Kerala Traditional Puttu MakerFeel the different tase !!!Puttu pronounced [ Puttu], is
a breakfast dish eaten in Kerala, parts of Tamil Nadu, the Kanara region of Karnataka
and Sri Lanka. Puttu or pittu is a word of Tamil origin which means "Portioned".
It is made of steamed cylinders of ground rice layered with coconut. It is
highly popular in the Indian state of Kerala as well as in many areas of Sri
Lanka, where it is also known as pittu. Puttu is served with side dishes
such as chickpea curry or banana. Puttu is made by slowly adding water to ground rice until the correct
texture is achieved. It is then spiced, formed and steamed with layers
of grated coconut. A number of cooking vessels are used, such as traditional
vessels where a perforated coconut shell is attached to a section of
bamboo, or a Chiratta puttu made of a coconut shell or of metal shaped similarly to a ..
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