Thota Koora pulusu
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Jun 15, 2009 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Other Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Thotakura pulusu (stew) is a very simple and tasty dish spiced up with chillies and sweetened with jaggery. Pulusu is a clear broth (tamarind) cooked with vegetables and a spice is served as a side dish along with rice.

Recipe of Thota Koora pulusu

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Jaggary 1 Teaspoons
Chilli Powder 1 Teaspoons
Curry Leaves 1 Springs
Salt as needed
Onions 1 Numbers
Hing pinch
Green Chillies 4 Numbers
Turmuric pinch
Garlic 6 Numbers
Jeera pinch
Fenugreek Seeds pinch
Murstard Seeds pinch
Red Chilli 2 Numbers
Oil 1 Tablespoons
Tamarind Juice as needed
Amaranth Leaves 5 Bunch
Rosted Peanuts Chrushed 2 Tablespoons

Directions

  1. Wash amaranth leaves keep it a side.
  2. Take a pan add oil red chilly dry,murstard,fenugreek,jeera seeds, now add garlic, turmuric, onions, hing, salt, add the amaranth leaves ,curry leaves cook till the leaves are cooking 90%.Now add tamarind juice, jaggary cook for 5min then add Roasted peanuts powder  mix well cook for 2-3min and serve with roti or rice.
Posted Jun 15, 2009

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5 Comments

May 22, 2014
MR CHEF WE MAKE THIS DIFFERENTLY. WE PUT AAVA IN THIS I.E. MUSTARD SEEDS, LITTLE BIT OF RICE, RED CHILLIES, HING,TURMURIC, SALT ARE GROUND TOGETHER WITH LITTLE WATER AND THIS PASTE IS ADDED IN THE END. WE DONT USE GROUND NUTS AT ALL. MY BE OURS IS A PURE NORTH COASTAL ANDHRA RECIPE.

Ajay Oct 30, 2010
Hi, it is not much easy to cook this so tasty, Somehow we have managed to make it :) But it is quite a different dish and we enjoyed it. Worth enough to give a good try. Thanks chef!!

Ravi Oct 14, 2010
Dear Jahnvi

I can't believe you have tried a recipe called Thota Koora Pulusu!!!!!

Weird world

sudha Jul 25, 2009
Dear chef !

this one turned out very different and wonderful flavours. Its different from how I usually made and we loved it ! thanks chef

Jahnavi Jun 22, 2009
At the last we can add roasted sesame powder instead of groundnut powder. It gives delicious taste to the dish.

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