Green Peas/Matar Pulao : Looking for a vegan and gluten free option? Check out this quick and easy Green Peas/Matar Pulao. Made with Basmati rice and whole spices, this delicious rice preparation can be paired with plain yogurt, dhal or any spicy veggie or meat or sea food. Perfect for a light dinner or lunch menu during winter months, and is packed with health benefits.
Green Peas /Matar Pulao- A Simple One Pot wonder
There are days when you ache for a change in the way you prepare rice, you want it to look festive, yet don’t want an elaborate preparation, what do you do on days like that ? Here is a simple, one pot delicious vegan recipe that can be prepared in minutes.Here is my recipe for the Green Peas/Matar Pulao, on days you want an easy fix yet something delicious for a meal.
What are the benefits of eating Green Peas?
Green peas have higher levels of protein. In addition, peas are a good source of dietary fiber, Vitamin A, iron, folate, thiamin, Vitamin C and manganese. They also have a high level of Vitamin K. One of the health benefits of green peas is blood sugar control.
What can you pair Green Peas/Matar Pulao with?
The plan was already on to cook some spicy mussel meat fry for the afternoon, in a split second the menu formed itself , what could go with the spicy mussels, something gentler and subtle in taste, yet comforting and nourishing. The green peas pulao also goes very well with a spicy gravy like stuffed eggplant curry/gravy.
This Matar Pulao took over. It took hardly 20 minutes from start to finish, nothing like putting your legs up and enjoying a delicious meal in front of the TV on a weekend, comforting easy and filling.
How to make Green Peas/Matar Pulao?
- Amount Per ServingCalories10808
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 78g 120%
- Saturated Fat 32g 160%
- Cholesterol 77mg 26%
- Sodium 901mg 38%
- Potassium 16613mg 475%
- Total Carbohydrate 3268g 1090%
- Dietary Fiber 1950g 7800%
- Sugars 97g
- Protein 181g 362%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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