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30 Minutes Pulao Recipes
Last Updated : Jul 13,2018
A Tasty Pulao, in Just 30 Minutes
On a busy day, we don’t feel like spending too much time in the kitchen. Still our taste buds don’t understand our pressure – they want something tasty to eat! These 30-minute Pulaos will turn out to be really handy for every busy-bee.
You will be pleasantly surprised to note that the 30 minutes includes both preparation time and cooking time. Get things done faster by planning ahead. As the rice soaks and cooks, do other things like chopping the veggies and preparing the masalas. Keep all the spices handy on the kitchen top, so that once your rice is cooked, you can whizz through the cooking process. This will definitely help you save time. Also, keep your pressure cooker in excellent condition, because pressure-cooking your rice speeds things up significantly.
Apart from everyday treats like Vegetable Pulao, Corn Pulao and Spicy Vegetable Pulao, you will be delighted to learn that even delicacies like the Shahi Pulao and Zaffrani Pulao can be readied within 30 minutes! You can also conjure up healthy, protein-packed treats like the Spicy Sprouts Pulao and the Soya Mutter Pulao within this time. When you yearn for a tongue-tickler, try your hand at the Hara Bhara Subz Pulao or Achari Paneer Pulao . Regional delights like the Gatte Ka Pulao and innovative treats like the Pearl Pulao also need just the same old 30 minutes!
Remember to keep a good stock of long-grained rice, so that on even the busiest of days, you can serve up a feast of pulao, pickles and raita to the lovable but hungry family at the table!
Pulao Recipes Under 30 Minutes
After having seen Mughlai
food it is evident that saffron or kesar is a much-loved ingredient that can be used in a number of dishes.
Zaffrani Pulao or saffron rice is simply rice prepared with saffron flavouring. Paneer, cashewnuts and raisins make this preparation a rich delicacy that is easy to prepare and that can be cooked up in a jiffy.
A medley of veggies add colour and flavour to this hot and spicy dish. Brown rice is a storehouse of various nutrients like carbohydrates, protein, vitamin A and iron, and when combined with fibre-rich veggies and a herby green paste, it makes a wholesome and delicious treat. When you have tried this zero-oil, nutrient-dense Hara Bhara Subz Pulao, you will not yearn for the traditional, fat-laden dish any more. Serve with Palak Kadhi
and Papad ki Churi
What would a meal be without a rice dish! this pulao is loaded with yummy sweet corn kernels, and is undoubtedly a favourite with young and old alike.
Bengal gram is abundantly used in Rajasthani
cooking because it grows in plenty in the arid desert conditions. Besan made from Bengal gram is used to make rotis
, gatta, mithai
and also as a thickening agent for kadhi
Gatte ka Pulao is made on festive occasions when plain steamed rice is not served. As vegetables are not available throughout the year, cooked gattas are added to spice up this pulao, which is usually served with kadhi
or plain curds
Paneer, marinated with achari spices like fennel and nigella is tossed together with rice, which is cooked to perfection with typical spices like cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and caraway. This gives the feeling of having a nice pulao with a mild pickle, but it comes in a single package, making it convenient to serve or pack. All you need is a bowl of raita and perhaps a papad to complete this flavourful meal of Achari Paneer Pulao.
A spicy rice delicacy, which makes a perfect main course on days when you find yourself a bit too busy to cook anything elaborate.
All you have to do is temper the brown rice and sprouts with just a spoonful of oil, and let them pressure cook together while you complete other chores.
The whole spices give this Spicy Sprouts Pulao a fantastic aroma and flavour, which makes it unnecessary to prepare an elaborate accompaniment.
Just a cup of chilled, low-fat raita is enough to round off this tasty one-pot meal. Moreover, sprouts are easier to digest and give you abundant calcium, iron and fibre, making this a really wholesome meal too.
A rice delight that is loaded with veggies and flavoured subtly with a fine choice of spices, the Vegetable Pulao is one dish that is famous all over the world. Within India too, it is so popular that there are umpteen versions, ranging from mild to spicy, and it is available in even tiny restaurants and roadside eateries!
This Vegetable Pulao is a Quick Recipe
and easy to make, but very tasty, with the added flavours of ginger, green chillies and garam masala. Prepare it as close to serving time as possible so that the flavours are fresh and strong.
If you don't like your to eat your pulao plain, have it with Makhni Gravy
or Kadhi ( Gujarati Recipe)
With a unique flavour that is sweet and pungent, baby onions fit beautifully into this flavoursome pulao. An assortment of spices ranging from cardamom to cloves work along with the onions to give the Pearl Pulao a mind-blowing flavour, while the generous use of fresh cream and cheese give it an awesomely rich texture, which caresses your palate. Guaranteed to delight if served hot and fresh!
Serve with Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables in Butter
and Parsley and Garlic Loaf
for a satiating meal.
Have you ever wondered how common ingredients result in a wide range of delectable dishes when cooked smartly with varied cooking techniques and in balanced proportions? here is an example to prove this point. The spicy vegetable pulao features a common blend of veggies and everyday spices, yet the outcome so delicious, you will want to make it more than once a week!
Unbelievably tasty yet easy to prepare, the Soya Mutter Pulao is a wholesome treat that your entire family will love. It features an interesting combination of soya chunks and green peas, which contrast each other well in appearance, flavour and texture too. While the pulao does feature the standard assortment of spices, it also has the added benefit of a chilli-garlic paste, which imparts a trendy flavour to this sumptuous meal.
The presence of the word Shahi always hints at the richness of a recipe.
Indeed, the Shahi Pulao is a dish that is loaded with spices, veggies and a horde of other ingredients, which give it a memorable flavour and texture.
While an assortment of spices including saffron and caraway seeds gives this rice preparation a rich aroma, taste and hue, veggies, pineapple and paneer give it a wonderful range of textures.
Pineapple also gives the dish a juicy tanginess, which you are sure to enjoy. Self-contained with myriad flavours, this one-dish meal
can be served with just a bowl of curds
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