Thursday, June 27, 2013

Broccoli Peas Pulao using Coconut Milk / Broccoli Peas Coconut Milk Pulao

Like Potato we love Broccoli and often make recipes with it. My kids like to munch Stir fried broccoli , baked broccoli, Roasted Broccoli or simply blanched n salted one as such. This is all because of my repetitive cooking recipes with Broccoli for the blog. So a big thanks to this blogging world. Now my friends named my family as " Broccoli Family" :)
Have tried/experimented more recipes with Broccoli & here's One more addition to my Broccoli Recipes, Broccoli Peas Pulao using Coconut Milk. This is very simple pulao with bursting flavors n taste. The combo of whole Garam Masala, coconut milk & Broccoli turned out so good and very aromatic pulao i ever made. I also added a handful of methi leaves which is one more reason for the unique flavor n taste. If u are looking for some exotic recipe with simple preparations n ingredients this is one best recipe. Even person who do not like to eat broccoli will definitely love eating it this way. Now off to the recipe...

Ingredients
  1. Basmati Rice     2 cups
  2. Broccoli    2 medium sized crown, cut into small florets
  3. Peas        1/2 cup (fresh or frozen)
  4. Methi Leaves     1 handful (optional)
  5. Onion    1 big (chopped length wise)
  6. Tomato    2 medium (chopped)
  7. Green chilli     5-6 no.s
  8. Ginger Garlic Paste     1 tbsp
  9. Cilantro      2 tbsp (finely chopped)
  10. Mint leaves    1 tbsp (finely chopped)
  11. Coconut Milk  2 cup (based on rice qty)
  12. Turmeric     a pinch
  13. Salt   to taste
To Temper
  1. Oil      1 and 1/2 tbsp
  2. Shahi Jeera    1/8 tsp
  3. Clove     4 or 5 no.s
  4. Cinnamon    2" stick
  5. Cardamom    3 no.s
  6. Bay leaf    1 no.



Method
Wash n soak basmati rice in enough water, chop broccoli, onions, tomato, chili and make ginger garlic paste, Coconut milk or use canned one and keep everything ready.
Now heat oil in a cooker or pan, add the tempering ingredients, Fry for few seconds then add onions, cilantro and mint leaves n saute for a minute.
After that add ginger garlic paste and saute till raw smell leaves.
And then add tomato and green chilli, stir and saute till the tomatoes turn soft and mushy.
Now add chopped broccoli florets, methi leaves and peas, pinch of turmeric powder and stir fry for 2 minutes.
And then add soaked and drained basmati rice and stir fry the rice with vegetable masala for 2 minutes in medium heat.
Then add coconut milk and enough water(to cook rice- ie, for 2 cups of rice i used 4 cups of water-here i used 2 cup coconut milk and 2 cup water) and enough salt, combine well.
And cook for one whistle or cook with lid closed till rice is done.
Lastly add finely chopped mint and cilantro, fluff the rice gently.
That's it..Aromatic & tasty Broccoli Peas Pulao ready. We had it with Raita & Egg Chilli Fry.
Notes:
You can cook this pulao completely using coconut milk without water or use only water to cook this pulao, either way will taste good.
the same way u can make Methi Peas pulao. 


27 comments:

  1. Super delicious pulav, love the combo....

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  2. it looks yummy dear..no doubt kids will love this

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  3. flavorful pulao.. lovely clicks.. :)

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  4. Awesome clicks.. I am not a great fan of broccoli.. But this platter definitely looks inviting :)

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  5. Omg, you dont have any limit in creative an incredible dish Sangee, pulao looks absolutely fantabulous..

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  6. Aww.. love the colour of the rice. super tempting. I used to prepare cauliflower biryani. but never tried broccoli for its distinct taste.Bookmarking it to do..

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  7. Oh this looks super tempting

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  8. looks so yummy....nice combo in a pulao

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  9. feel the aroma sis and looking delicious

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  10. feel the aroma sis and looking delicious

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  11. delicious and yummy looking broccoli peas puloa :) lovely clicks too :)

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  12. Looks very tempting........broccoli & coconut milk in pulao sounds interesting,a new combo.
    shobha
    www.shobhapink.blogspot.in

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  13. this puloa is very flavourful.... Came out well

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  14. paaps i love brocolli....delicious

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  15. Looks really nice!pass me some pls

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  16. Loved the idea of coconut milk and brocolli in peas pulao.. Really nice recipe Sangeetha.. Lovely presentation too :-)

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  17. wow pulao with egg fry :) i'm coming..

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  18. Super tastee pulao..Epavum pola pics sema.. :)

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  19. I love one pot meals and this looks delish!

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  20. so colorful and yummy ! one pot meals are handy always !

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  21. Pulao looks so colorful and delicious..

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  22. Awesome appealing pulav.. Well clicked pics! :)
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  23. not only pulav....but also roasted egg is simply tempting me...

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  24. It's really a new combo..

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  25. looks so yummy..perfect texture..tempting clicks

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