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Thursday, January 24, 2008
Learnt From: My mom makes in this way only. But my friend Kalyani told me the recipe how to make.
Serving for: 2 People as a part of the meal.
Vegetable Mango (Sour) --- 1
Raw – Rice --- ½ cup (125 ml)
Green Chilies --- 8
Salt --- as per taste
Peanuts --- 1 ½ tblsn
Channa Dal --- 1 tblsn
Urad Dal --- 1 ½ tsp
Mustard Seeds --- 1 tsp
Whole Red chilies --- 2
Curry Leaves --- a few
Clean ½ cup of raw rice with water. Add double the water (1 cup --- 250 ml) to rice. Cook rice as you cook generally to make plain rice.
In the mean while, peel the skin of the mango and grate the flesh of the mango. Keep that aside.
Slit green chilies to half. Keep them aside.
When the rice is done. Make the rice separate.
Heat 2 tblsn of oil in a pan. Add and toast peanuts, channa dal, urad dal, mustard seeds and whole red chilies.
Transfer the seasoning to the rice.
Add a pinch of turmeric powder to the rice.
In the same pan add 2 more tblsn of oil and heat it.
Stir fry green chilies and curry leaves.
Add them to the rice and mix well.
Now add half of the grated raw mango to the rice. (Don’t cook or fry the grated mango.) Mix well. See the taste and add the rest of the grated mango if required. Mix well. Here in US mangoes are not tht sour. For me for half cup of raw rice it takes full mango. Depending on the sourness of the mango add the grated.
Just tht’s it. Now mango pulihora is ready to be served.
I like this mango pulihara very much.