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August 3, 2010

Maramarala Pulihora ~ Puffed Rice With Tamarind


Borugula Pulihora (Pulusu Borugulu) ~ Puffed Rice with Tamarind

Ingredients :


Puffed Rice : 5 cups
Tamarind : lime size ball
Mustard Seeds : 1 tsp
Chana Dal : 1 tsp
Urad Dal : 1 tsp
Green Chillies : 2
Red Chillies : 2
Handful of Ground nuts
Cashews : 5 - 10
A pinch of Hing
Curry Leaves : 2 stems
Turmeric Powder : 1/4 tsp
Oil : 2 tbsp
Salt to taste

Method :

Soak the tamarind in water for 10 minutes, then squeeze the extract out of it and set aside. Soak the puffed rice in water for two minutes and drain it to remove all excess water and keep aside. Heat two table spoons of oil in a wide vessel. Add the mustard seeds,urad dal, chana dal and ground nuts and fry them. When they start to splutter add the cashews, curry leaves, hing, chopped green chillies and red chillies and fry for a few minutes. Now add the tamarind pulp, salt and turmeric powder. Fry the mixture till oil comes out. When the tamarind pulp becomes thick, add soaked puffed rice and mix well. Let it cook for 2 minutes on a medium flame and remove from the flame. Serve hot.

30 comments:

  1. Muramura looks very yummy.I too love this.

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  2. This looks yumm. Very innovative idea to make pulihora with puffed rice. It will be a nice tangy and spicy snack.

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  3. Puffed rice pulihora looks delicious I love this one with evening tea.

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  4. Puffed rice puliyogara is new..Looks lovely Hari chandana...

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  5. Marmarala tho chinthapandu pulihora kuda chhestharani teleedhu chanadana,chaaaala bavundhi..

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  6. nice click..looks so perfect and yummy!!

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  7. New one for me!
    Looks and sounds yummy.
    Will def give it a shot, one of these days.

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  8. Looks delicious and inviting!

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  9. marmarala pulihora chala bagundi ...meeru tisina click kuda chala adhirindhi :)...bookmark chesanu ..thanks for sharing dear

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  10. Addming tamarind is new for me and looks very interesting

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  11. wow, wow, that looks delicious and beautiful !!!

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  12. i love puliyodhurai... and it looks awesome....

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  13. This is a different kind of pulihora. Should try it. We get such huge packs of Murmura. Good recipe to try out.

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  14. One of my all time fav. Looks yummy and inviting.

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  15. maramarala pulihara.. eppudu vinnaledhu.. kaani chustunte noruuripothundhii.. very tempting clicks.. very happy to found u.. following u...keep in touch dear

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  16. Awesome click.. Look delicious as well...

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  17. there is a award waiting for u in my blog

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  18. Totally new dish for me...bookmarking it ! Might try tomorrow...

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  19. thats so delicious one hari.puffed rice pulihora .. i like to have pulihora with rasam.. yummy combo..

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  20. I had a idea of making it with thick poha.....:) but my pulioggare powder got over.... so as soon as i have it i will make this :)

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  21. Sounds really cool,you have cooked it perfect,looks delicious and tempting!

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  22. Never tried this way for puffed rice,it surely must be yummy...

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  23. never had puffed rice like this. looks perfectly tangy tongue tickling for the season. yum!

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  24. I love this snack type dish, we make it too, but a dry form where we dont add tamarind, just peanuts, green chilly and the tampering and puffed rice, kind of a mixture. I havent seen this type , first time :)

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  25. tamarind would definitely add a tangy twist to the murmura

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  26. Another new dish for me ...i make a dry snack with similar flavors but this wet poha like dish is certainly worth trying...

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