The Pulihora pulusu’s a traditional Andhra / Telangana food recipe. This part of India’s so much around sour ‘n spice that neither can one escape chillies, nor sour. The sourness is usually brought in by lime or tamarind. It does take a bit getting used to the general sourness ‘n chilly in the food. But that’s how it’s here. In fact, tamarind rice does also exist in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. But it’s usually served as a rice dish. Extra tamarind along with the rice’s a very Andhra/Telangana food thingi.
This recipe’s by Swapna, a homemaker from Suryapet in Nalgonda district of Telangana. She makes very tasty typical home-style Telangana food. Most of it learnt from her mom. I licked my fingers dry when I had the pulihora pulusu that she made.
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