The most popular one pot meal cooked in Muslim homes almost every weekend is Tahri. Now Tahri can be cooked with various ingredients. It is basically spiced rice cooked along with various vegetables. If you do not have an option of adding vegetables, a simple Aloo Tahri is also loved by all. Teamed up with veg raita, salad and some pickles, Vegetable Tahri is something that is loved by both children as well as the adults in the family.
I have grown up eating Tahri almost every weekend, also there were times, when my mother just felt too lazy to cook anything, so my dad use to get inside the kitchen and come out with his very special vegetable Tahri and the while family use to enjoy it to the fullest. I personally love tahri a lot and also have some special memories attached, as this was my first cooked dish when i started my cooking lessons at home. Though the tahri was a disaster that time, but now i have mastered it well…. hehe! Usually we use cauliflower, peas, capsicums, carrots, beans, potatoes etc for making a healthy , filling veg tahri. But today i experimented it by adding some exotic veggies like broccoli and bell peppers. Yes i could have added potatoes as well, which i realized a bit late. But nevertheless this version of broccoli & bell pepper tahri came out really well and trust me we all licked our plates at the end.
Ok so now i guess i have described it enough, so just quickly get down to the recipe.