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Puliodharai | Pulisadam

Puliodhare | Pulisadam is also a very popular lunchbox dish and also served as prasadam in temples. This rice dish is made on festive days to offer as prasadam.

Also because of its long shelf life it is very common to pack for long distance travel along with curd rice and vadam or chips. Puliyodharai tastes best after sitting for a couple of hours from the time of preparation, this is also a main reason why its great for lunch and good food for long distance travel.

For making Puliodhare | Pulisadam, rice is mixed with a tangy – spicy paste called pulikachal, recipe of Pulikachal, click here.



Serves: 2

Ingredients you’ll need:

2 cups of cooked rice
1 tbsp gingely Oil (Sesame oil – Indian version)
1 tbsp cup peanuts – optional
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
4 Curry Leaves
2 tbsp Pulikachal
Salt to taste


Heat 1 tbsp oil and add peanuts (we love peanuts and the nutty flavor, you can omit cause the Pulikachal too has peanuts in it). As the peanuts turn crisp, add mustard seeds and curry leaves.

Add 2 tbsp of pulikachal (freshly made or refrigerated) and stir. Add cooked rice and salt to the paste. Mix well.

Serve with Cucumber pachidi| raita, Potato fry or Poriyal|curry or vadam

Happy Cooking

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