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This was beeeeautiful! I increased the servings to 4, I soaked the rice for about 20 minutes before using. It was delicious hot and superb cold... this is certainly going to be used by me veeery often. Thanks Anu!
I really liked this. It was a really yummy pulao, and easy to do. My only quibble is that the rice cooking times were off for me, but otherwise this was gold.
I hate to do this, but this was okay. I did exactly as written and mine turned out "soggy" and bland. It smelled wonderful when I was sauteing the rice with the spices and while it simmered. I'm not sure what happened. I will try to make this again and see how it turns out the 2nd time. I always like to try something twice just incase I missed something the first time. It almost seemed like there was too much water.
I agree with everyone else. This dish smells fabulous and tastes even better. Very simple to do. Just count the cloves you put in so you can fish them out--not so lovely to bite into one.
This turned out magnificent. My honey and I ate it all up. Will do again.
That is the perfect title for this recipe..."Aromatic"! My kids thought I was making some sort of baked good, it smells devine! Had this last night with curry chicken and roti. Thanks for the wonderful recipe Anu! :)
This is a really easy and tasty recipe. After saute-ing the rice with the onions and the spices, I cooked the mixture in a rice cooker with the right amount of water. It turned out great.
Great. Very nice way to use up veggies on hand. I also added a little chopped capsicum which I had. Easy to make. I doubled the recipe and ate the entire thing with yoghurt alongside;)
Lovely recipe Anu, I use all ingredients in the pulao I make except that I use ginger-garlic paste and use a chicken/vegetable stock cube instead of the salt. I saute them with the onions I also add some chopped coriander leaves as garnish (I sometimes add it before cooking too for a differece in flavour. :)Fay