Puliyogare Powder Recipe

puliyogare powder recipe

With this puliyogare powder recipe, prepare it to make a fine-tasting puliyogare. Dried red chilies, channa dal, urad dal and toor dal are among the key ingredients of this powder. Even though it takes some effort to make this item, use the puliyogare powder recipe that follows to make puliyogare powder at home, so the powder will be fresher.

Another benefit to know how to make puliyogare powder at home is you can tailor it to your taste preferences.

If you wish the puliyogare powder to be spicier, use Byadagi chilli and another hot variety chilli.

The puliyogare powder can also be used to make tastier gojju avalakki.

Store the puliyogare powder in air-tight glass bottle or steel box only.

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Make puliyogare, for breakfast, on some Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. Coconut chutney or cucumber raita are two of the side dishes with a good fit for the puliyogare.

Here is the info on how to make puliyogare instant mix.




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Quantity: About 1/2 cup of puliyogare powder to make about 4 cups of puliyogare

Ingredients:

1. Sesame seeds 1/2 tablespoon
2. Oil 1/4 teaspoon
3. Methi 1/4 teaspoon
4. Black pepper 1/4 teaspoon or 1 teaspoon, depending on your taste needs
5. Channa dal 1 tablespoon
6. Toor dal 1 tablespoon
7. Turmeric root, pieces, 2
8. Coriander seeds 1 tablespoon
9. Urad dal 1 tablespoon
10. Jeera 1 teaspoon
11. Dried red chilies 10-12
12. Mustard 1/4 teaspoon
13. Dry coconut gratings 2 tablespoons

How to make Puliyogare Powder?


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1. Set flame to low.

Heat a frying utensil.

Tip
Use a thick bottom utensil to prevent the ingredients from burning.
2. Fry sesame seeds till these splutter.

Transfer to a plate. Keep aside.
3. Add oil to the frying utensil.

Tip
If you are frying large quantities, initially set flame to medium. When the items color change to light golden brown, set flame to low. Continue to fry.

Add methi and pepper.

Fry till these change color.
4. Add chana and toor dal.

Fry till color of these begin to change.
5. Add all other items, except coconut, one by one, while frying.

Fry till the dals turns golden brown.

Add coconut and mix.

Switch off the stove.

Fry for a few more seconds.

Keep aside to cool.
6. Grind all the items to a powder.

Mix.

Puliyogare powder is ready.

how to make puliyogare powder



TIPS How to make Puliyogare Powder
1. The use of toor dal is optional. Note, however, the puliyogare made from powder, without toor dal, may be spicier.
2. Use 1/4 teaspoon of turmeric powder, in Step 5, along with coconut gratings, if you do not have turmeric roots.