Methi Pulav

Methi pulav cooked in electric rice cooker

Methi Pulav

Methi pulav cooked in electric rice cooker

Category : Vegetarian, Rice

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By Vaishnavi Lakshmi

Published On: 27 Dec 2006

Rating: 5
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

In a electric rice cooker, take oil and ghee.

Step 2

Close the lid and set ur rice cooker to cook and wait until the oil-ghee gets heated and the cooker setting comes to warm.

Step 3

Put the lid aside and add cloves, bay leaves, cardamom powder, cinnamon stick, fennel seeds and saute for 1 minute until nice aroma comes.

Step 4

Add onions and green chillies and change the cooker setting to cook.

Step 5

Close it with lid and wait until the cooker setting turns to warm.

Step 6

Add chopped methi leaves, ginger-garlic paste and stir well.

Step 7

Turn the setting to cook, close
the lid and cook until it turns to warm.

Step 8

:- Once the methi is cooked, u will notice a nice aroma out of the combination of methi, spices and gingergarlic paste.

Step 9

Add vegetables and stir well.

Step 10

Change the setting to cook, close the lid and cook until cooker turns to warm.

Step 11

Add rice and salt and stir well.

Step 12

Add water and lime juice.

Step 13

Close the lid, change the setting to cook and cook until done.

Step 14

:- U can cook this in a heavy bottomed pan or pressure cooker. But i prefer electric rice cooker to cut down on oil and ghee.

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Radha Karthic

Hi I was very much impressed with your recipe. This one is so easy to make and it turned out very well. Me and my husband enjoyed eating this pulav. Cheers for such a Good and Easy recipe.

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