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Monday, May 16, 2011

MANGO PULIHORA/ MANGO RICE

MAMIDIKAYA PULIHORA:Summer..being a season of mangoes,we can do this recipe instantly within half an hour.


  • Materials:
  • Rice 2 cups
  • Grated raw mango-1cup
  • Salt to taste
Seasoning:
  • Oil 2 to 3 tbsps
  • Mustard seeds 1 spoon
  • Methi seeds1 pinch
  • Red chillies 2 to 3 nos (made into slits)
  • Urad dal 1 spoon
  • Channa daal 1 spoon
  • Cashewnuts or groundnuts-1/2 cup
  • Turmeric powder a little
  • Hing a pinch
  • Curry leaves a few
  • Green chillies 5 to 6 nos -made in to slits
Method:
  • Pressure Cook rice first.The rice and water should be in the ratio of 1:2.
  • After done,let it cool.
  • Meanwhile,place a pan on the stove,add oil to it.After the oil is  heated, add channa daal,urad daal,ground nuts,redchilli slits,mustard seeds ,methi seeds etc. one by one ,saute well..let them fry to medium brown colour..
  • Lastly add green chilli slits,and curry leaves,then  switch it off,after 1 min,take care while frying the curry leaves,coz they will splutter.
  • Add the grated mamidikaya ,haldhi,and salt with the cooked rice, mix well according to your taste.If you want less sourness add less amount of grated mango,but if you want it more sour and tasty,add more qty of grated raw mangoto the cooked rice.
  • Lastly add the total seasoning to the rice.And mix it well.Mango pulihora tastes yummy.
TIP:
  • If you want to store it for a day i.e. both for supper and dinner also, then fry the grated mango in 1 tsp of oil for 5 mins in medium fire,saute well then switch it off.And after it turns cool then add into the rice.Like this it will retain for 1 day in indian atmosphere.
  • I prepare this atleast  once a week in the season of mangoes.

8 comments:

  1. Absolutely delectable ~ I could eat that whole thing! :)
    US Masala

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  2. Wonderful recipe.. looks so tempting and perfect.. thanks for sharing :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Tongue tickling pulihora...simply inviting..

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  4. Wow tempting and delicious,looks so inviting.

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  5. This is one of our family favorites! And i love that tangy tingling taste raw mango brings to it!!
    Lovely recipe!!

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  6. I soooo love the tang of raw mangoes in recipes--lip-smacking rice!

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  7. Awesome ...looks yum!
    it gives me a kinda... poha feel..
    with all those spices and peanuts..
    wud try!

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