Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Puliyogare ( Simple )

Puliyogare is a savoury dish and can be prepared with Rice , Beatan rice ( Awal, Awalakki or Povva) . Can be eaten for break fast, lunch or dinner.

cooked Rice : 1 cup
Tam rind : 2 to 3 Table spoons of pulp
Sesame seeds : 1 Table spoon.
Rasam powder : 2 table spoon.
Salt : to taste
Channa Daal : 1 Tea spoon
Curry leaves : 5 to 6 leaves
Black pepper : 3 to 4
Jaggary : 1 Table spoon
Mustard seeds 1 /2 Tea spoon
Urd daal : 1/2 Tea spoon
Ingh or asafotodia : a pinch
Ground Nuts : 1 Table spoon
Coconut : 2 Table spoon.
Turmeric powder: 1/4 Tea spoon.
Oil : 2 Table spoon.

Squeeze tamarind and take out the pulp. ( Soak tamarind in hot water for 5 minutes to squeeze out the pulp.) Roast sesame seeds for 2 to 3 minutes, black pepper for 1 minute and channa daal until it turns brown. Roast separately and when it is cool dry grind it together.
Keep a pan and heat for 1 minutes. Put tamarind pulp , jagary and salt. Let it boil and become thick paste . Add turmeric powder . When it becomes thick add 1 Table spoon of rasam powder. Mix well and remove from the pan.
Now Take a vessel and put oil and heat. Add mustard seeds , urd daal and let mustard seeds spurt. Add ground nuts and fry for 1 to 2 minutes , add curry leaves and ingh , stir and put off the fire . Remove the vessel from the fire and add cooked rice and prepared tamarind- jagary
paste. Add powdered sesame seeds, channa daal and black pepper mixture , add 1 table spoon oil and remaining rasam powder and coconut . Mix it thoroughly. Puliyogare is ready to serve.

Puliyogare paste can be prepared in large quantity and can be used later on to prepare puliyogare. You can add Cinnamon ( a small piece ) if you like. It gives different taste. Adding coconut gives the better taste. Can use powa ( Awal or Awalakki ) instead of rice.
Serves : 2
Method to prepare : Rasam powder
Coriander seeds : 2 table spoon
Methi 1/4 table spoon
Jeera1/4 table spoon
Red chillies : 5 to 6'
Ingh : a pinch
Curry leaves 8 to 10 leaves.
Dry roast all the ingredients one by one and dry grind it nicely. Your fresh rasam powder is ready to use.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Cheerful Lady! This came out really well!


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