Saturday, May 15, 2010

Tahari

Tahari is a Rice delicacy cooked with lamb and vegetables.This recipe is a traditional one where the meat is cooked along with the rice.Hope everyone enjoys this recipe. INGREDIENTS: For the handi:
  1. Gosht 3/4th kilo
  2. Potatoes 2 medium sized
  3. Tomatoes 6 medium sized
  4. Beans 10 (cut into 1inch pieces)
  5. Curd(dahi) 400grms
  6. Green chillies 15
  7. Garam masala powder 1tspn
  8. Ginger-garlic paste 3Tbspns
  9. Onions 3 Medium sized
  10. Red chilli powder 3Tspns
  11. Turmeric powder 1/2Tspn
  12. Salt to taste
  13. Coriander leaves 1bunch
  14. Mint leaves 1/2 bunch
  15. Lime juice 1
  16. Rice 6cups(soaked in water for 2-3 hours)
  17. Cooking oil 4Tbspns
  18. Whole garam masala(3-4 loung,2 dalchinis 1inch sized,3-4 elaichis,1tspn shazeera)
PROCEDURE:
  1. Heat oil in a cooker,fry the cut potatoes(cut into big) to light brown in colour along with beans.take them out and leave aside.
  2. In the same oil add the sliced onions along with green chilles.
  3. When the onions turn golden brown in colour add the ginger-garlic paste and fry for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Add the tomatoes along with red chilli powder,turmeric powder,salt and garam masala powder and fry till the tomatoes are well mashed up.
  5. Add the curd,gosht ,coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  6. Do not add any water.Pressure cook for 10minutes.Transfer this to a wide big vessel.Add the fried potaoes and beans.
  7. Add 7cups of water and salt to taste(add about 8-9tspns of salt).
  8. Also add whole garam masala Loung,patta,elaichi and shazeera.
  9. Bring the water to boil and add the soaked rice.
  10. Cook uncovered till almost all the water vanishes,keep stirring every 5-10mins.
  11. Now cover the lid and cook till the rice gets cooked.
Serve with boiled eggs,raita and bagare baigan or mirchion ka salan.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the true/original recepie. Everywhere on the net i see ppl having there own versions of Tahari, but this one rocks.

meeso said...

Mouthwatering! I want to try!

syed said...

For your dedication God Bless you, Tryin so diet food too for hyd's to relish even on diet

Mona said...

Anjum, Aloo Gosht ki Tahari is one of my favorite one dish meals. I will definitely try your version. Also the click is delicious.

Yasmeen said...

How r u doin,anjum? Good to see you back with another mouthwatering favorite of mine :D

Anonymous said...

hi anjum salam thanks for original recepie of tahari and one more req ambade ke bhaji and ambade ke bhaji ka achar if possible thanks again god bless u bye

anjum said...

anjum here...i will soon post ambade ki chutney..u can make ambade ki dal..ambada gosh..i will post all these soon...i dont know how to make ambada ka achaar...my friend makes it...i will let u knw...
mail me ur id...i will send u da recipes...if u wish

Rahin said...

wow , my mom used to make this , now I can too , thanks for sharing the recipe

Anonymous said...

salam...I know this is a very old post and I m not sure if you would still be responsible to it..

I've tried a few recipes of yours before and I keep coming for more..


just this time I had a doubt..
how much is 6 cups of rice? could I get the measurement in kgs please?

thanks..n I hope you keep updating your blog more frequently..I crave for authentic hydi dishes!

Anjum said...

Salaam, when I say 6 cups it's about 1 kg approximately.

Yea, I need to spare sometime from kids and update te blog.

Thanks for the visit

anwerquadri said...

Ply try these tips too:
1- Marinate the mutton with masalas, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and ginger garlic paste for half an four.

2- Add sliced tomatoes (strictly red & desi) and yoghurt after frying the mutton, it makes the mutton more tasty after cooking.
3- Add a cup of fresh methi leaves.
4- Prefer sem phalli over beans.

anwerquadri said...

Salam
Sister, I found your recipes very much similar to my ammi's recipes.
Can you mention approximate quantity of salt in future posts? Since, quantity of salt affects a lot on taste, it will help a lot for freshers like me.

Mohammed Siddique said...

Thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi Anjum,

Very nice recipe! We look at your ways while trying to make the weekend delicious...

Are you still active in this blog? Have some doubt and questions on quantity and timing for cooking.

Thanks Nadeem - Dubai - Hyderabad