Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Pachi Pulusu

Pachi Pulusu is an unheated version of pulusu. This is a prominent and traditional Andhra dish prepared using simple ingredients like tamarind, onions, redchiilies, and jaggery.



I had this dish after long time this weekend. My grandmom used to make this  tasty pulusu when we were kids. I learnt this recipe from my friend Tulasi.


This is basically a raw tamarind soup. And can be prepared very easily which can be served with hot steamed rice, mudda pappu along with papads.



Ingredients:

Red Chillies – 4-5 no
Onion – 1 no
Jeera – 1 tsp
Jaggery granted – 1 tsp
Salt – As required
Tamarind – small lemon size

Preparation
  • Fry Red chilies in a pan without oil for 2-3 minutes.
  • In a large mixing bowl take chopped onions, jeera, jaggery.
  • Add extracted tamarind juice to it.

  • Add water if required (based on the tanginess of pulusu) and mix well
  • Mash the fried red chillies and add them to the above tamarind water.
  • Serve with hot rice. 
Sending this to Only South Indians hosted by Pari, Bon Vivant Moments - Savory hosted by Sumee, Comfort Food hosted by Resh and to my event CC: Vegan Diet - Only Plant Based 

34 comments:

  1. Amazing presentation sravani.....pachhi pulusu is my mother in lawa's favorite preparation.....yours looks so tempting.

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  2. Woww.. very delicious and authentic recipe.. looks too good dear.. :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Lovely.. We usually make this day before Atlataddi. It will be nice to eat with Gongura pickle rice and PAchhi pulusu. Ultimate combination

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  4. what a simple yet delicious pulusu sravs... lovely clicks too

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  5. Have heard of this but never tried it, looks awesome, nice presentation..

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  6. Amazing flavors in that yummy pulusu

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  7. very delicious rasam..I simply love this

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  8. Nice recipe to me...Innovative.

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  9. wow such an delicious rasam type..

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  10. Wow this is delicious. Love it.. Thanks

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  11. Great clicks there.
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  12. very authentic recipe dear....

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  13. Slurpppp!
    I like to try traditional recipes and this is mind blowing.

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  14. nice recipe. photos looks perfect

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  15. Pachi pulusu looks so delicious.

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  16. Pulusu sounds interesting,authentic recipe..thanks for sharing.

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  17. I am sure this tangy curry would taste wonderful as the picture itself is so tempting.

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  18. looks yummy n perfectly done..nice.i liked that pot n ur idea..
    Maha

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  19. tangy curry...looks awesome..interesting dish.New to mes

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  20. Very yum pulusu....we make it in combo with kichidi.....

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  21. lovely pics.... new recipe to me

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  22. This looks like 'Jal jeera" from Punjab..totally love it .Will be trying out very soon ! Thanks for sharing :)

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  23. This is very much new to me.....name also quite different....very interesting..will try this..book marked

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  24. This is a new recipe to me Sravani..but love its simplicity..bookmarked.

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  25. Wow, great clicks and amazing recipe. Thanks for linking it to 'Only' but the link that you have added is of Andhra Special Junnu, so I got very confused initially.


    FOODELICIOUS

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