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Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Servings: 4


 

Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav

Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav is an Indian spiced rice dish; prepared with mushroom, corn kernels, peas, onion, and raisins. This is a wonderful lunch/dinner recipe, and goes well with any yogurt condiment or curry. Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav will make a hearty wholesome meal, which is light on the stomach and filler at the same time.

Let’s learn to cook Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav in easy to understand quick steps.


Ingredients:

  • mushrooms, sliced – 1 cup
  • green peas, fresh – ½ cup
  • corn kernels – ½ cup
  • onion, sliced – 2
  • basmati rice, cooked – 2 cups
  • bay leaf – 1
  • garam Masala powder – 1 tsp
  • lemon juice – 1 tsp
  • salt to taste
  • olive oil – 1 tbsp
  • raisins – ¼ cup

Method:

  1. Heat oil in a pan. Add cumin seeds, and bay leaf to it.
  2. When the seeds start to crackle, add onion slices to it.
  3. Cook for 3-4 minutes. Now add sliced mushroom, corn kernels, peas, salt, and garam masala to it.
  4. Mix well, and cook for 5-6 minutes. Add cooked rice, and raisins to the cooked vegetables.
  5. Mix well and cook for 3-4 minutes. Remove from heat.
  6. Add lemon juice to it, and mix well.
  7. Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav is ready.
  8. Serve hot with any curry & raita. Enjoy!

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PHOTOGRAPHY NOTES:

Camera: Nikon D7100

Lens: Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens

Setup: Used natural sunlight coming from left, and a reflector on the right side of the frame.

Props & Styling:  I used a dark wooden board as a background.  Bread, cheese, and a green chili are complimenting Mushroom Peas Corn Pulav. I added some orange slices and fresh green herbs to my frames, and I believe they are adding some nice contrast to these compositions.  

Angle: I clicked these photos with 90°, 70°, 45°,  50°.

Happy Cooking 🙂

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