I was fortunate enough to be asked to do a guest post on www.thisoldgal.com and I choose to make a Pressure Cooker Kheema Pulao that was posted today!
I was so nervous when Jill asked me to create a recipe for her site! I mean, this is Jill we’re talking about–This Old Gal–someone who is well-know, and has a huge following, and justifiably so.
People always say they love making her recipes because they know her recipe work and are tested. I test mine extensively too as you know, so I appreciate others who make the effort to ensure they’re putting out a quality product.
I was worried that nothing I could come up with would be good enough to post for her. I kept trying to come with crazy ideas that would be “the thing”—and failing.
It took me weeks to get over my nervousness and just cook. Once I decided to stop worrying and just do what I love, which is to make easy, tasty meals that I think people can proudly feed their families—well this Kheema pulao came together really easily after that.
If you like my Pressure Cooker Ground Beef Shawarma and Rice recipe, you will likely also enjoy this Kheema pulao recipe.
Note that a kheema Pulao is different from a biryani. It’s a simpler, but equally flavorful preparation, and the spices, rice, and ground beef all cook together.
Here’s a visual glossary of most of the ingredients I used in this recipe.
I would like to invite you to go check out this Pressure Cooker Kheema Pulao recipe–and while you’re at it, check out some of her other great recipes. I’ve been eying her Greek Keftedes recipe for days, and plan to make it soon. I’m also very intrigued by her Pumpkin Curry Chicken recipe–sounds perfect for this time of year!
By the way, if you’re looking for other Indian recipes, check out my best selling book Indian Instant Pot Cookbook on Amazon!