Oct 16, 2008

Carrot Rice

This is a simple receipe for making Carrot Rice. The ingredients are as follows: 1 cup Basmati Rice(or regular sonamasuri rice) Soak it in water for 5 minutes, 1 Big Carrot - chop it, grind it and get juice out of it, 2 tbsp oil, 1tsp unsalted butter, salt to taste, Mustard seeds, urid dal, 1 green chilli, 5 cashews, 5 shredded almonds, pinch of asafoetida, turmeric powder, 1 finely chopped onion, Coriander leaves, curry leaves.

It needs a masala Powder which we can make it at home and keep the excess for some other variety rice. The ingredients for masala powder are:
  1. 1 cinnamon stick
  2. 2 cloves
  3. 1 bay leaf
  4. 1 cardamom
  5. 1 tbsp channa dal
  6. 1tbsp urid dal
  7. 3 red chillies
  8. 2 tbsp coriander seeds
Fry these ingredient in a pan with a drop of oil and grind it. Keep it aside. In a pressure cooker pre-heat the oil and butter. Season the mustard seeds, urid dal, cashews, almonds, green chillies and finely chopped onion to golden brown. Now add the Rice (drain it after 5 mts of soaking), carrot juice in 1:2 ratio(1rice:2juice), 2 tsp masala powder, turmeric powder, asafoetida and salt. Pressure cook this upto 2 whistles. Before serving garnish it with Coriander leaves. Raita can be used as side dish for this Rice. Try this receipe and lemme know your comments.
This goes to Srivalli's Rice mela event.

8 comments:

G.Pavani said...

ooh! carrot rice looks yummy and mouthwatering....thanku for adding by blog in ur bloglist

Srivalli said...

Carrot rice is something I have always wanted to make...so thanks a lot.

Usha said...

Good one,healthy and wholesome :)

Kong-Kay said...

looks and i'm sure taste delicious... will give it a go sometime.

Shama Nagarajan said...

i love carrot rice........i prepare it in a slight different way.urs looking delicious

DEESHA said...

i have come across carrot rice in quite a few blogs, its really healthy N looks good .. shud give it a try sometime

Crissy said...

carrot is very nutritional especially great for kids too.. i usually have it as an ingredient and have it half-cook..
BTW, here's my other blog..
A Mother's Stuff

Cate Bruce-Low said...

looks sooooo good. do you have any diwali recipes that you'd share?