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Pulihora: Rice Recipe for Ugadi

 Pulihora is one of those festive foods that are brewed in the kitchen on any auspicious occasion. Ugadi being the new year day for Karnataka and Andhra is just another special reason to prepare this Indian rice recipe. As the festival is South Indian, the recipe too is likewise. Pulihora can be described in simple terms as tamarind rice. This Indian rice recipe is primarily spiced up with tamarind but that is not all.

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Pulihora/ Puliyodharai

 Pulihora is a common dish in almost all South Indian homes. It is called by different names in different regions. Tamarind sourness dominates the rice and is seasoned with green chilies, the w fried peanuts, cashews and curry leaves. Pulihora finds its place as a main delicacy during all festive occasions and is also offered as the ‘divine’ prasadam in many Hindu temples.

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