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Wheat Puttu – Visual recipe

Puttu is a steamed rice  breakfast recipe  made in cylindrical form  from the kitchens of  Kerala, parts of Tamil nadu and Sri Lanka. Though traditionally made from rice flour, there are variations made out of wheat flour, topioca flour, ragi flour and corn flour. Here I am giving you the wheat puttu recipe. The same can be tried in other flours. Puttu being steam cooked is not just delicious but makes a wonderfully healthy dish too!

Ingredients to make puttu:

  • Wheat flour
  • Salt as per taste
  • Sugar as per taste (optional)
  • Grated Coconut

Steps to make wheat puttu

Step 1: Roast the wheat flour in low flame in a kadai.

Step 1

Step 2: Add salt to the flour . You can also add little sugar (optional) Sprinkle little water into the roasted flour.  If it gets very coarse and rough, grind it once in mixer grinder.

Step 2

Step 3: Use Puttu maker or steam it in pressure cooker in a container. Fill alternative layer of wheat flour and a thin layer of grated coconut.

Step 3

Step 4: Steam cook it and once cooked remove it from steamer.

Step 4

Step 5: Delicious wheat puttu is ready to eat. Its’ very healthy since it is steam cooked and you can have it with plain sugar, banana or channa curry.

Step 5

0 20 June, 2010 Food Recipe June 20, 2010

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He is the lead man of GingerChai and plays the multi role of chief author, editor, business development and also of a chaiwala! (Tea maker!) He is the master brewer at Ginger Chai.

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6 comments

  1. Anney

    Thats it! Am staying at your place…..Divya…can I come over?
    I hate puttu but the visual sends me to raptures!!!!

    Reply
  2. Sir Pumpkin Lonshanks

    I love puttu. But I don’t have access to a puttu vessel. Any suggestions on that front?

    “Use Puttu maker or steam it in pressure cooker in a container.”

    :::>> How much water do I use in the pressure cooker to steam it, without a puttu vessel?

    Reply
  3. Anand

    Have you heard of “Chiratta Puttu”? It is made just like “puttu”, but using coconut shell instead of puttu vessel. Coconut shell shaped vessel is also available in the market, with which it is more easier, all you have to do is place it above the pressure cooker (where the whistle is placed).

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