Puliyogare (tarmarind Rice)
Basically known as Tamarind rice in all over India it is a snack generally eaten as a prasad (Offering) in temples of south India. It is also very commonly prepared in Tamil brahmin houses as lunch and dinner. It’s very usual to find a puliyogare powder in every home along with the other spices. But the tarmarind paste holds the key to the essence of this mouth smacking rice snack.
Generally it is served with coconut chutney and mostly prepared during Ganesh chaturathi and Diwali.