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Tehri ~ Vegetable Biryani

Tehri ~ Vegetable Biryani



As I mention in my  Potato fry and Raitha post hubby made the Tehri, so here am posting the recipe of Tehri and this goes to my  Festive Food: His Cooking Event.  The recipe is very simple and any vegetable can be used.  He used whatever we had in hand that day. 




Serving ~ 2-3 persons

Ingredients:

Rice - 1 cup
Carrot - 1
Beans - 5-6
Corn - 2 tbs [optional]
Onion - 1
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
Red chili powder - 1 tsp
Garam Masala - 1 tps [optional]
Salt - to taste
Coriander leaves - 1tbs chopped [ optional]
Oil - 2 tbs
Water - 1 1/2 cup

Method:

1. Slice onion, chop beans and carrot, wash rice & keep aside.

2. In a pressure cooker heat oil, add cumin seeds add cumin seed allow to splutter. Add sliced onion and cook until golden brown. 

3. Add carrot, stir and fry for a min.  Now add the beans, stir and fry for a min.

4.  Add corn, all the powder masala and stir well.  Stir for 2-3 mins or until masala is cooked in medium heat.

5. Add salt, rice & mix everything.  Fry for 3-4 mins in medium heat.

6. Add water, stir well, check for salt and close the pressure cooker & cook for 2 whistles.

7.  Wait for pressure to release.  Open the cooker, stir gently and garnish with chopped coriander leaves.

Enjoy the Tehri with any raitha.




Also going to the event is Palak Saag and Peas Fried Rice made by him




Enjoy your day.....


49 comments:

  1. How lucky are you to have a husband who loves cooking! Tahri looks mouthwatering, great post.

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  2. Yummy looking and I love these kind of rice anytime of the day..

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  3. Biryani looks so delicious .Perfect with raita.

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  4. Hi Priti,
    Tehri looks very delicious.Your husband sure must be a pro.Book marked the recipe to try.

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  5. Hi,
    lovely color of the rice!!I will try soon.

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  6. Lovely and tempting dish Priti......so many great dishes by your him...

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  7. vegetable biryani/tehri looks delicious...yum!

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  8. what a bful color,yum and delcious dish...looks mouthwatering...

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  9. Those dishes are really tempting surely tasted great especially Tehri, not only yummy but healthy too....

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  10. This is my favorite one pot meal. Looks so good. Nice recipe. YUM!

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  11. That looks so delicious and I love tehri as is called in UP,right..
    hugs and smiles

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  12. Tehri looks really nice with all vegetables.

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  13. Sounds very good. I can almost smell all the aromas going on there!

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  14. Lovely recipe. I usually make tahiri of usual potato and cauliflower :)

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  15. wow Biriyani looks so nice..am drooling here..can I get some :)

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  16. WOW,Veg briyani looking really delicious ya! I'm drooling over! ;)

    Also that fried rice! :D

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  17. you are one lucky girl Preeti!! :) Does ur hubby cut veggies as well? my hubby does well in my food processor :D LOL!

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  18. Sounds simple and if frozen veggies are in hand,very easy to make in a jiffy!

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  19. Thank U Gals :)

    @Shifa, normally I do all by myself, if I ask for help he sure comes...

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  20. Simple and delicious, love it ! I second Asha's sentiment, you are lucky your husband likes to cook and makes you these treats :-)

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  21. U always called me lucky tht he cooks.... but I see u too r lucky enuf he has done so much for u :) it luks perfect

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  22. U always called me lucky tht he cooks.... but I see u too r lucky enuf he has done so much for u :) it luks perfect

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  23. Lucky u!!!!! I'm drolling here...Biryani looks perfect dear.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. Biryani looks delicious and perfect. Lucky to have a husband who can cook.

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  25. Such a delicious recipe for a quick biryani...looks spicy and tasty ..

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  26. Hey really very nice rice dish yaar...lucky to have such hus...i think u r enjoying his cooking... ;)

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  27. lucky u , ur hubby made a nice vegetable rice. love the colur of the rice

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  28. u hubby is a good cook i should say. you can enjoy his cooking. lucky u. i will never have the chance for that. rice looks perfectly cooked.
    yumm.

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  29. Thats a super delicious dish, looks fantastic Priti..Seems ur better half is another awesome cook..

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  30. I think when hubby cook it taste better isn't it. Delicous looking rice.

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  31. A no fuss, no mess biriani.Looks delicious.

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  32. Hmm,,you are soo lucky dear biryani looks perfect sure it will taste good with raita..

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  33. Mouthwatering dish! Lovely!!

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  34. Perfect comfort food....yummm

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  35. Lucky you...Such a delicious Veg biryani..!!

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  36. Tehri is something which I always wanted to make, but never got around making it. Looks delicious and way easier than regular biryani. really really good!
    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  37. this looks sooo good..and Im surprised its so simple as well

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  38. colourful and delicious... superb

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  39. Biryani looks super delicious!

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  40. Ur tahiri looks good! Nice colors too.

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  41. simple and quick. ingenious.

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  42. simple and quick. ingenious!!

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  43. simple and quick. ingenious!!

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