Monday, March 04, 2013

How to make Kashmiri Pulav? / Pulao Recipes / My Guest Post @ Love2cook Malaysia:

Jayanthy Kumaran | 20:52 | | | |
My Guest Post @ Love2cook Malaysia:

Kashmiri Pulao



Helo my dear  Friends..!

Good Morning & wishing you all a wonderful day..:)
Today, I had the privilege of being a guest blogger on my lovely friend,  Sri’s  Love2cook Malaysia,  blog . !  

Sri is amazing and I was so thrilled to be asked to make a guest post in her space!   She has a great blog, with all about our favorite recipes & with exquisite presentation.  I have been a big fan of her blog & inviting clicks. 

And if you haven’t already checked her space, 
pop over to  “ Love2cook Malaysia”   to read my guest post about 
"Kashmiri  Pulav"  recipe. 
Kashmiri  Pulav  is a very tempting pulav, which is packed with spices, golden roasted cashew nuts & raisins and it tastes mild & sweet. And no doubt a very healthy option for kids.


Kasmiri Pulao


Ingredients:

·      Basmati Rice               - 1 ½ cups
·      Saffron strands             - ¼ tsp
·      Milk                             - ½ cup
·      Water                          - 2 cups
·      Ghee or butter              - 2 to 3 tbsp
·      Cashew                       - 6 to 8
·      Raisins                       - 10
·      Cardamom                  - 2 pods
·      Cinnamon                   - 2
·      Mace / Javitri              - 1
·      Cloves                        - 2 to 3
·      Sugar                         - ½ tsp
·      Onion slices                - 3 to 4 tbsp
·      Pomegranate seeds     - 2 to 3 tbsp
·      Salt to taste

Method:

1.   Wash and soak the Basmati rice for 5 to 10 mins.
2.   Soak the strands of saffron in milk, until the milk turns light orange.
3.   Heat a small pan and add 1 tbsp ghee to it.
4.   Roast cashew and raisins to golden.

5.   Strain the soaked rice and keep the water aside.
6.   In a large wide pan, heat ghee or butter.
7.   Add the whole spices, cardamom, cinnamon, mace and cloves.
8.   Add sugar and sauté for a minute in low medium flame.
9.   Add the soaked rice and sauté further.

10.Stir very carefully, so as not to break up the rice grains.
11.Now add the water and saffron milk to the rice.

12.Add salt and pressure cook this in a medium flame.

13.Once done, fluff the rice gently, without mashing up the grains. This helps in uniform mixing of saffron color and flavorings.

14.Thinly slice the onions and fry them till golden brown and crisp in low flame.

15.Add the roasted onion slices, cashew nuts & raisins to the Pulao.
16.Mix in very gently.
Kashmiri Pulao

17.Garnish with pomegranate seeds.
18.Lipsmacking Kashmiri Pulao is ready
19.Serve with any spicy gravy & raitha of your choice.

My Notes:
·      You may also add fresh paneer in the pulao.
·      Also slices of pine apple and grapes, can be added for garnishing.

Kashmiri Pulao


Once again, a super big thank you  Sri  for inviting me to guest post ..:)

Here’s the link to my guest post for her ! 

Hope you enjoy it ..!!
Have a nice day..:) 
Jay

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35 comments:

  1. Totally drooling here !!! This looks amazing :)

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  2. Colorful, splendid and incredibly attractive and appealing.

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  3. I need that colorful, inviting plate for sure ! Yummy !!!
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  4. looks absolutely amazing... yummy plate of goodness!!!

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  5. Looks great
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  6. Delicious pulao, love to try it Jay. I will hop over the other blog to get the recipe.

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  7. Wow!!! This pulao looks very delicious and great pic too...

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  8. Hi Jay, excellent guest post. This pulao look very appetizing.

    Have a nice day.

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  9. Fantabulous kashmiri pulao Jay. Fingerlicking good

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/sunday-special-mutton-curry-robibarer.html

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  10. Thanks for your wonderful wishes friends...keep trying the recipes..:)

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  11. This is so good and pictures are inviting me, loved it.

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  12. looks super delicious.

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  13. Thank you very much for a fabulous guest post dear Jay. It's an honour and privilege to have you at my space. God bless your kind heart sweetie. It's me who have been admiring your work from the time I knew your space. Keep blogging dear...all the best to you ;)

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  14. Saw ur guest post Jay,mindblowing guest post dear,kudos to u both.

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  15. mouthwatering and delicious..

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  16. lovely photos :) just drolling !

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  17. That looks so appetizing Jay :) Looks so so yummilicious and delectable!! :)

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  18. lovely color an dwant to grab whole plate

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  19. Wow....pulao looks so yummy....:-)

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  20. I love her space ...trusted baking recipes and beautiful pictures to match with...
    This colorful pulao looks so tempting..

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  21. hi jay, congrats on your guest post success. have a nice day

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  22. Thank you dearies for your valued comments & suggestions. Your feedback encourages me a lot..:)

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  23. Attractive and lovely presentation...
    yummy pulao !!

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  24. Wow! loving it,looks awesome.

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  25. Yumm....very tasty and lip smacking dish.

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  26. jumping on my dictionary to find a better word than Fabulous!!!! this is sooooooo fabulous... love the color!!! bookmarked
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  27. loved the suttle mild luk of the pulav. sure, kids will love it. happy to follow ur space. do visit mine as well

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  28. Hi Jay, just got here frm ur guest post at love2cook malaysia, pulao looks awesome.
    I'm ur new follower, do visit my space in ur free time.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  29. It looks yumm! And the pics are amazing making them look all the more delectable. :)

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  30. looks so yummm!! will try it out soon...

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  31. The pulao looks delicious. Hopefully will try it out soon...Sunday special maybe :)

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