Karnataka Tamarind Rice

I got this recipe from one of my friend who is in Bangalore. Karnataka Tamarind Rice is a slight variation from the normal and traditional tamarind rice. The main difference is the powder we prepare and also the grated coconut. We can serve karnataka tamarind rice with any fried vegetable or a sutta appalam.

There are many other variations in making the Pulikachal / Puliyodharai Rice. Some of the popular puliyodharai/pulihora rice recipes are given in the link below.

Karnataka Tamarind Rice
Karnataka Tamarind Rice

Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time 20 mins

Tamarind1 lemon size
Cooked Rice1 Cup
SaltTo Taste
Grated Coconut2 tablespoon
Hinga small pinch
Turmeric1/4 teaspoon

Ingredients For Seasoning:
Mustard Seeds1 teaspoon
Channa dal1 teaspoon
Split Urid dal1 teaspoon
Peanuts1 teaspoon
Red Chillies2
Curry LeavesFew
Oil1 teaspoon

Ingredients For Grinding:
Red Chillies6-7
Fenugreek Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Oil1 teaspoon

  1. Soak tamarind in water and extract thick tamarind juice and keep it aside
  2. Heat oil in a pan, add red chillies and fenugreek and fry it till it turns golden brown and add this to mixer and grind it to a nice powder

  3. Heat remaining oil in pan, add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds starts to sputter, add dals and peanuts and fry it till the dals and peanuts turn to golden brown color

  4. Add broken red chillies and curry leaves and mix well

  5. Now add the tamarind extract and add salt, hing and turmeric and mix well. Allow the tamarind juice to boil till the raw smell goes off

  6. Add the ground powder and mix well and keep in medium flame for another 5 minutes. 

  7. When the tamarind gravy starts to thicken, add grated coconut and mix well and keep in low flame for another 2 minutes and remove from flame

  8. Add cooked rice to the tamarind gravy and adjust the salt

  9. Mix the rice nicely using a wooden spatula. Gently mix it so that the rice doesn't get smashed

  10. Serve the yummy and spicy tamarind rice with appalam or any pappad
Karnataka Tamarind Rice
Karnataka Tamarind Rice

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Looks yummy & inviting.. A lovely inviting one..

Is it the freshly grated cocnut ?



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