Monday, June 20, 2011

Pulihara - Variety 2 or Puliyogare (with sesame powder)


Puliyogare or Pulihara is the most famous south Indian dish. Puliyogare or Pulihara is made for every festival in almost all the south Indian homes. This variety of Pulihara  or Puliyogare is usually made in Tamil nadu. The use sesame powder gives a very nice taste to the Pulihara or Puliyogare. In some temples  also they make  puliyougare  with  sesame oil and sesame powder.


Ingredients for making Puliyogare or Pulihara:
Rice 2 cups or Cooked rice 4 cups
Tamarind paste 1 cup (thick)
Green Chillies 6
Ginger 2 inch piece
Chana Dal(Senaga pappu) 2 teaspoons
Urad Dal(Menapa pappu ) 2 teaspoons
Red chillies 10 to 15
Mustard seeds 2 teaspoons
Curry leaves 2 strings
Corinader powder 2 teaspoons
Nuvvulu or sesame powder 2 tablespoons
Cashews Handful
Turmeric ½ teaspoon
Hing 2 pinches
Oil 1 cup
Salt as needed

Pre Preparation for making Puliyogare
1. Take 2 cup of rice and cook it by adding 4 cups of water. 
2. Soak tamarind in hot water and make a paste of it. 
3. Dry roast sesame seeds for about 5 mniutes and make a powder of it
4. Cut green chilli into length wise. Cut ginger into very small pieces.

Preparation for making Puliyogare:
Heat a pan and add oil after oil is heated turn to medium low flame add chana dal, urad dal, mustard seeds, cashews, red chillies,  hing, curry leaves, green chillies and ginger fry till the urad dal becomes into golden color. Mix well. Add the sesame powder and salt to it and mix well.
Add turmeric powder and coriander powder to it and mix well. Now add the tamarind juice. Mix well and let it cook for 5 minutes in low flame.
Spread the cooked rice a big bowl. Let the rice cool for a while or else the rice will split while mixing the above tadka. Add the tadka to the rice and mix well. 

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14 comments:

aipi said...

I love this rice ~ tongue tickling n delicious preparation!
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Nitha said...

a delicious meal..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Love it :)

Krithi's Kitchen said...

All time favorite.. beautifully done..

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Reshmi Mahesh said...

Yummy rice....

Sobha Shyam said...

delicious and yummy rice..love it..

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Suman Singh said...

simple yet delicious one pot meal.

julie said...

yummy rice..always my favourite in long trips in trains as it remains fresh longer than any other version..
love to have that!

Sunanda said...

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Vimitha Anand said...

We usually make this for our travel... Looks tangy and yum...

Priya said...

My favourite puilyogare, love it very much,can survive for many days with this flavourful rice..

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

Puliyogare is my favorite !! u made it perfect and looks delicious !!

divya said...

looks very tempting n yummy

Vemula Madhu said...

nice recipes
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