Sometimes the simplest of flavors taste the best and this rice dish is a fitting example for this statement!The day I made this along with the Sai Bhaji, I was so impressed by the taste and how well the two dishes tasted together!
Lil Angel who had a portion of this rice with the Sai Bhaji ,as an after school meal, found it to be very 'yummy' and finished off her portion without a word! Now that speaks volumes of the dish right!
Bhuga chawara means onion rice and it is so simple yet full of flavor and you are sure to be surprised to see it disappear as quickly as it got done!
This dish is a part of P for Pakistan in the Culinary journey across the globe....
Adapted from Ribbons to Pastas
Rice -1 cup,washed
Red chili powder- 1/4 teaspoon
Garam masala-1/4 teaspoon
Bay leaf- 1
Cinnamon-1" piece, broken
Cardamom-2 pods,slightly crushed
Salt to taste
Heat oil in a pressure cooker and add the onions.Fry till they turn brown bit not burnt.Add the whole spices, rice and 2 cups of water [ or the quantity of water you usually use].
Add the garam masala, red chili powder, salt and pressure cook till rice is done.
Bhuga Chawara is ready to be served....
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