Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Paneer Pulao

Its one of my favorite pulao recipe. Its favorite because it takes such less ingredients and at the same time it tastes so yummy. A complete lunch item with a simple raita and some pickle.


Ingredients :

1. Long grain rice- 1 cup
2. Salt to taste
3. Oil- 4 tbs
4. Cumin seed- 1/2 tsp
5. Curry leaf- 7 to 8
6. Spring onion (chopped)- 2 tbs
7. Tomato (chopped)- 1/2 cup
8. Paneer- 1 cup
9. Green chilly- 2
10. Garlic- 2 cloves

Procedure:


Soak the rice in water for half an hour. Meanwhile make small cubes of the paneer. In a pan heat 3 tbs oil and add cumin seeds to it. When the seeds start crackling, add the curry leaves. Let them get fried for few seconds. When they change the color, add the paneer cubes and fry them on medium flame. Add the green chilly, chopped garlic and sprinkle salt. When the paneer cubes start turning brown add the spring onion and tomato. Just fry it for a couple of seconds or a minute and turn off the heat. Do not over fry the tomatoes as they will start to melt. 
In a separate pan heat 2 tbs oil and add the drained rice to it. Fry the rice till the water evaporates. Add some water. The water level should be just at the same level of the rice. Add some salt and cover the pan. Let the rice get cooked over medium flame. 


When the rice is almost done, turn off the flame and add the paneer mixture to the rice. Mix well and serve the rice hot.

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20 comments:

  1. luks delicious...perfect treat for winters

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  2. Love paneer pulao! but never heard of adding spring onions to it! will try it out. :)
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  3. Paneer pulao looks very tasty.
    Sent in my entry dear. Pls check.

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  4. Agreed, pulao is the easiest fragrant rice to make any time :)

    I want some of yours now :)))

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  5. Delicious looking pulao, simply lovely!

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  6. the new pot looks good and the pulav rec rocks.
    Love Ash.

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  7. Haha thanks Ash...I guess u hv recognized the pot ;)

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  8. This paneer pulau looks yummy! I loved the presentation and the recipe sounds delicious!

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  9. Paneer pulao is my daughter's favorite...Like your version.

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  10. So simple to make..Looks vibrant & inviting ;)
    Prathima rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. easy, delicious and nutritious pulav

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  12. Panner pulao is def for veh lovers...Happy New year!!

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