Rice Recipes From Jeyashri’s Kitchen

I love rice! And I have a ton of rice recipes to share with you. These include Carrot rice, One pot chicken and rice, and Salted cashews. So let’s get started! What are your favorite rice recipes? Tell us in the comments below! You can also follow along on Facebook and Twitter for more tips and tricks! And don’t forget to subscribe!

Rice Recipes From Jeyashri’s Kitchen

Carrot rice

Known as “carrot rice”, this dish is a favorite of vegetarians. Adding carrots to rice is a healthy way to get more vitamin A and C into your diet. The ingredients for this recipe are relatively simple. All you need is carrots, rice, turmeric powder, and a bit of salt. It’s easy to make, and the results are sure to please.

You can prepare this dish in a flash with an easy rice recipe. To make it even easier, you can use a food processor to rice the carrot to a grated texture. This dish is healthy and looks great on the plate. It can also be packed for lunch as leftover rice is just as delicious! It can be eaten warm or cold, and it’s a perfect option to pack in a lunchbox!

One pot chicken and rice

A one-pot chicken and rice recipe is the ultimate dish-washing nightmare! It’s delicious, with Cajun-style flavors and homemade ingredients. But before you get excited, I’ll explain how you can make it! Let’s start with the rice. Mix the rice with water and salt. Pour in the chicken thighs, sausage, and juices. Top with green onions and minced parsley.


This classic Azerbaijani dish is best prepared using long-grain rice, which should be rinsed. Adding a few bay leaves and turmeric to the mixture also adds flavor and texture. Plov is best served warm. Using a Dutch oven is recommended for best results. Plov should be served with pickled vegetables, a salad, and oil.

The classic plov recipe requires several hours of cooking and is freezer-friendly. It uses enriched, parboiled long grain rice. This type of rice isn’t the healthiest, but it does hold up well in plov. For this recipe, make sure to soak the rice in cold water before cooking. Then, rinse the rice with plenty of cold water. You can do this while the rest of the dish is cooking.

Salted cashews

Salted cashews in rice is an excellent Indian snack or side dish. The nuts give this dish an irresistible flavor. You can find different recipes in Jeyashri’s kitchen. Those that call for cashews as an ingredient can find these below. These are great for breakfast, snack, or dinner.

One pot plov

If you’re looking for a one-pot chicken and rice recipe, try this delicious dish. It’s full of flavor and spices and freezes well. The best part? You can make plov in advance and store it in the freezer for a quick meal any time. Make sure to use enriched, parboiled long grain rice. This rice won’t keep your body as healthy as the other kinds, but it is perfectly safe to freeze.

The best part about this dish is that it reheats well, making it a great meal for the next day. For a larger crowd, you can double the recipe and cook it in a second pot on the stovetop. When cooking, you’ll need about 1.5 hours. The Beef Rice Pilaf recipe is a versatile option.

The first step in this recipe is to prepare the rice. Add salt and pepper. Push the garlic head into the rice, then pour the warm water directly over the rice. Use a wooden spoon to poke holes in the rice, so the flavor can evenly spread. Next, set the pressure cooker to high pressure. After 30 minutes, it is time to let it naturally depressurize, which will take about 10 minutes. Once the rice is cooked, remove the garlic head and discard it. You can leave the garlic cloves in the pot if you like.

Brown rice

Brown rice is a great alternative to white rice because it has more nutrients and is healthier for you. However, cooking brown rice is different from white rice because it cooks slower. This video shows you two different ways to cook brown rice. After cooking it for 45 minutes, fluff it with a fork, and let it sit for 5 minutes. Then you can serve it.

You can also toast brown rice. It does not change the texture, but it gives it a toasted flavor. Brown rice has a nutty, earthy flavor. This is why it is perfect for stir-frying. However, it is not necessary to toast brown rice to achieve the toasted flavor. You can cook it as you normally would and it will still taste delicious.

For the thyme version, you can use dried thyme. Use one-third the amount of fresh thyme. That means, one teaspoon of dried thyme for every one tablespoon of fresh herb. Sauteed garlic and onions add flavor to brown rice. Don’t forget to season it well. If you’re feeling adventurous, try combining turmeric with other herbs like thyme.