Potato pulao recipe, how to make aloo pulao

Jeyashris kitchen
Wed, 15 Aug 2018 12:23:17 +0000
Potato pulao recipe, a simple one pot pulao recipe with potato and mint leaves and does not involve any grinding process. A perfect bachelor friendly mint flavored aloo pulao, makes a perfect lunch box recipe or a weeknight dinner. We as a family are a big fan of one pot meal and so i make some combo for lunch box or on a weeknight for dinner. If you do not want potato in this recipe, replace with green peas or other veggies according to your choice. I have posted my meal on Instagram few days back and  mentioned that i will post the recipe of the same soon. Follow #Jeyashriskitchenlunch on instagram to see my lunch platter. I have already posted Chettinad style small potato biryani, with includes a slightly elaborate process. Learn how to make aloo pulao, a simple one pot meal in a pressure cooker. Also check out my Vegetable biryani in pressure cooker  Chutney pulao Potato pulao recipe Recipe Cusine: Indian Prep Time: 15 Minutes Cook time: 15 Minutes Serves: 2-3 Author: Jeyashri Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner Description: Potato pulao recipe, a simple one pot pulao recipe with potato and mint leaves and does not involve any grinding process.      Basmati rice 1 cup      Potato  1 (medium size)      Mint leaves  one handful     Onion  1     Chaat masala 1 tblsp     Oil + ghee  1 tblsp     Green chili  1-2     Salt  as needed  Method : Soak the basmati rice in 1 and 1/4 cup water for 15 minutes. While the rice is getting soaked, you can cut the veggies.  Chop the mint leaves finely and slit the green chilis. Peel the skin of the potatoes and chop them into cubes. No need to boil them. Cut the onion into thin slices. In a pressure cooker add the oil and ghee. Add in the green chili and onions.  Saute the onions till they become translucent. Add in the chopped mint leaves. Saute for a minute. Add the cubed potatoes.  Mix well.  Add salt and chaat masala. As chaat masala has salt in it, add salt accordingly.  Mix well and add the basmati rice along with the water. Cover the pressure cooker. Pressure cook for one whistle and keep in the lowest flame for 5 minutes. Switch off the flame.  Let the pressure release naturally. Open the cooker and fluff the rice with a fork.  Serve hot with any raita of your choice.  I just mixed some boondis with fresh home made yogurt and added some salt and sugar.  We had it for a week night dinner.  Notes: Instead of potatoes you can replace it with any veggies of you choice. Mint leaves can be replaced with coriander leaves.  If you have time, make some ginger garlic paste and add while adding the onions. Potato pudina pulao tastes well even if it is packed for lunch box.      Method with step by step pictures : Soak the basmati rice in 1 and 1/4 cup water for 20 minutes. While the rice is getting soaked, you can cut the veggies.  Chop the mint leaves finely and slit the green chilis. Peel the skin of the potatoes and chop them into cubes. No need to boil them. Cut the onion into thin slices. In a pressure cooker add the oil and ghee. Add in the green chili and onions.  Saute the onions till they become translucent. Add in the chopped mint leaves. Saute for a minute. Add the cubed potatoes.  Mix well.  Add salt and chaat masala. As chaat masala has salt in it, add salt accordingly.  Mix well and add the basmati rice along with the water. Cover the pressure cooker. Pressure cook for one whistle and keep in the lowest flame for 5 minutes. Switch off the flame.  Let the pressure release naturally. Open the cooker and fluff the rice with a fork.  Serve hot with any raita of your choice.  I just mixed some boondis with fresh home made yogurt and added some salt and sugar.  We had it for a week night dinner.  Notes: Instead of potatoes you can replace it with any veggies of you choice. Mint leaves can be replaced with coriander leaves.  If you have time, make some ginger garlic paste and add while adding the onions. Potato pudina pulao tastes well even if it is packed for lunch box.     
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