Monday, October 31, 2011

Puttum Payarum Pinne Pappadavum


Ingredients:

For Soft Puttu:
  • Roasted rice flour 1 cup
  • Cooked rice 1 cup
  • Grated coconut 3/4 to 1 cup
  • Salt
For preparing soft puttu, put equal amount of cooked rice (I use Kerala kuthari), roasted rice flour and salt in a mixie and grind it just once or twice. Don't grind it continuously or too much. Transfer it to a bowl and add half of the coconut and mix well. Check the salt.

For preparing puttu, put a layer of grated coconut into the puttu kutti (puttu maker) followed by rice flour and then again a layer of grated coconut. Steam it for 5 to 8 minutes until the steam passes from the top of the puttu kutti. Serve it hot with cherupayar mezhukkupuratty (moong dal) and pappadam. 



[Recipe Courtesy of soft Puttu: My Aunt]

Sending this to Kerala Kitchen, hosting by Khusi of A Girl's Diary.

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47 comments:

  1. puttu looks so soft...adding cooked rice is new to me....will surely try ur version...

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  2. Tina...i absolutely love this combination.....looks yummy!!!

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  3. Delicious looking platter dear. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. wow...i am hungry now..i want some right now..this is my comfort food..love it any time of the day..but i want some coconut chamandy too...droollll..

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  5. can you explain how to steam this puttu? I mean the shape makes me feel that you did it as it is.

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  6. One of our favorite breakfast items...looks perfect
    I have got the same plate Tina... :]

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  7. Sounds yummy.We cook puttu (Pittu),but we don't add cooked rice.This is new for me....

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  8. very nicely done ..looks delicious

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  9. Oh Tina,you are torturing me ..So nostalgic dear.I am on a diet..Kill me..hehe.

    (btw,how is your molu doing ? growing up fast ? do take care.hugs for her)

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  10. Adding cooked rice to puttu is something very new to me...puttum, payarum paadavaum mmmm...Kalakki

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  11. What a yummy combination...just pass on the plate pls :)

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  12. adipoli combo...superb click tina!!

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  13. Wow, puttu looks super soft and i loved your serving plate and bowls, lovely they are.

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  14. Such a superb combo and wonderful breakfast!! yuummm!!

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  15. This is new to me. Looks interesting!

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  16. nice combination of delicious flavors..love your cliks Tina..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  17. Title kalakki ketto...cooked rice cherkununathu kettitie illa...totally new style puttu,Adipoli :)

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  18. Can u pls pass me that plate..making me feel hungry Tina but fasting:(

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  19. I always make puttu in different form but adding cooked rice is new to me...

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  20. Makes me hungry,healthy breakfast

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  21. so interesting and looks delicious !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  22. Wow wat an inviting plate, makes me drool..great looking puttu..

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  23. Cooked rice in puttu is something new, looks tempting the puttu and payir :)

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  24. i love puttu and adding cooked rice is very new to me, will try it out for sure next time..lovely combo with payaru..thanx for the follow at my space...following u too..

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  25. Nice recipe...Will try it soon..

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  26. Sounds like a delicious ,satisfying meal!
    USMasala

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  27. Hey. I love this combo. I often demand this from my friends who are from kerala. Love it.

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  28. Ayyo, my favorite combo. Luks so delicious and tempting.. Never heard off adding cooked rice though, must try. love those beautiful clicks..

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  29. wow delicious and yummy combo,simply superb...

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  30. Delicious looking platter dear. Excellent preparation.

    Muskaan

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  31. The puttu looks yummy. I would love to try making the cherupayar mezhukkupuratty.

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  32. Ashoo.. enikku naattil ponam.. :( Awesome pics dear..

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  33. We make puttu almost weekly at home, i love having it with yummy veg stew made in Kerala style. But the adding of cooked rice is something I've never known before. Would be handy to try it out for sure.

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  34. This is a new version to make Puttu and the puttu sure looks so soft.

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  35. Heard abt this a lot!! Lovely shot!

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  36. looks inviting n simply delicious too...

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  37. onnu parcel ayachekku Tinakutty! super ayittundu!!

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  38. Looks so tempting and delicious.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  39. Wow, looks delicious!! Will try this recipe sometime..
    First time here, loved your recipes with tempting clicks! Happy to follow :)

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