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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

corn-pulav-recipe
          I had corn pulav/ corn pulao/ corn pilaf only 2-3 times before. In buffet and once in flight. I loved it both the times. It was very simple to look at,  yet had wonderful taste. Even Aj loved it when he has it with some dal in the flight and with aloo palak in the buffet once. So I had a thought of trying it since last year when I travelled to India, now after almost an year, now only I triedTongue. It came out very well and corn is always my boy’s favourite. So he enjoyed it. You can make this corn pulav for even your lunch box and pair it with something like dal makani, rajma masala or even palak paneer or aloo palak ~ it makes a hearty meal!


corn-pulao-recipe

Corn pulav recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch
Prep Time: 30 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients

Basmati rice  2 cups 
Sweet Corn, Frozen  1 cup 
Green chilli  2 
Milk (optional)  1/2 cup 
Water  2 cups 
Mint leaves  10 
Coriander leaves  2 tblsp 
Salt  as needed 

 

To grind

Garlic 5
Ginger A small piece
Pepper, (black, whole) 1 tsp
Cinnamon 1 small stick
Cloves 2
Cashew 5-7

 

To temper


Oil + ghee 3 tblsp
Bay leaves 1
Elachi 2



Method

  1. I used frozen corn, if you are using the fresh sweet corn, first separate the kernels. Wash and keep aside. Soak the rice for at least 20 mins. Grind the items under ‘To grind’ table with little water to a smooth paste.1-corn
  2. Heat a pressure cooker with oil and temper with bay leaves and elachi followed by slit chillies. Add the ground paste and fry for 2 minutes in medium flame and let the raw smell go away.3-corn
  3. Add the corn and fry for another 2 minutes in medium flame. Add little salt for the corn. Add the milk and water, bring to boil.2-corn
  4. Add salt, mint leaves, coriander leaves and rice. When it starts boiling, check for salt and reduce the flame to lowest possible and cook for 12-15 minutes.4-corn

Notes

    • You can add onions in the recipe, I wanted to make it simple so dint add.
    • Milk gives a sweet richness, but you can replace it with coconut milk or water too.
    • If you cant reduce the flame much in your stove, you can cook this same with different water ratio. If the flame is higher, then you may need more water.So experiment with your water ratio.

We had it with Paneer butter masala Batting Eyelashes Simple superb combination !!Happy

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51 comments:

  1. Wowwww.... Delicious and healthy pulao.. Looks colorful :)

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  2. lovely raks ! even my favourite :P

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  3. yummy!!!!...lovely clicks as always :)

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  4. simple n flavourful recipe...

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  5. Looks delicious,colourful and flavourful

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  6. looks really yummy :-)

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  7. Simple recipe...looks very nice

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  8. Love the beautiful corn in the perfectly cooked rice!!! picture perfect
    Sowmya
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  9. A perfect one to pack for kids lunch box and an easy and nice one to make for parties with PBM.

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  10. this looks absolutely gorgeous...

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  11. Delicious pulov,wonderful combo:)

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  12. awesome and drooling recipe

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  13. Simple yet flavorful..Very inviting...Neat presentation as always..Love the way you present each post in such a clean & precise way..
    Prathima Rao
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  14. Wow! Lovely corn pulao. Looks delicious!

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  15. Killer combo, cant take my eyes from that last click.

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  16. Delicious and tempting recipe.
    Deepa

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  17. just one word Amazing ......pic and the rice.perfect.

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  18. Such pulav's are life saving. They get whipped up in minutes & satisfy the family needs too.

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  19. Yu yum ..love the simple rice

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  20. Am sure kids will love the yellow gems in their rice..will try it for my son..

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  21. Yummy yummy, am a lover of corn.Looks very tasty.

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  22. simple and delicious rice..nice combo

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  23. Real simple, delicious and rich pulao

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  24. Hi I loved it.
    I would like to make a small correction in your step wise presentation. You have written it as to grind the ingredients under "to temper" but I think you have actually grinded the other ingredients.
    Kindly correct it

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    1. Yeah its by mistake, will correct it, thanks a lot for the mention.

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  25. yummilicious and healthy pulao.

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  26. I did it today for lunch and it was awesome.. I replaced green chutney for sandwiches which was the only source I had for mint leaves.. hope we can try like this as well.. thx for the recipe :)

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  27. Owh my!!! Fell in love with all your shots dear ;)

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  28. I was planning to make corn rice since long....its looking awesome...

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  29. Lovely Raks...my aunt uses the very same recipe..only she adds onions and a little coconut and grinds it...gives it a very unique flavour! Love the clicks!

    Shobha

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  30. Love the bright pictures and the rice is just delicious!

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  31. Fantastic Raks! rice has a bright color..! will the corn go soggy, if I use the frozen corn?
    latest

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  32. Fantastic recipe... I tried @ home.. It came out very well :)
    thanks!!

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  33. Fantastic recipe... I tried @ home.. It came out very well :)
    thanks!!

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  34. Any white pulao is my fav...corn pulao is tempting me and with PB masala click feel like grabbing it from the screen :)

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  35. Made it for lunch today..came out yummy.thanks.

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  36. can this be cooked in a electirc rice cooker? if so what is the water ratio and how much milk to be added?

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  37. Made it yesterday and really loved it. Thanks much for this yummy recipe

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  38. I tried this Raks.. it was delicious.. thanks for the recipe

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  39. Wow.. It looks amazing.. Will try it today only! :)

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  40. Have made this recipe for dinner tonight to go with some leftover chicken masala...its turned out awesome :) I m sure my husband is going to be very happy
    Thanks for this quick and simple recipe

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  41. Hi Rak's,
    I am regular visitor of your blog. But yes, this is the first time I'm posting a comment. I love to read different recipes from here. I also have tried few of them and no doubt they have turned out SUPER DELICIOUS :). Yesterday I had few guests at my place and I had prepared this pulao and everyone appreciated that. Thanks a lot!! Also your Tiffin Sambar with toor dal, coconut chutney with coriander , Onion Tomato chutney, Idli, Veg fried rice (I changed this recipe a bit though) and few more are big hit. Thanks for your recipes once again!!! :)

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  42. Awesome recipe :) Came out super good.. :)

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  43. Awesome recipe :) Came out super good.. :)

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