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Mango Mint Pulav

Ingredients:
Basmati Rice - 1 cup
Raw Mango (chopped) - 1/4 cup
Carrots (chopped) - 1/4 cup
Green Peas - 1/4 cup
Cashews - 5
Butter or Oil - 2 tbsp
Salt

Cilantro/Coriander leaves - 1/4 cup
Mint/Pudina leaves - 1/4 cup
Green Chillies - 5

Bay Leaf - 1
Cloves/Long/Lavang - 4
Cinnamon/Dalchini - small piece

Method:
1. Chop raw mango and peeled carrots into bite sized pieces.  Wash rice 3 - 4 times with water and keep it aside.
2. Grind cilantro, mint and green chillies with 1/2 cup water to a fine paste.
3. Heat about 1 tbsp butter and 1 tbsp oil in a pressure cooker.  Add bay leaf, cloves and cinnamon.  After few minutes, add diced mangoes, carrots and peas.  Saute for 3 - 5 minutes.
4. Add drained rice, cashews and saute for a couple of minutes.  Add the ground paste, 1 cup water, salt and mix well.  Pressure cook to one whistle.  Let the pressure in the cooker drop down naturally (15 - 20 minutes) before opening the lid.
5. Mix the pulav and serve with raita.

Comments

  1. Thats a nice combo .... I bet it taste DELICIOUS

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  2. Addition of mango is very interesting....loved the idea.....must be very tasty...

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  3. delicious mix of flavors. pulao looks so inviting.

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  4. really a yummy pulav...

    Regards,
    Akila

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  5. Woww mango & mint, together works out wonder na, very beautiful combo..

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  6. Using raw mango in pulav is something really new, but am sure must have been really good...

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  7. Interesting combo..sounds so delicious and wonderful

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  8. beautiful combo, flavourful rice, great

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