Puliyogare Mix is an Andhra speciality, used as a condiment with many recipes. Learn how to make/prepare Puliyogare Mix by following this easy recipe.
Puliyogare Mix Recipe
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• 1 cup fresh Coconut (shredded)
• 4 tsp Coriander Seeds
• 2 tsp Peppercorns
• A pinch of Hing (Asoefetida)
• 4 tsp Peanuts (shelled and skinned)
• 2 tsp Mustard Seeds
• 12 Red Chilies
• 4 tsp White Sesame Seeds
• 2 sprigs Curry Leaves
• 2 tsp Urad Dal (black gram dal)
• 1 tsp Channa Dal (Bengal gram dal)
• 8 tsp Oil/Ghee
• 1-1/2 cups thick Tamarind Juice
• 1 small piece Jaggery/1 tsp Sugar
• 2 tsp Cumin Seeds
How to make Puliyogare Mix:
Roast the coconut and set aside.
Roast coriander, cumin, 6 red chillies, 1 sprig curry leaves, pepper, asoefetida, 1 tsp mustard, 2 tsp sesame seeds, 1/2 tsp channa dal,1 tsp urad dal and 2 tsp peanuts, one by one, till they begin to release aroma.
Cool down and grind in a food processor, to make a fine powder. Set aside.
Mix in roasted coconut and blend once again. Set aside.
Heat some oil and put the remaining mustard seeds, red chilies, urad dal, channa dal, peanuts, sesame seeds and curry leaves.
Add tamarind juice and salt/jaggery when the seeds begin to splutter. Mix well and add salt to taste.
As the liquid begins to boil, add powdered masala and continue to simmer, till you get a sticky masala.
Heat through and cool.
You can store it for a month in an airtight container, in the refrigerator.
Mix the masala with plain cooked rice to make puliyogare.
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