Syoon Pulaav

Syoon Pulaav - Syun Puloa

Syoon pulaav – syun puloa

Syoon Pulaav – What is Syun Pulao?

Syoon Pulaav or Syun Pulao is a delicious meat pulao made with fragrant basmati rice, lamb meat, whole spices, dry fruits & saffron. The uniqueness of this pulao is that there is no vegetable in it.

What does Syoon mean?

Syoon or syun is a general term for cooked vegetables or meat that you eat with rice.

What are the other names for Syoon Pulaav?

Syoon pulaav is also called meat pulao.

What are the ingredients used for Syoon Pulaav?

Syoon Pulaav or Syun Pulao is made with basmati rice, meat, cinnamon, saffron, dry ginger,  ghee, cashew nuts and green cardamom among several other ingredients.

How do you make Syoon or Syun Pulaav?

Clean, wash and cut the mutton into one-inch sized cubes. Clean, wash and soak the rice in water for half an hour and drain. Peel, wash and finely chop onions. Soak saffron in one tablespoon of milk. Blanch almonds, peel and cut into slivers.

Pressure cook the mutton pieces with the ginger powder, aniseed powder, turmeric powder, salt and two cups of water till the meat is tender.

Heat the ghee in a vessel, add the cloves, black cardamoms, green cardamoms, cinnamon sticks and bay leaves and allow them to crackle. Add the chopped onions and fry them till golden brown.

Add the soaked rice and fry gently. Add the cooked meat with the stock, saffron and enough water and cover and cook the rice till done.

How do you serve Syun Pulaav?

Syoon pulaav is served during the wazwan to the invited guests. It may be prepared as a main meal and served with Kashmiri curry and chutney.

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