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By Sujatha Ratnala
Created on 18th Feb 2016
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About TARAVANI PULUSU - a tangy vegetable stew

Pulusus are a popular form of tangy soupy stews that is accompanied with rice. In olden days, taravani pulusu or kanji with chaladi annam or rice was a common morning meal in Andhra and Orissa. It was made with fermented rice brew and vegetables mildly cooked making it an excellent probiotic. Nowadays, due to change in cooking methods, fermented rice water is replaced with substitutes such as dry Mango pieces (Orugulu) or Vinegar. I remember having it in a large soup bowl like steel dish with an attached stand at my granny's place. It has loads of watery veggies making it a very healthy dish and summer comfort food.

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  • Prep Time15mins
  • Cook Time30mins
  • Serves4People
TARAVANI PULUSU - a tangy vegetable stew

Ingredients to make TARAVANI PULUSU - a tangy vegetable stew

  • Raw papaya - 1
  • Radish (mooli) - 1
  • Lady'sfinger (bendakai) - 3
  • White pumpkin - small piece
  • Red pumpkin - small piece
  • Small dry mango pieces (mavidi urugulu) - 4
  • Rice rava - 6 sp
  • Slit green chillies - 2
  • Turmeric - pinch
  • SEASONING:
  • Garlic - 10 cloves
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for seasoning
  • Pinch each of-jeera, methi, saunf, urad dal, curry leaves and 1 Red chilly

How to make TARAVANI PULUSU - a tangy vegetable stew

  1. Cut the vegetables lengthwise or into medium sized cubes.
  2. In a pressure pan or cooker, add water, 2 tsp salt, green chillies, turmeric, rice rava. Add papaya cubes and radish cubes. Cook till a single whistle.
  3. Add white pumpkin, red pumpkin, brinjal cubes and boil almost till whistle. Add ladyfinger towards the end and let it simmer. Add required water for a soupy consistency.
  4. In a seasoning ladle or small kadai, add 2 tsp of oil. Make a seasoning of mustard, jeera, saunf, urad dal, curry leaves, garlic and red chilly.
  5. Add the seasoning to the stew and let it simmer for a while.
  6. Allow it to rest for an hour and the tangy flavours will infuse.
  7. Serve with Rice in a big bowl.
My Tip: a) The sond picture is preparation from my pedda atta.. Slightly thicker version. b) In a similar manner, Thotakura Pulusu (AMARANTH) a slight variation – boil the leaves, stem, ladys finger, tamarind, rice rava, jaggery, turmeric and salt. Add masala of roasted and ground garlic, mustard and red chilli. Mango Pulusu: Pulusu made of Dry mango, coarsely ground mustard, chilly and turmeric powder with seasoning of mustard, jeera, hing, garlic and curry leaves.

Reviews for TARAVANI PULUSU - a tangy vegetable stew (1)

Kamesh Yalamarty2 years ago
Madam Thank you for a forgotten recipe. Can you please tell about making Taravani. Thank you
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