Light, aromatic and immensely flavorful rice dish that uses very few ingredients. The mint flavor is subtly infused in the rice without being overpowering. Tinted with a light green shade, smelling of warmth and sunshine, pudina pulao makes for an endearing meal to serve family and friends.
Home grown pudina along with fresh coriander leaves and plump, ripe, juicy red tomatoes from farmer’s market, sauteed with cumin, green chillis and split gram dal, blended to a coarse paste and tempered with asafoetida and curry leaves. Yields a simple, quick and satisfying pachadi that went down really well with Idli, our morning breakfast.
Summer has made its way into our part of the world and am trying to make optimum use of fresh coriander before they make an exit from the local farmer’s market. Bought 6 large bunches and prepared green chutney yesterday. Today, I used the left over coriander along with home grown pudina and coconut to make this easy breezy chutney to go with our morning breakfast, idli.
Apart from Sweet chutney, another essential item required to assemble most Chaats is Green aka Hari Chutney, prepared with coriander leaves, mint and lemon juice.
Coriander pudina rice I know I have mentioned numerous times that I love coriander. I am partial to coriander and most often than not, add a wee bit more than the recipe calls for....