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Rajasthan, the territory of Maharajas, is renowned for its prosperous lifestyle. But what helps to make the state special and well-known is its delicacies. Rajasthanis really like their meals and it's visible in their preparations. Dal Bati Churma and Laal Maas are the favorite recipes in the state. Each and every food lover should have tasted them at least one time. Your journey to Rajasthan is incomplete if you have not encountered their del... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make CHEESE PEARLS PULAO

(4 ratings)
16 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
40 mins
Total time
50 mins
CHEESE PEARLS PULAO
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : panner
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : December 12, 2018


Ingredients used in CHEESE PEARLS PULAO
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1/2 bunch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Green chills - 3 numbers.
• Bay leaf - 1 number.
• Cashew nuts - 100 grams.
• Cloves - 5 numbers.
• Cardamom - 6 numbers.
• Cinnamon - 3 sticks.
• Shahi jeera - 1 tea spoon.
• Ghee - 2 tablespoons.
• Tutty fruity - 2 tablespoons.
• Khoya - 1/2 cup.
• Corn flour - 1 tea spoon.
• Cardamom powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Panner - 1 cup.
• Basmati rice - 3 cups.
• Mint leaves (chopped) - 1/2 bunch.
• Sugar - 1 pinch.
• Fried onions - 1/2 cup.
• Milk - 1/2 cup.
• Silver warp (small sheet) - 1 number.
• Oil - to fry.
• Saffron - 1 pinch.
Method:
  • Grate the cottage cheese add corn flour and cardamom powder, salt mix it and make a dough.
  • In another bowl add khoya, tutty fruity, mix it andmake this also like a dough, stuff the khoya mixture in the cottage cheese mixture.
  • Fry these dumplings in hot oil, coat the paneer balls with silver foil and keep it aside.
  • Heat ghee in a pan add cinnamon, cardamom, shahi jeera, bay leaf, cloves, and cashew nut(soaked in water) add green chillies, chopped coriander, chopped mint, sugar, add water, and boil them.
  • In thisadd the basmati rice (soaked in the water at least 30 minutes) after 3 minutes mix it again, and add fried onions, saffron mixed milk, and milk mix it, put the lid on for 3to 4 minutes.
  • Transfer the rice toaplate and garnish with silver foil coated paneer balls on the top of the rice, sprinkle fried onions, and serve it.





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Rajasthan, the territory of Maharajas, is renowned for its prosperous lifestyle. But what helps to make the state special and well-known is its delicacies. Rajasthanis really like their meals and it's visible in their preparations. Dal Bati Churma and Laal Maas are the favorite recipes in the state. Each and every food lover should have tasted them at least one time. Your journey to Rajasthan is incomplete if you have not encountered their delicious food.

 

Rajasthani food as relying on both war-like lifestyles of their residents and also the accessibility to ingredients in this dry area. Foods that could last for many days and could be consumed without the need of heating was chosen. Deficiency of water and fresh green veggies have all had their impact on the cooking. It's also recognized for its snacks such as Bikaneri Bhujia, Mirchi Bada and Pyaaj Kachori.

 

Other popular recipes consist of Bajre ki roti and Lashun ki chutney, Mawa Kachori of Jodhpur, Malpauas from pushkar, Alwar ka mawa and Rassgollas from Bikaner, "paniya"and "gheriya" from Mewar.

 

A big part of the state is populated by the Marwari’s, who like vegan meals. You are able to stumble over probably the most luring shakahari bhoj all over the state. Referred to as territory of Rajputs, the state is unsurprisingly within a large impact of Rajput dishes such as fiery hot meat curries and scrumptious desi sweets.

 

Rajastani food makes use of plenty of ghee. If, however you stay in Rajasthan in the near future, do not forget dal baati churma, pyazz kachori, gatte ki sabzi, papad ki sabzi. For people who live on meaty treats, laal maas, safed maas, banjari gosht certainly are a must taste.

 

Amazingly, Sweets aren't known as 'dessert' in Rajasthan, due to the fact, in contrast to desserts that are offered after the meal, Rajasthani sweets are dished up prior to, after and during your food. Particular sweets are favorite in each location - Ghewar of Jaipur, Malpuas of Pushkar, Mawa Kachori of Jodhpur, Rasogullas of Bikaner, etc.

 

Rajasthani delicacies is not the same as other cuisines and it is really appealing too! Rajasthani meals are generally hot and spicy and make use of plenty of ghee, without which no recipe is done.

 

Regardless if you are a spice lover or you're not, this delicacy will often possess a scrumptious alternative prepared for you! This part helps to guide you to create the wonder in your kitchen.

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

First................

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Bil Malik Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

Vah chef ! Another great recipe heinn? Best regards from LONDON

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

Looks like a delicious mothi kajus pulao!!! I'll definitely make this, I can already feel the taste! The making of the perl balls is something new to me I watched this several times. You are a excellent teacher that's why a lot of people are

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TheMiramens Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

I red about these pearls and I wondered if in this lifetime I would be able to eat them. Now I can even make them and eat whenever I want. I am very grateful. Incredible grateful. Thank YOU for sharing this recipe, Chef! Really wonderful.

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radha ks Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

Thank you Chef! You are incredible!

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Arfan Ather Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

i am a great rise fan and it seems so unique. will def try.

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ilovemyhands Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

This reminds me of kofti biryani that my mom used to make. the pearl-sized mini-koftas were even smaller than these cheese balls!

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Foyzun Nahar Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

chef, is this sella basmati or just regular basmati rice? please answer me, thanks.

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Huns1981 Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

Why to eat silver leaf?

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Varsha S. Posted on Sat Apr 20 2013

What is tutti frutti?

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Vittoria10538 Posted on Sun Apr 21 2013

Marry me.

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MSE. Dzirasa Posted on Fri Apr 26 2013

Saffron milk!!! now that's excellent ingredient transformation...This food is fit for a Sub-saharan Princess like me...Thanks Chef:D

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