a kadai, heat oil and saute the cubed, washed and Haldi
the same kadai, add another tablespoon of oil (I used mustard oil). Drop in the Tej Pata, whole garam masalas, fennel seeds
the ginger paste followed by chopped tomatoes. Turn up the heat and fry till the colour turns brown and the tomato
the marinated chicken and stir around till all the pieces are well coated in masala. Do this on high heat. Once the chicken is well coated with the masala, keep turning around...koshano
time permits, continue cooking in the kadai till the chicken is tender. And you may need to sprinkle water now and then to prevent burning. But like me, if you are running short of time, transfer to a pressure cooker. Add a mug of water. 2 whistles are adequate. Once cooled, and the lid comes off, transfer to the serving bowl and garnish with chopped coriander leaves
the washed and (preferably dried) basmati rice followed by the sugar, salt, Jaiphal or Javitri powder. Mix well on medium flame.
the peas. Again give everything in the kadai a stir to mix.
(same cup as used to measure the rice) of water. Squeeze half a piece of lemon (learnt from some blog on the net sometime back and follow it religiously for all pulaos and as promised the result is amazing...the cooked rice DO NOT stick)
Finally one fine Saturday tried this mushroom pulao along withpeas and it came out good. But somehow I have not prepared this mushroom pulao and kept postponing as I love to eat the mushrooms in gravy with blend of masalas than in biryani or in pulaos
Last Sunday I prepared this mushroom peaspulaowith some leftover mushrooms and fresh green peas. Since its a mild pulao recipe without much of garam masala powders, you can enjoy it with any spicy kurma as side dish
Spinach and peaspulao served with aloo methi roast, onion raitha and some cucumber slices. This is a really tasty and filling meal and you need to pat your back for adding greens in your kid’s diet with out any complaints from them
So with my job done, i can definitely relax during the weekend. Anyhow back to peaspulao, this is one of the easiest and tastiest rice dishes i have come across and is my favorite Jhatpat meal during those lazy weekends
Turn off the gas and serve these Extremely delicious and yummy Pulaowith yogurt or with Raita. So with this thought only, I was again not in that mood to make any flatbread at home, And decided to make something good by which I can convince him to have this in his dinner
Spicy Pulao Recipe with Carrots and green Peas also called mutter or matar pulao recipe or Gajar Mataranwale Chaul in hindi (Chaul means Rice and Matar means Peas) is a quick and easy to make rice recipe