Karnataka style puliyogare or puliyodharai or tamarind rice recipe explained with step by step pictures. This is yet another extremely popular breakfast recipe in Karnataka. In this Karnataka style puliyogare recipe I have not used rasam powder instead fresh spices are roasted and powdered. This is an authentic puliyogare or tamarind rice recipe shared by my dear friends Yashoda and Harsha. I am lucky to have friends from different region of Karnataka. They are just awesome and getting recipes is not a difficult task for me. I hardly peep into other blogs for the recipe. Instead I approach my friends or a right person for the recipe.
In Karnataka, there are two types of puliyogare recipes are in practice. First one is Iyengar style puliyogare and the second one is this puliyogare recipe. I have also got the Iyengar style puliyogare recipe and Iyengar style puliyogare gojju from my another friend Vanishri, which I have posted already. This type of puliyogare recipe is in practice across Bengaluru-Mysuru-Tumkur region of Karntaka. My friend Yashoda says we can also add little toor dal and ground nuts while roasting the ingredients to enhance the taste.
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Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 20 min
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