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Kashmiri Pulao

Kashmiri Pulao is  mild and sweet, it is one of the easiest pulao recipes. Pulao is garnished with both dry fruits and fresh fruits.

Ingredient

  • 3 cups / 600 gm Basmati rice, washed
For the stock
  • 15 cups / 3 lt water
  • 6 large bones from the leg of lamb
  • 5 Buy leaves (tej patta)
  • 15 Black cardamoms (badi elachi)
  • 4 Cinnamom (dalchini) sticks, 2 each
  • 2-1/2 tbsp / 10 gm Fennel (moti sauf) seeds
  • Salt to taste
  • 1-1/2 cups / 180 gm onions, sliced, fried until brown, drained
  • ¾ tbsp. / 4-1/2 Black cumic(kala jeera) seeds
  • 7 Green cardamons (choti elachi)
  • ½ cup / 100 gm Ghee

Direction

  • For the stock bring all the ingredients (except the onion) to the boil in a deep pan, Lower heat cover and continue to boil for 15-18 minutes. Now add the browned onions and boil for another 5 minutes. Remove from heat and keep aside to cool. Strain the stock through a muslin cloth to get 7 cups stock. Add more water, if required.
  • Bring the strained stock to boil in a deep pan; add the rice, black cumin, seeds and green cardamoms bring the maximum back to the boil, then reduce heat and cook until the rice is ¾ done.
  • Heat the ghee in another pan; pour in the rice mixture. Cover the pan with a tight lid and cook on very low heat until the rice is just right.
  • 3 cups / 600 gm Basmati rice, washed
For the stock
  • 15 cups / 3 lt water
  • 6 large bones from the leg of lamb
  • 5 Buy leaves (tej patta)
  • 15 Black cardamoms (badi elachi)
  • 4 Cinnamom (dalchini) sticks, 2 each
  • 2-1/2 tbsp / 10 gm Fennel (moti sauf) seeds
  • Salt to taste
  • 1-1/2 cups / 180 gm onions, sliced, fried until brown, drained
  • ¾ tbsp. / 4-1/2 Black cumic(kala jeera) seeds
  • 7 Green cardamons (choti elachi)
  • ½ cup / 100 gm Ghee
  • For the stock bring all the ingredients (except the onion) to the boil in a deep pan, Lower heat cover and continue to boil for 15-18 minutes. Now add the browned onions and boil for another 5 minutes. Remove from heat and keep aside to cool. Strain the stock through a muslin cloth to get 7 cups stock. Add more water, if required.
  • Bring the strained stock to boil in a deep pan; add the rice, black cumin, seeds and green cardamoms bring the maximum back to the boil, then reduce heat and cook until the rice is ¾ done.
  • Heat the ghee in another pan; pour in the rice mixture. Cover the pan with a tight lid and cook on very low heat until the rice is just right.

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