Not long before, we visited 'Royalseema ruchulu' restaurant at Hyderabad, I must admit that 'Nattukodi pulao' was an real FAB. We continued to order pulao twice, thrice.... :) After relishing their hot, fiery pulao, blogger part of mine desired to make an 'silent try' :) As thought, I continued making the pulao with hard-boiled eggs, pulao was fantastic. Here, I also share one useful trick for cooking the rice with correct texture. Also try to cook basmati rice in an wide-mouthed vessel, so that they dont become mushy and stay like separate grains.
Egg pulao can also be an 'hit' in your family. Try them ideally on an week-day lunch once before an exotic week-end lunch :D I garnished this egg pulao with mint leaves, one slice/wedge of egg along with deep fried onions. I had them, as such. Every bite was flavourful and tempting. My daughter, Varsha who doesn't eat spicy food also carved an special interest to this pulao. This is an easy and tempting alternative to our usual home-made biriyani. Do try them :D