Puli Pongal, also known as Tamarind Pongal, is a flavorful and tangy dish originating from South India. Traditionally served for breakfast, it is also commonly prepared for dinner or as an evening snack.
Puzhi (Tamarind) Charu
This tamarind charu can be served as as soup or mixed with rice
Pavakkai Puzhi Kuzhambu
For this Kuzhambu, the tiny size Pavakkai (chinna Pavakkai ) also known as “mithi Pavakkai ” tastes good. If you do not get this, then you can use regular bitter gourd also.
Vendaikai Puzhi Kuzhambu
This gravy (kuzhambu) made with okra (vendaikai) and tamarind (puzhi) has a tangy flavor and is served with steamed rice.
Inji Puli, also known as Puli Inji, is a Kerala delicacy. It is usually made with ginger, red or green chillies, tamarind, jaggery and coconut oil.
Parangi Kai Puzhi Kuzhambu
This kuzhambu is made with yellow pumpkin (parangi kai) and tamaring. Its served with rice.
Garlic Brinjal Puzhi Kuzhambu
This kuzhambu is prepared with with ready made “Aachi Vatha Kuzhambu Masala” and the taste is really good. If you do not have it, then use any kind of Vatha Kuzhambu Podi.
Orange Skin Pachadi
This pachadi is made with orange skin. This is specially made with “Kamala Orange”.When cutting the skin, remove the white skin under the orange one as much as possible to reduce bitterness. You can increase or decrease the red chilli powder according to your taste.To save time, you can use […]
This upma is made with rice flour and tamarind. This upma is served with coconut (thengai) thuvaiyal.
Green Chili Pachadi
This pachadi pairs well with Dhal Rice and curd rice.