Rice with Tomato and Cheese – Pulao Recipe

This recipe might sound simple when you read the title of the recipe ‘Rice with Tomato and Cheese – Pulao Recipe’; yes it is a simple recipe, the basic part of the recipe becomes quite clear with its title, however the process of this recipe plays an important part in its formation. Tomato and cheese does flavour the rice, yet their flavors are incomplete without the use of whole spice, so which whole spice complements best with the blend of tomato and cheese to give the pulao a complete flavour?

Find the answers by reading the recipe …

Rice with Tomato and Cheese – Pulao Recipe:

Rice with Tomato and Cheese – Pulao Recipe in MASALAHEALTH.COM
Rice with Tomato and Cheese – Pulao Recipe in MASALAHEALTH.COM

Quantity of kolam or basmati rice: approx. 125 gm = 1 medium bowl full of rice

Blend pieces of a medium star anise in adequate quantity of warm, any mild-flavour vegetable oil, add the blend with finely sliced pieces of 2 medium tomatoes; when the tomato pieces begin to melt, add small pieces of cheese from a thick slice of cheese – according to preference of taste, smidgen the mix with salt – according to preference of taste, blend the mixture with 1/4 tsp. of turmeric powder; when the tomato and cheese mixture melts in low heat, add rice to the blend, blend the mixture with one and a half medium bowl of water, cook the pulao/pilaf in low heat until the water evaporates.

All the ingredients combine to create a scrumptious pulao

Serving size: approx. 2

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Rice is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production. In Hinduism, rice holds great spiritual and ritual significance, rice is revered as a potent symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity and fertility.

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