Thursday, December 30, 2010

Mutton Pulao

Mutton Pulao is the cousin for mutton biriyani.It has low spice level but high in flavors.My H is a very big fan of mutton biriyani,but since he is recovering from illness,I dont want to give him full spices.This dish came handy as it has less spices.My friend ,sho introduced me this dish and it came really well.An easy recipe ,give it a try ,it wud become ur family's fav...


Ingredients:
0.Basmati Rice   -            2 cups
1.Mutton             -           1 pound
2.Onion              -            2
3.Green chillies  -           5
4.G&G paste       -           1 tbsp
4(a).Coriander pwdr        2 tsp
5.Mint leaves      -            1 cup
6.Cilantro            -            1 cup
7.Coconut milk    -             1 cup

For Seasoning :
1.Cinnamons sticks  -         1
2.Cloves                  -         5
3.Bay leaves            -          2
4.Fennel seeds         -          1 tsp
5.Ghee                     -           2 tbsp

Method:
* Pressure cook the mutton for 2 whistles,with half tbsp of G&G paste and salt.
* Take it out and separate the mutton from the stock.
* Wash and soak the basmati rice for 15 mins.
* Fry it in the ghee for 3 mins and keep it aside.
* Take a pressure pan ,add ghee,splutter with all the seasoning ingredients ,except ghee.
* Now add chopped onion,slit green chillies and sprinkle some salt.
* When it oozes out oil,add the G&G paste and mix well.
* Now ,add the coriander pwdr,mint leaves,coriander leaves and mix well.When it,looses its raw smell,add the cooked mutton.
* Scald it well.Now add the coconut milk and 3 cups of mutton stock (totally 4 cups) ,and bring it to boil.We can also avoid coconut milk and add the mutton stock alone,but the total is to be always 4 cups for 2 cups of rice.
* Now add the fried basmati rice and pressure cook for 1 whistle and turn it to low for 15 mins.
* Turn it off and transfer it to another bowl and garnish with cilantro.
* Serve it with raitha.

13 comments:

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious rice looks fabulous

coolblogger said...

whtz G&G paste?? Ginger&garlic or some brand name? Pulao sounds deliciuos

savitha ramesh said...

Thanks for ur comments ....
@ Cool blogger,G&G paste is home made ginger garlic paste dear........

Swathi said...

Mutton pulao looks delicious. i love that separated each grain of rice.

Shanavi said...

Savi.. Thanks for trying out my recipe..Sure it turned out really yum and great... Pakka click..

Pushpa said...

Mutton pulav is flavorful and yummy.

Reva said...

easy recipe and a wonderful click...thanks for sharing.
Reva

Smita Srivastava said...

A very Happy new year to you n ur family , loved going thru ur wonderful blog !!!

- Smita
www.littlefoodjunction.blogspot.com
(fun foods for little eaters

Priya said...

Wishing u a happy and prosperous new year to u and ur family..delectable and tempting pulao, looks absolutely divine..

Jay said...

This one s a keeper..bookmarked..
My Heartiest Wishes for 2011..:)
Tasty appetite

Torviewtoronto said...

happy new year

aipi said...

Have a great n prosperous 2011 dear Savitha!!
Pulao looks great!


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asiya omar said...

wow!what a click !

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