Will Tehri do?

19 Responses

  1. Vinodini says:

    I never knew that pulav was called Tehri. I love one pot meals, especially the rice ones like pulav, khichdi and tomato rice. Simple yet flavorful.

  2. Matlab says:

    It is popular in Bihar

  3. My Era says:

    I make Tehri all the time and used to call it Taahiri as a kid 🙂
    This is my favorite for dinner in winters with added goodness of season’s best vegetables. That picture inspired me to make some today itself.
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  4. Nabanita says:

    I first had it when I was in hostel in Gorakhpur. We used to get it every Saturday afternoon with papad and achaar. I loved it. Never missed it. A one pot rice meal, there are few things better than that 😊

  5. Amrita Basu says:

    This sounds like good old family favourite. Quick one pot meals like these are great fun

  6. SHILPA GARG says:

    KG calls it Taahiri too and he makes it so yummmmmm… We sometimes make more rice just to make Taahiri the next day!

  7. I had never heard of Tehri, till I read your post, Parul. Sounds like a comfort food. I should try making it sometime.

  8. ila says:

    Oh yes! It’s a favorite at my place – adn especially that crunchy last bit. 🙂 loved to learn that it is that way with others as well! 😀

  9. Never heard of it, Parul. But my tummy craves for it. Such a yummy look it was. Please make a parcel for me this first time and then I will make it for me next times.
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  10. Tehri is the comfort food for UPites and since I am rooted in UP, tehri used to form a regular part of my family’s meal menus. I loved it with curd. Nowadays, it goes by a somewhat posh name ‘The pulao’. Thankd for reminding me my Tehri days.

  11. Haven’t heard of it at all before today, honestly 🙂 But it definitely sounds like something I would try!
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  12. It is a favorite of mine. Not only in Eastern UP but elsewhere too. In fact, it is the most popular recipe on my food blog. ☺️ It will always do.

  13. Obsessivemom says:

    Oh yes I know Tehri. It’s a favourite with us. And we fight over that last bit that sticks to the pot. It becomes crisp and crunchy and even more delicious.

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