Soybean is considered a very healthy ingredient, and this pulav recipe is a great way to encourage your little one to have something filling, nutritious and yummy. A simple and tasty pulao, taste fantastic with any spicy curries or gravies..
Like other beans, the soybean (Glycine max) grows in pods enclosing edible seeds. They are usually green but can be yellow, brown or black. The texture is so adaptable that soybeans are frequently processed into a variety of foods. Soybeans – also known as edamame beans when eaten fresh from the pod – are consumed as an alternative to meat.
I just planned to give a try, and turns out really good and perfect. Mostly i tried with soya chunks only. For the first time i tried with soybeans. Soybeans health benefits are promotes weight loss, Strengthen blood vessels, Omega 3 fatty acids, good for nails and hair, Vitamin E, Moisture the skin etc.,
Ok lets see how to make soybeans pulao/pilaf. Here you go….
Serves : 2
Prep time : 10 mins Cooking Time : 30 mins
Soybeans : 1/2 cup
Bastami Rice : 1 cup
Onion : 1 small sliced
Tomato : 1
Ginger Garlic Paste : 2 tsp
Red chilly powder : 1 tsp
Garam Masala powder : 2 tsp
Turmeric powder : 1 tsp
Mint and coriander leaves : 3 tbsp chopped
Water : 1 and 1/2 cup water
Salt to taste
To Temper :
Oil : 2 tbsp
Ghee : 2 tbsp
Bay leaf : 1
Cardamon : 2
Cinnamon Stick : 1 inch
- Soak soybeans overnight, cook it for 2 whistles. Set aside. Soak basmati rice for 30 mins. Heat oil and ghee in a pressure cooker, temper with bay leaf, cinnamon, cardamon.
2. Add sliced onion, fry till transparent. Then add in ginger garlic paste, cook it for 2 mins. Then add in tomato, cook it till mushy. Now add in all spices with mint and coriander leaves. Saute it for 2 mins.
Let it stand as it is for 5 minutes and open the cooker, fluff it up with fork and mix gently. Serve it with any curry or gravies.