Rice: 1/2 kg (soaked)
Onions: 2 large
Peas: 1 cup
Potatoes: 1/4 kg
Garlic paste: 1 teaspoon
Oil: 1/2 cup
White cumin: 1 teaspoon
Nails: 5 pieces
Cinnamon: 1 big stick
Black pepper: 10 to 15
Nutmeg and Mace: 1/2 spoon (ground)
Bay leaves: 2 to 3
Salt: according to taste
Chinese salt: 1 teaspoon
Water: 1 liter (4 glasses)
Green chiles: 8 to 10
Mint: 1/2 bunch
Heat the oil in a pan for 2 to 3 minutes.
Add the chopped onions and cool until golden brown.
Remove the fried onions and put the cloves, cinnamon, black peppercorns and cardamom in the same oil.
When the oil starts to sizzle, add ground garlic.
When the garlic starts to brown, add the fried onions, cumin, peas and potatoes and mix well. Add water and also salt, Chinese salt, bay leaves, star anise, earth
nutmeg and mace and cooking.
As the water boils over low heat, add the rice, the green chile and the min and simmer.
As the water begins to dry, lower the flame and place it in the dam.
While placing the prey, mix the rice well. Put some fried onions in rice and then place them on the stove over low heat.
Leave on the stove for 5 to 10 minutes. When the rice is ready, turn off the stove.
The delicious Aloo Matar Pulao is ready to serve.