The Traditional and Authentic production of Brahmin's Pulihoraa (puli means tangy or sour in South Indian languages), "Puliyodarai, Puliyogare", Pulinchooru or simply "Kokum Rice" or "Tamarind Rice" is a very common and traditional rice preparation in the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Puli in puliyodarai can be translated as "sour taste", referring to the characterizing use of kokum or tamarind as one of the main ingredients.
The "Tamarind Rice" is prepared with tamarind and jaggery cooked in oil and mixed with rice along with spices and curry leaves. It remains fresh till two days. So, many South Indian travellers carry the prepared tamarind rice at the time of long journeys. A Rich & Honest Ingredients With Skilled Hands Join Together To Give Thee Real Taste! rice-based recipe made with tamarind extract and dry spices. it is perhaps an unofficial lunch box staple in karnataka, if not in entire south indian states. the beauty of this recipe is, the spiced tamarind extract can be made once and used to mix it with rice when required.