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Simplest rice dish prepared on regular basis among all flavored rice's is jeera rice and is an excellent accompaniment with all dishes.

Jeera Rice is cumin flavoured rice along with some whole Indian herbs and spices, is a popular North Indian food. Jeera refers to cumin seed in Hindi. Jeera rice was introduced to the Indian delicacies through the Mughals and very quickly became probably the most in fashion meals to be offered in the most Indian homes.  Usually, jeera rice is accompanied with the gravy based dish. Whenever we visit restaurants, generally order this&n... Read More..

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JEERA fried rice, JEERA sooru, JEERA POWDER chal

How to make jeera rice

(122 ratings)
130 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
jeera rice
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Cumin
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : October 13, 2018


Ingredients used in jeera rice
• Safron color - 1 pinch.
• Salt - 1 to taste.
• Butter or oil - 1 tablespoons.
• Jeera (cumin) - 1 teaspoons.
• Fried onion - 1 teaspoons.
• Mint (optional) - 1/4 bunch.
• Coriander leaves - 1/4 bunch.
• Green chiilies - 2 numbers.
• Water - 2 cup.
Method:
  • Heat oil in a pan, add cumin,green chilli, mint, coriander leaves and fry
  • Now add water( twice the amount of measured rice), bring the water to boil by adding some salt
  • Then add pre-soaked, and cook till 90% of water is absorbed
  • Finally, add fried onion and saffron colour and reduce the flame to minimum and cook covered for 5 more min.
  • Enjoy this awesome jeera rice with any curry.





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Jeera Rice is cumin flavoured rice along with some whole Indian herbs and spices, is a popular North Indian food. Jeera refers to cumin seed in Hindi. Jeera rice was introduced to the Indian delicacies through the Mughals and very quickly became probably the most in fashion meals to be offered in the most Indian homes.  Usually, jeera rice is accompanied with the gravy based dish. Whenever we visit restaurants, generally order this with dal or simply a north Indian gravy and even Mughlai curry.

 

In a few restaurants, this dish is also referred to as Jeera Pulao. The word Pulao originates from the Persian term "pullo" which represents any rice that's cooked with herbs and spices along with other ingredients. Jeera Rice is an aromatic rice dish that's a fantastic accompaniment to any veg or non-veg side dish. Jeera rice also goes well with only raita (mixed or cucumber raita) too.

 

All the ingredients need to prepare Jeera rice are rice, vegetable oil, cumin seeds, green chillies, onions and coriander leaves. Jeera Rice is actually a culinary meal in northern India and it is a staple that's usually eaten every day. Jeera or cumin seeds undoubtedly are a strong aromatic spice used generously in Indian cuisine.

 

Jeera rice is an easy and warm delicious rice especially available in almost all of the dhabas. This dish is definitely a popular dhaba food. Basmati rice flavoured with toasted cumin seeds in butter or ghee together with onions and chillies is a quick dish with simple spiced and aromatic natural rice full of flavour. Using ghee or butter for cooking as toasting cumin seeds boosts the strong fragrance of Cumin. The aroma is truly tempting and delicious. Jeera rice is an exceptionally adaptable and healthy dish which becomes a complete meal too

 

The benefit of jeera rice:

The benefits of rice contain the ability to supply fast and instant energy, control and improve bowel movements, balance blood sugar levels, and reduce the ageing process, as well as supplying an essential source of vitamin B1 to the body

 

Cumin is a really good source of iron. Cumin seeds have traditionally been known to be advantageous to the digestive system. Research has revealed that cumin may encourage the secretion of pancreatic enzymes, compounds important for proper digestion. Cumin seeds also help for pregnant women to boost lactation.



 

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Guest Posted on Tue Feb 13 2018

I love it. I have cooked it and easy. It is not difficultly. I have taste it - Brilliant. I have no problem with it. Thanks for your sharing.

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desidol22 Posted on Sun Jan 02 2011

@abhilashadubey yes you can make it with any rice, but it just won't taste as nice.

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sultanchamp Posted on Mon Jan 03 2011

just tried it, tasted great. Thanks.

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Lavina Tekwani Posted on Wed Mar 09 2011

@lbasavaraj hahahahaha

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THE_JAYDEEP Posted on Sun Apr 03 2011

Thank you sir...! Now I am also able to cook delicious food in my kitchen. I have never cooked anything before in my life...! so thanks again..!

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Goodwin Travels Posted on Wed Apr 13 2011

Hello Vahchef, I actually came across your site when I was looking for Palak Paneer recipe on google. From then on, I became a great fan of your site. Whatever I need tips / recipes I immediately open ur site. I like the way you made cooking simple

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Sudha Subramanian Posted on Tue May 03 2011

Wonderful! Really inspiring. I refer to your recipes all the time. Thanks!

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rajya lakshmi kolluru Posted on Sat May 07 2011

Sanjay garu all your recipes are very helpful & delicious. Can you please tell me where can I get saffron food colour extract that doesn't taste bitter.

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Shweta Shubi Posted on Sun Jul 31 2011

i like it.i like the show.

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Aditi G Posted on Mon Aug 08 2011

great recipe but 'vahrevah.KAM' ?

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RozaDimkaVA Posted on Fri Aug 26 2011

The recipe is so simple yet delicious.

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RozaDimkaVA Posted on Fri Aug 26 2011

Chef you are awesome! The way you cook really inspires others to veture on cooking.Keep up the good work.Your effort and style is truly vah reh vah!

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