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V. Subhash's Hot Pudina Rice Recipe
When I created this dish, I wanted it to meet three
important criteria. The dish had to be
Very easy to prepare.
Second to none in terms of nutrition, taste and aroma.
To cook Hot Pudina Rice (HPR), you need a steam pressure cooker.
A pressure cooker minimizes the loss of nutrition and aroma. A
pressure cooker cooks faster and is also more fuel efficient than
an open vessel.
HPR takes its name after Belle Bisle Baath (BBB), which is
popular in Karnataka. BBB translates to Hot Dal Rice. HPR also
uses toor dal but its main ingredient is pudina leaves. It does not require
tamarind. HPR also requires vegetables (any combination - avoid
watery vegetables such as tomato or cucumber but this decision is up to you),
spices, urad dal, and some oil. The great thing about HPR is that when the
rice is cooked, it is almost ready. The number of utensils that are left
to be clean is also very small. It is ideal for those who are living alone
but don't want hotel food.
Rice and water as needed
Salt to taste
You can buy all of these items from grocery and vegetable shops.
Wash rice in water and keep it ready.
Take a deep-bottomed vessel suitable for use in a pressure cooker.
Put toor dal followed by black pepper, cinnamon, dried cloves,
bay leaves, cashew nuts, capsicum, carrot and beans in this order.
Sprinkle asfoetida powder over this.
Gently cover that with washed rice.
Add half the salt over the rice.
Pour water up to the level that the rice will rise when it is cooked.
Place the vessel in the cooker and get it cooked.
Heat some gingely oil on a frying pan.
Put urad dal in simmer flame and wait till the dal is golden brown.
Add coriander powder followed by the rice from the pressure cooker.
Add the remaining salt and mix the rice gently.
Turn off the flame and serve on a plate.
You can use any combination of vegetables, spices and other items
to suit your taste. The taste and aroma of the dish will vary accordingly.
So, long as everything is cooked along with the rice inside a pressure
cooker, it should be the healthiest food that can be made from those
ingredients. You may have tried kichidi, biriyani, pulao, bisi bele
bath, lemon rice, tamarind rice, or cocunut rice before but they
are no competition to my Hot Pudina Rice as the cooking procedure is very
simple. It is arguably the best
dish that you can make with items that you already have in your
kitchen with the least amount of effort.