Wash the rice and soak it in water for about 30 minutes.
Chop the onion and slit the green chillies lengthwise.
In a pressure cooker, add the oil and when it is hot add cinnamon stick, cloves, whole cardamom and bay leaf. Fry for a while. Add chopped onion, slit green chillies, chopped garlic and ginger. Fry till onion turn glossy. Add green peas and fry for few seconds. Drain the water completely from the soaked rice and add it now. Gently turn the rice and stir fry till it is very hot to touch. Add 4 cups of water along with a teaspoon of lemon juice and salt. Stir well. Close with lid and pressure cook for 3 to 4 whistles.
Can be served with any spicy kurma and onion raita.
Note: Instead of fresh ginger and garlic pieces, ginger garlic paste can also be used. But to keep the flavour of ginger and garlic to minimum, I used fresh ginger and garlic. Also I cooked it for 4 whistles to get the pulav very soft. If you want to get rice grains separated and firm, then reduce the water quantity to 3 and half cups and cook for 3 whistles,
May your life be as bright as this Kolam. Tamil New Year is on 14th April 2010. Even though it has been changed to the first day of Tamil Month of “Thai” (Pongal Day) as per Government orders, there is no change in the mind set of most of the […]
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Can you please say the recipe for making garam masala powder & fried rice kamala madam?
I never tried making garam masala powder at home, since I use very little garam masala in my cooking. Fried Rice – will soon post the recipe.
i want to know the Pongal receipe could you provide me the same.
I assume you are asking for Ven Pongal recipe. Please check it here http://www.kamalascorner.com/breakfast/ven-pongal.html
Eagerly waiting for ur fried rice recipe madam. I am daily trying one by one your chutney recipe everything comes very good and my husband appreciates me a lot now a days. All your recipe ingredients are easily available at home and method is very simple also. Your instant bonda recipe came out very very well and kids liked it a lot. thank you for sharing ur recipes madam.
Thank you Radhika for your kind words. Will try to post the fried rice recipe shortly.
I tried this pullav. It came out well thank u mam i got a good name from my mother-in-law. Thank u so much also i tried ur andhra dhal masiyal it also came out wel
I have tried this recipie n it came very well. Excellent and simple presentation.All the best wishes