes from around the world. you can enjoy rice with almost anything and everything, if you go through Mughal's food history you will find them eating with meat, you go through Chinese history you will find them eating stir fried rice, Arabs enjoy their kabsa.

Today's recipe is called Pulav, some call it pulao other call it paela. It is similar to Biryani and al-kabsa, you can cook this with meat or vegetables, i have been asked to make something for vegetarians so i am going to share veg pulav. It is an Turkish side dish and loved by millions around the world. If you like it please do use comment box below and do not forget to subscribe our site to get new recipes everyday, we don't just share the recipes from around the world, we dig the history for you to bring some of the best recipes for you and we bring the memories of ancient life into your kitchen.


1: Rice 1kg (soaked for 1 hour)

2: Salt as per taste

3: Tomatoes 4 ( chopped)

4: Mix vegetables 2 cups

5: Green peas half cup

6: Onion 2 (chopped)

7: Mix dry fruit 50g ( ground)

8: Turmeric powder 1tsp

9: Oil 200g

10: Water to boil the rice


Add rice and salt in a large pan and add water to boil the rice up to 75%  and take them off the stove, rinse them.
Heat the oil in a pan, add onions and cook on medium flame till onions are golden brown, add ground dry fruit, tomato, green peas, turmeric powder, mix well and cook on low flame for about 1 minute.
Add mix vegetables and cook on medium flame for about 3 minutes.
Slowly add the rice and mix well cook for 2 minutes on low flames (keep stirring).
Cover the pan with a towel and turn the flame off, leave it covered for 15 minutes.

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