BM #99 Day 2 - 

Today we have B for Black Eyed Peas Pulao, a nutritious, flavorful and easy to make. It works perfect for a lazy meal or a lunch box too.

I found the addition of pav bhaji masala made all the difference. My family loves the fried onion garnish with this pulao. 

Ingredients -

Basmati Rice 1 1/2 cups
Black Eyed Peas 1 cup
Carrot and Peas 1 cup
Salt, Turmeric and Chopped Mint as needed
Pav Bhaji Masala 1 tsp + more if needed
Seasoning (Butter 1 Tbsp, Cumin Seeds 1 tsp)
Garnish with fried onions



Method Of Preparation -


Wash and soak basmati rice for 10-15 minutes.

Soak and boil the black eyed beans. [I skipped the step and just boiled the beans on stove top for 10 minutes, washed and drained for use.]

Power on the the Instant Pot with the liner pot in place. Set it to 'Saute' mode. When the display changes to 'hot', add butter and cumin seeds.

Add in the vegetables and the beans from step 2.

Sprinkle salt, turmeric, Pav Bhaji Masala and chopped mint. Mix well and add the drained basmati rice.

Add about 2 cups of water. Close the lid. Set it to 'Manual' mode for 4 minutes.

Naturally releasing the pressure after 10 minutes. Fluff well and serve it hot with Boondi Raita and fried onions.





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Preparation Time 30-40 minutes
Serves 4-5

13 comments

  1. sushma Says:
  2. Pulao turned out very nice. Instant pot makes life so easy, the pulao must have tasted delicious.

     
  3. Sowmya :) Says:
  4. I have posted a similar one with one eyed peas today! Love the addition of the pav bhaji masala. It looks delicious

     
  5. Suma Gandlur Says:
  6. Pav bhaji masala must have been a nice alternative to garam masala. A very nutritious and filling pulao. It must have taste yummy coupled with that boondi raita.

     
  7. Kalyani Says:
  8. pav bhaji masala, fried onions... u got me there, Harini ! I am imagining an afternoon siesta after this meal :) very well done !

     
  9. I guess the pav bhaji masala gives the tawa pulao flavour. Adding the peas is a nice idea and would make it easier to serve kids. The pulao looks so colourful.

     
  10. Love the way you have served the rice , and a bean pulao with pavbhaji masala sounds really unique . Love the colours of this pulao .

     
  11. Srivalli Says:
  12. That plate looks so inviting Harini. I had a rice planned with black eyed but had to change for a different one. I am surely planning to make this sometime.

     
  13. Such a yummy protein loaded pualo... Adding pav bhaji masala is really a nice idea!

     
  14. Srividhya Says:
  15. Adding pav bhaji masala is very interesting. Simply love these quick and interesting recipes. thanks for sharing. Will definitely try it.

     
  16. Preeti Says:
  17. Love the way you serve this platter with bean pulao, pav bhaji and raita . All are just tempting.

     
  18. Pavani Says:
  19. Love this flavourful, nutritious and quick pulao! Definitely going to try this! Thank you for sharing!

     
  20. CookwithRenu Says:
  21. I am very fussy in eating black eyed beans, but this seems to be a good option of adding them in the rice. Looks delicious

     
  22. Swati Says:
  23. Loved the addition of Pav bhaji masala in pulao recipe.This one sure is a nutritious and flavourful treat.

     
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