Jul 21, 2009

PULIYOGARE --- KARNATAKA STYLE TAMARIND RICE

Tamarind rice, Pulihora or Puliyogare is a traditional rice recipe which we south Indians prepare for some special occasions like festivals and marriage functions, but with little difference in the recipe. We Andhra people makes it with plain tamarind juice with out any masala, in Tamilnadu and Karnataka they make it with a flavor full masala powder. As Asha said there are many version s in this recipe and here I tried Asha s Karnataka style Puliyogare (Karnataka style tamarind rice) Thank you so much Asha for this aromatic yummy Puliyogare recipe we enjoyed it. And here is the recipe I didn't change any ingredient. Here I gooo………..
INGREDIENTS:----
FOR PULIYOGARE POWDER: ---
Coriander seeds – 2 tab sp
Cumin seeds – 1 tea sp
Dry red chilies – 3 no.
Mustard seeds – 1 tea sp
Fenugreek seeds – 1 tea sp
Channa dal --- 2 tea sp
Urad dal – 1 tea sp
Pepper corns – 1 tea sp
Turmeric powder – 1/2 tea sp
Asafetida – 1/4 tea sp
Roast all above ingredients with out oil in a fry pan and grind in to a fine powder and leave a side

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2ND POWDER:--
Sesame seeds – 1 tab sps
Dry coconut – 2 tab sps
Dry roast these two ingredients too and grind in to a powder and leave a side.
FOR RICE:--
Sona masoori rice – 2 cups
Wash and soak rice for 10 min and cook till done and spread on a plate to cool.
FOR TAMARIND JUICE:--
Tamarind juice – 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Sugar to taste
FOR SEASONING:--
Oil --- 1 tab sp
Mustard seeds – 1/2 tea sp
Chanadal --- 1 tea sp
Peanuts – 2 tab sp
Dry red chili – 1 broken
Few curry leaves

METHOD:----
1. Heat oil in a fry pan add mustard seeds let them popup then add chana dal, pea nuts, dry red chili and curry leaves let them fry till light golden color then add the tamarind juice and boil till raw smell disappears.
2. Now add the 1 masala and cook till it become thick and oil floats on top.
Then now add the 2nd powder, salt to taste and sugar mix well and remove from heat and let it cool
3. Add this puliyogare paste to cooked rice (according to your taste, if any left over puliyogare paste is the after you use just keep it in the fridge and you can use it when you want.) mix well to combine the rice and puliyogare paste mix well and serve with plain curd. (Yogurt)

CHECK MY ANDHRA STYLE PULIHORA HERE
THIS KARNATAKA STYLE PULIYOGARE IS FOR TRIED AND TASTED HOSTED BY ZLAMUSHKA'S AND THIS MONTH'S GUEST HOSTED BY ASHWINI'S SPICY CUISINE

27 comments:

Varunavi said...

Spicy puliyohara rekha,looking yummy :)

Hari Chandana said...

Wow.. looks spicy and delicious... awesome job dear!!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks delicious. Can smell the aroma from the photo.

Curry Leaf said...

Looks hot and spicy.Love the way you clicked.Too perfect click for a perfect dish

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow....looks delectable...love the arrangement of rice...adding powder is something new...love that color....i can see that dahi ki mirchi in the pic...which is more tempting.....

Ann said...

Ha,brilliant presentation Rekha..Puliyogare is my fav as well dear...

Prathibha said...

I prepare it in the same way..looks yummy..

Aparna Prabhu said...

Akka my hubby loves puliyogare and my MIL prepares yumm......m sure urs tasted yum yum too......isn't this unfair u eat alone vthout this small girl :(

Sailaja Damodaran said...

i love puliyohara....

Gita said...

Nice presentation Rekha...your preparation is different for me...I have to try your version soon :)

Kalaivani said...

one of my fav dish.Delicious rice.

Priti said...

Looks yum...nice click Rekha

radha said...

Seems delicious. Is the Karnataka style the famous Iyengar Puliyogare? Accompanied with papads and raitha it is a great meal.

Valarmathi said...

Spicy puliyogare. Looks yummy.

Nithya said...

Presentation is great. looks like puliyogare cake ;) yummy yummy..

Lisa said...

This is certainly packed full of flavour. Lovely presentation too!

Nithya Praveen said...

Looks yummy...we make this often when we are off to any picnics or an train journey....nice pic:)

Ashwini said...

adding second powder is new to me.. nice one.. will try this method

Parita said...

Lovely presentation, I am planning to make this tomorrow for lunch :)

LG said...

ummmm...I can smell the aroma of puliyogare kanri..waah!

Sanghi said...

ooooo... yummy one! I love the presentation and clicks! Do check my blog for the FIL event and a visual treat to Malaysia!

sangi said...

xllnt presentation!
puliyogare sounds spicy&delicious...nce click!

Sireesha said...

I'm smacking my lips at the thought of eating this :)

DEESHA said...

I love puliyogare .. nice pic

Usha said...

Looks spicy and yum !

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Hema said...

This is my hubby's favorite.. lovely presentation