12 October, 2011

Puzhi Satham/Puliyodharai





Time for Blog hopping.This time i was little late for posting my recipe.Hope,everybody know's about the event.For new visitors....,event started by Radhika from "Tickling Palates". 


For this week, i paired with Jayashri from "samayalarai-Cookingisdivine.blogspot.com".She's having sooo... many recipes in her blog.Was little confused...to select the recipe.Finally i decided to make Puzhi Satham/Puliyogare,My hubs Favorite. Many times he used ask me to prepare a spicy Puzhi Satham.I wont like more spicy  one,so i wont make :-) when i checked her recipe...it looks very flavorful and Yum...I tried and the result's  was too gud.


Let's see the recipe, 


Recipe for Pulikaichal:
Ingredients:


  1. Cooked rice-1 and half cups
  2. Tamarind -Small lemon size ball
  3. Turmaric powder-1/4 teaspoon
  4. Jaggery- 1 teaspoon
How to make Tamarind juice:
  • Wash tamarind in water first.Take out seeds and all waste things from it.
  • Take 1 cup of water ,put the tamarind and microwave it for 2 mins.
  • Once it cools,strain the juice using hands or filter.
  • Otherwise pour some hot water on washed tamarind,allow to cool. And follow the same.

For Tempering:
  1. Mustard seeds- 1 tablespoon
  2. Curry leaves - 1 string
  3. Peanuts- 2 tablespoon
  4. Red chillies-5 
  5. Channa dal-3 tablespoon
  6. Urad dal-4 tablespoon
  7. Hing- Little
To Roast & Grind:
  1. Red chillies-4 nos
  2. Methi seeds/Fenugreek seeds-3/4 teaspoon
  3. Urad dal-1 table spoon
  4. Channa dal-2 tablespoon
  5. Pepper corns- 1/2 teaspoon
Method:
  1. Roast all ingredients under "to roast & grind" list,in 1/2 teaspoon of oil.
  2. Allow it to cool down,then make in to a powder form.
  3. Now heat a wider kadai with 3 table spoon of sesame oil.
  4. Splutter all ingredients  one-by-one,  under tempering list.
  5. Roast all ingredients well in the oil,add the tamarind juice in it.
  6. Cook it for 5 mns in medium flame.
  7. Once raw smells goes from the mixture slowly add the ground spice powder to Tamarind mixture.
  8. Mix well with the spoon,after adding the spice powder the mixture will goes in to a thick form.Switch off the stove.
  9. Now the basic Puliogare mix's ready.
  10. Take some amount of the mixture and mix with the white rice.Mix gently to cover all white rice.





  • Let it rest for minimum 30mns before eating.



  • I served with Potato Podimas.

    Note:
    • Adjust spiciness to your taste.Add are decrease the amount of red chilly.
    • Use only Sesame oil,for exact taste.
    Recipe goes to Tickling Plates,Check "here" to see what out Co-Bloggers doing..


    17 comments:

    1. Puliyogare looks very inviting........delicious

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    2. Delicious ...looks just so perfect

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    3. Looks super good..:) It is such a life saver during busy weekdays..Tangy goodness..
      Reva

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    4. Love this delicious tangy rice..

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    5. like the spice mix...me too use spice mix for my puli sadham...love it!!!

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    6. First time here…This looks really delicious...Following your blog straight away..If you have time Check out my blog too..

      Aarthi
      http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/
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    7. Tried it... Came much much better than what I used to cook... Nandri.

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    8. Typical south indian dish ..i love it

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    9. Thanks a lot Kumaresh!! Really really that u liked the dish.Try more recipes ,any doubt plz give a call.

      Thanks again :)

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