When you are not in the mood to cook too much time consuming things, or you have cooked and eaten the curry that you have prepared? One of our fail-safe things is to give up and start working on rice. A plate of perfectly boiled rice can give any spread a quick face, and if you can use all that rice to make the perfect casserole, is there nothing like that? Casserole, undisturbed, is a popular rice dish of the Indian subcontinent. Casserole is often flavored with spices and / or vegetables. Is one of the most prestigious casserole preparations Pea Casserole. This simple, fuss-free recipe made with a combination of chunky peas and basmati rice is a hit among people of all ages, including children. Peas are a treasure trove of antioxidants and fiber. They are also a good source of plant-based protein. Protein helps in muscle building and healthy weight loss.
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Here is our fuss free recipe peas Casserole that can be made within 15 minutes. That’s right! It’s the easiest peas The Pulao recipe is there and is ideal for those days when you are in the mood for something light and fragrant. For this recipe you will need peas, soaked rice, garam masala, cumin, coriander powder, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, salt, ghee, ginger.
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How to make Pea Casserole:
1. Heat ghee in a pan.
2. Add cumin, ginger. Sauté on a low-medium flame until they are peeled.
3. Add the soaked rice, followed by the peas.
4. Then mix garam masala, coriander powder, salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder and everything well.
5. Mix until everything is well combined.
6. Add some water. Give everything a final blend.
7. Cover the lid and cook till it is rice.
8. Serve hotly.
We told you, it was never so easy to make casserole. Now what excuse do you have? Try this recipe (video above) at home and tell us how you liked it in the comments section below. Pea pulao sounds best with dal, raita, kadhi or any spicy vegetable. You can also throw some papad or pickle in the side for that extra crunch and zing.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita likes everything good, tasty and smooth. Apart from discussing food, her other favorite pastime activities include reading, watching movies and watching TV shows.