Friday, 22 May 2009

Methi Pulao

Methi(fenugreek leaves) 2 cups
Onions(sliced) 2 nos.
Green chilies(chopped) 2 nos.
Fresh corn kernels 1 ½ cup
Basmati rice 1 ¾ cups
Ginger 2 one inch
Yogurt ¾ cup
Bay leaves 2 nos.
Green cardamom 4 nos.
Cloves 4 nos.
Large cardomoms 3 nos.
Black peppercorn 8 nos.
Water 3 ¼ cups.
Oil 3 tbsp

1.Clean the methi leaves, wash them and chop them. Add 1 tsp. salt and set
aside for 1/2 hour. Squeeze dry and wash again and set aside.
2.Peel and chop ginger finely. Wash and soak the rice for 1/2 an hour.
3.Boil the corn in water with lemon juice till tender. Drain and keep aside.
4.Heat oil in a thick bottom pan. Add bay leaves, green cardamon, large
cardamon, cloves and black peppercorn. When they start to crackle, add onions
and fry for 5 minutes. Add sliced ginger and green chilies. Add methi and fry for 5
more minutes. Stir in yogurt and cook for 2-3 minutes.
5.Add cooked corn, and water and bring to boil. Add the drained rice, cover and
cook on slow heat for about 8-10 minutes or till rice is completely cooked.
6.Serve hot garnished with sliced tomatoes.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Did you like this recipe?


Blog Widget by LinkWithin

About This Blog

First of all thanks for visiting my blog.Spiceland means the land of spices that is India.Even after travelling across various places in the world I find Indian Food the most delicious among all.The reason behind writing this blog is not only to share my favourite recipes with other foodies like me but also I see it as my personal CookeryBook in which I have stored the recipes with the perfect procedures with the images.I own a recipeblog doent mean that I am a chef or expert in cooking,I still assume myself a beginner cook.The recipes mentioned in the blog are inspired by my loving mom who is the Greatest cook in the world and are blend of North Indian,Maharashtrian,South Indian since I belong to these various places in India.Hope you are enjoying your tour to Spiceland.Feel free to comment any suggestions on Spiceland Recipes.

  © Blogger templates ProBlogger Template by 2008

Back to TOP