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Monday, June 25, 2012

Tomato-peas-pulao-pilaf-recipe  
      I struggled a lot to get this tomato pulao correct. So I used to make this tomato rice or this tomato bath. Then I gave up making it for a while after few disasters. Then now a days found the knack to make. The key is to make with less water. This one is my kid’s favourite. This can be a perfect lunch box variety rice too. Tastes great even with a simple onion raita and some fryums/vadam.
Tomato-pulao-pilaf-recipe

Tomato pulao recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch
Prep Time: 30 mins    |  Cook time: 25 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients


Basmati rice  1 cup 
Tomato  2 
Onion  1 
ginger garlic paste(optional)  1/2 tsp 
Green peas  1/4 cup 
Turmeric  1/8 tsp 
Garam masala  1/2 tsp 
Red chilli powder  3/4 tsp 
Green chilli  2 
Coriander leaves  2 tblsp 

To temper

Oil + Ghee 2 tblsp
Elachi 1
Cinnamon 1 piece
Clove 1
Bay leaf 1

Method

  1. Soak basmati rice for at least 1 hour. Chop tomatoes finely, slice onion and slit green chillies. Heat a pressure cooker with oil,ghee and temper with the items given under ‘To temper’ table. Add green chillies, onions and fry till onion turns transparent.  Add ginger garlic paste, green peas and fry for a minute. Then add tomatoes. 1-tomato-rice
  2. Add salt, turmeric, masala powder and red chilli powder. Fry till the tomatoes turn mushy. 2-tomato-rice
  3. Drain the soaked rice and add it. Fry for a minute and add 1 cup of water, coriander leaves. Bring to boil and pressure cook until 2 whistles in low flame. 3-tomatorice

Notes

  • Soaking as much as possible will give soft rice.
  • Pressure cook in low or medium flame to avoid burning at the bottom. I usually keep lowest possible flame and cook for long time even without giving whistle.
  • Ginger garlic paste is optional and you can replace it with 3-4 chopped  garlic.
  • You can add jeera or fennel, curry leaves when you temper.
  • You can also add 8- 10 mint leaves while you fry onion.

You can top with a tsp of ghee and mix well when you open the cooker. Serve with any raita or mild kurma. We had with mixed vegetable kurma, baby corn golden fries, curd rice and appalam :)

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62 comments:

  1. wow, looking yummy. I too make the same way but i dont garam masala.. Nice clicks as always..

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  2. Looks super super delicious.

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  3. Yummy and colorful pulao.

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  4. looks perfectly done!

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  5. very nicely cooked pulav,loved the separate grainy texture on the plate..:)

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  6. Tangy and yummy rice variety

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  7. very nice will try this shortly :) looking out for various lunch box ideas for my! He is picky eater kind so these recipes wil be of great help to me

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  8. yummy tomato pulao, very easy and quick preparation...perfect for lunch box! inviting clicks!!
    Spicy Treats

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  9. I have not made tomato pulao, looks so delicious. The step by step presentation is very helpful. Will try it.

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  10. so easy and delicious!

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  11. Finally u got it!Nicely done and neatly presented

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  12. Tomato pulao sounds tangy and interesting!I make my vegetable pulao in a similar fashion,got to try with tomatoes!

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  13. Super flavorful tomato pulav.....

    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  14. wow... drooling here....:)

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  15. Looks so yummy n luv the long basmati pics, nicely done Raji...

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  16. Such a flavourful and delicious pulao! loved it!

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  17. Very flavorful and yummy pulao..

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  18. wow very yummy and vibrant looking rice

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  19. I wont mind having this super flavourful pulao even everyday.

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  20. looks delicious Raji...rice grains are separated and perfectly cooked :).Me / Bala ;) does it until there is almost ntg left in the tomato and then adds the rice and water,then pressure cooks :)

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  21. Good looking Tomato-peas rice, perfectly dome, I just posted my pudina-peas pulav today.

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  22. sounds flavorful & yumm
    excellent cliks..

    Tasty Appetite

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  23. Very nice pictures and looks very yummy too Raks

    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  25. thats a tempting plate there :) bookmarking this !


    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Healthy Diet - Sandwiches

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  26. I made this pulao and it turns awesome,
    Thanks a lot Rajeshwari...

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  29. Is 1 cup water enough for 1 cup basmati rice? generally while making pulavs,i add 1 3/4 cup of water... Looks really delicious.. will try in the week end..

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  30. For this pulav, one cup is enough, as we are slow cooking and also there is moisture from tomato. Otherwise it turns mushy

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  31. Yeah.. tried today with 1 cup water.. came out so well... thanx...

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  32. shit saw ur last commment now...the pullav is in progress with 2 n 1/2 cups of water..:(

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  33. I followed the same steps with one cup water and came out very well. Thanks.

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  34. I tried and it came out well, doing a good work, it helps me:-)

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  35. I tried it, came out well.Great site:-)

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  36. luks yummy............ awe some recipe

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  37. Perfect recipe :) Tried this out last night..It was sooooo good..

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  38. I followed this recipe , came out well , everyone at home liked it

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  39. Tried this today , came out very well thankyou

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  40. you have not mentioned about salt.... arent we suppose to add salt in this recipe?? please reply..... thanks

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    1. It has to be added in the second step. It is there in the second step, but forgot to mention in the ingredients list, sorry, will update!

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  41. Thanks for this website, its perfect, colourful images and well written and explained methods and best of all excellent yummy recipies!! Keep up the good work for us who love to eat!

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  42. i tried and it really came out yummy...... making it for my son's 3rd birthday party :)

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  43. Thanks so much ..... I love tomato rice and everytime i tried it was a disaster tooo :( ...... but after seeing ur website i wanted to try for one last time and believe me i loved it and making it for my son'
    s 3rd bday party :) ..... thnx so much for sharing in such a simple and awsome way..... the pics are so yummy anyone will for sure feel like trying the recipe :-) .......

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  44. i tried and it really came out yummy...... making it for my son's 3rd birthday party :)

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  45. is it 1 cup water for 1 cup rice? will it not burn? i use 2cups for 1 cup rice. Please clarify the measurements for pressure cook

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    1. Cook in lowest flame, it wont burn.

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  46. wonderful recipe....but used soyachunks instead of peas....came out well...

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  47. Wonderful recipe. I had made this for my family and our friends turned up suddenly and shared it with us. I had made this a few weeks ago and till now our friend is raving about the dish and has requested me to make it for him once already. Now he wants me to make it for their friend as a gift too. It felt tedious to soak the rice for an hour to make the dish but, the softness of the rice finally has been wonderful. Awesome job.

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