Follow theyellowdaal Onr of the basics of UP style cooking is making a flavorsome Pulav/tehri. Now the Tehri police will come up and say that these are two different things but in my humble opinion they are not so much. So I decided to ditch my kadahi for this recipe and took out the cooker.
Follow theyellowdaal An avid blogger Geetanjali is the author, photographer, and creator of the blog Spoons Of Flavor. Cooking is her passion. She share mostly Indian food, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian and some world recipes as well. She believe food is the only thing which brings people together. Checkout her Facebook page and Instagram account
Follow theyellowdaal I love adding lots and lots of vegetables to my pulse. It’s like a comfort meal for me. Lazy Sunday afternoon, I decided to go against my own routine way of cooking pulse and adding just a handful of ingredients. Result was this amazing mushroom and carrot pulse + this pulav has no
Follow theyellowdaal Vadiya is sun dried spicy lentil dumplings that are cooked in a variety of ways. One such recipe is Punjabi Vadiya Da Pulav/Pilaf. Warm spices in the vadiya with onions and peas makes a delicious meals. We like to serve it with pickle, some curd, salad and coriander chutney. You can buy vadiya