How to make Puliyogare?

how to make puliyogare

The answer to the question, "how to make puliyogare?" is, "With quality puliyogare powder as the main ingredient". A properly made puliyogare powder enables you prepare a tasty puliyogare. This very delicious south Indian vegetarian food is made from rice, puliyogare powder, tamarind paste, and other ingredients. Here are more reasons to learn how to make puliyogare:

The tanginess of the tamarind, crunchiness of the groundnuts, sweetness of the jaggery and, above all, the flavor and aroma of the puliyogare powder makes puliyogare an absolute delight to eat.

Garnish with fresh coconut gratings and chopped coriander leaves.

The two of the side dishes I like for puliyogare are cucumber raita and or coconut chutney. If you do not want to make these side dishes, just use fresh curd / yogurt. Or, use a slice of cucumber and tomato.

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What is a dish that can be eaten with puliyogare?

It is curd rice. These two rice delicacies are a treat to relish. In particular, for picnics or short tours, these two rice items should be on the list of foods to pack.

Here is info on how to make puliyogare powder.

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Quantity: 2 cups

1. Puliyogare powder 4-5 tablespoons
2. Oil 1 teaspoon
3. Tamarind, big lemon size
4. Jaggery 3-4 tablespoons
5. Salt to taste
6. Water, about 1 cup
7. Cooked rice, 2 cups

Ingredients for Tempering:

1. Oil 4 tablespoons
2. Mustard 1/2 teaspoon
3. Groundnut 2 tablespoons
4. Channa dal 1 teaspoon
5. Urad dal 1 teaspoon
6. Curry leaves 2 sprigs
7. Hing 1/8 teaspoon

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How to Cook the Rice?

1. Cook rice in a way that the cooked grains are not sticky.

Spread the rice on a plate to cool.

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How to make the Puliyogare Paste?

1. Soak tamarind in hot water for 10-15 minutes.

Squeeze the juice from the tamarind pulp.

Transfer the juice to a bowl.

Add a tablespoon of water to the pulp.

Repeat the process.
2. Heat the jaggery with a few tablespoons of water.

Cook till the jaggery dissolves.
3. Heat a teaspoon of oil in a kadai.
4. Add tamarind juice.


Strain jaggery syrup to the tamarind mixture.

Cook till the mixture thickens.
5. Add salt and mix.

Taste and adjust sweet / salt.

Cook till the mixture reaches sauce consistency.

Keep aside about 1 teaspoon of tamarind paste. Mix this paste with the prepared puliyogare for a more tangy taste.
6. Add 2-3 tablespoons of puliyogare powder.

Mix. Check for halwa consistency.

If required, add more powder to get the consistency.

Continue to mix for a minute.
7. Prepare the tempering, in another utensil, using the items given in the tempering table.
8. Add the tempering to the puliyogare powder mixture.

Mix thoroughly.

Switch off the stove.
9. Puliyogare paste, mix or gojju is ready.

How to make Puliyogare?

1. Add rice to a kadai or plate.

Add about 3/4 quantity of the puliyogare gojju.

Mix thoroughly. If required, add more gojju and or salt.
2. Puliyogare is ready.

Serve with curd-cucumber raita, coconut chutney or with a slice of cucumber and tomato.

how to make puliyogare

TIPS How to make Puliyogare?
1. Prepare puliyogare one hour before serving to allow the puliyogare to absorb the spices and to make it tastier.
2. To make the puliyogare tastier, after preparing it, add one teaspoon of gingelly (sesame seeds) oil or groundnut oil and mix.
3. For future use, you can prepare more puliyogare paste and store it in the room temperature for up to one week and in the refrigerator for at least three months.

Do note, however, how long the puliyogare paste remains in good condition in the fridge depends on the quality of oil.