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Sweet rice, Meetha chawal, zafrani zerda pulav or whatever you want to call this but i bet you, this sweet treat will bring twinkle in your kidoo's eyes .....this special dish i dedicate to you all for thanks giving " a special day for u all " enjoy this recipe with your friends and loved ones and ya i also wanted to thank you all to visit and appreciate my blog so '" THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR EVERY THING FROM EXOTICA"

                               zafrani zerda pulav 


basmati rice'long grain rice"-1 cup
khada masala/mix spices  like -cinnamon , clove , cardamom , aniseed and javitri roast and crush - two tbsp
dry fruits like - almonds , cashew nuts , kishmish/rasines  - crushed -4 to 5 tbsp
 saffron , cardamom mix in 1/2 cup of warm milk
sugar - 3/4 cup
ghee- 1 tbsp

wash and cook rice till done.
take a micro safe  squire glass container , add 1 tbsp ghee and 1 tbsp khada masala 
micro high for 1 min.
now take it out and put a layer of rice on top of it spread around 1/4 cup of sugar then dry fruits sprinkle some saffron mix milk on top and then put second layer of rice following the same proceeder lay around three layers of rice .
micro cook for at least 7 to 8 min now take it out and mix it well cover and cook for another 2 min
serve hot or chill whatever way you like it . 


mitisha said…
try this awesome dish really tasty ..
MINAL said…
thanks mitisha......

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