Monday, April 25, 2016

Vegetable Tahiri | OPOS Rice Recipes

I hadn't come across a recipe named Tahiri before,so when I heard it in UBF,a foodie group in Facebook,I did a double take.I have to admit though,when it comes to rice recipes,I haven't much ventured past the Biryanis,Pulaos and Fried rice.The ease of the recipe as well as the curiosity led to me try this simple rice recipe named Aloo Matar Tahiri,to which I added other vegetables too hence mine is a Vegetable Tahiri.

As I've already explained here,OPOS is a One Pot One Shot method where you follow a theme,rather than a recipe and add everything to your cooker and cook for a prescribed time and heat.There are no steps involved-other than to load your cooker and cook for a specific time,and you do not need to supervise it either.Works well for me with a hyper active toddler around!

Vegetable Tahiri
Recipe source - OPOS recipes

Ingredients

For the marinade

Ghee- 3 tsp
Tomato - 1 chopped
Onion - 1 finely chopped
Bay leaf -2
Ginger garlic paste -1 tsp
Potato - 1/4 cup,chopped
Carrot - 1/4 cup,chopped
Capsicum - 1/4 cup,chopped
Cauliflower - 1/4 cup,chopped
Green peas - 1/4 cup
Yogurt - 1 cup
Salt - 1 tsp
Biryani Masala - 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp

Basmati rice - 1 cup,washed well and soaked for an hour
Mint - 1/4 cup,chopped
Coriander leaves - 1/4 cup,chopped
Water - 1/4 cup

Method
Mix together the ingredients for the marinade well.
Place half of it in a pressure cooker - I used a 3ltr Handi cooker.
Layer the rice on top and then the rest of the marinated vegetables and then the mint and coriander.
Sprinkle the water on top.Pressure cook at medium heat{600W if using induction cooktop} for 2 whistles(20 minutes).
Let the cooker cool down and then open,fluff up with a fork and serve hot.

Notes

  • All OPOS recipes are designed for a 2ltr Stainless steel pressure cooker and serves 2-3.If you want to scale up the recipe,go by the number of whistles rather than the cooking time.
  • You can add any vegetables of your choice or just stick with aloo and matar{potatoes and green peas}



2 comments :

  1. Sounds really good... you don't seem to have added any water to the rice. I guess it gets cooked in the marinade?

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    1. Thanks,there is water in the recipe but a very little amount-1/4 cup.

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