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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Vindaloo Pulav with Soya and Potatoes

Yum
Spicy  +Vindaloo curry = me happy. You guessed it right. I made very famous Goan curry Vindaloo in big batch so I don't have to make it every time. This dish is Portuguese origina when they used to rule in India, they gave us gift of their cuisine too like all the other rulers. It is mainly made with pork in vinegar and chilies but later on it replaced by red wine and kashmiri chilies with other Indian influence spices. I wanted to make this dish so long but didn't wanted to eat with naan or paratha, so I mix it with Rice and it become one pot dish. So lets' get cooking. I just added potatoes and soy chunks but you can make it with your choice of vegetables in rice or make curry dish.

Ingredinets for Vindaloo :

15 Pieces dried red chilies
5 pieces big garlic cloves
1 tsp ginger
2 tsp pan roasted cumin seeds
1 tsp pan roasted coriander seeds
1 tsp fenugreek seeds
10 pieces cloves
1 tsp cardamon seeds
2 inch piece of cinnamon stick
1 tbsp white vinegar

Method:
Soak dried chilies in water for hour or so.
Mix everything in grinder and make a fine puree.

vindaloo paste is ready
For Pulav :
1 cup basmati rice
2 potatoes cubes in big pieces
1 cup soya chunks
1 tsp oil
salt to taste

Method:
Add oil in big pan , add 3 tbsp of vindaloo paste and mix it , add  potatoes and soya chunks and mix it.
Add water and bring in to boil.
Then add washed basmati rice and salt.
Add enough water to cook rice, potatoes and soya.
Cover and cook it till its done.
Serve hot with pickled onion or what ever way you pleased.


 
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24 comments:

  1. that's an interesting platter of rice...

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  2. Interesting recipie. Looks yummy

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  4. sounds interesting and new to me...
    pulav looks delicious :)

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  5. love vindaloo. yours look yummy.

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  6. very interesting dish...looks yum !

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  7. Wow, this looks tasty and quite spicy too with the dried chile peppers. And I love how you plated it!

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  8. Now this is my fav. Loved this twist on vindaloo.

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  9. wow this looks fiery and hot but very innovative.

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  10. Something interesting, new and innovative dish.

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  11. new kind of pulao to know abt...nice one tooo

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  12. Vindaloo pulav is very innovative idea, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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  13. that is new to me... looks very tempting and picture perfect... Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

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  14. Yummy and delecious rice, i am a spice-luver and thanks for sharing the same!

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  15. Lovely and so yummiest and flavorful :) Thanks for linking this entry in my event Celebrate Love for Mum

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  16. first time hearing this name dear,looks great

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  17. will try this..but 15 red chilies.. Are you sure?

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    1. Yes its super spicy. Use it as needed in recipes. I like spicy so used 3 spoons.

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  18. Wonderful preparation ...I also like spicy treats :-) Good Job!

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  19. Looks tempting and yummy too...new to me and interesting..

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