Puttu



Ingredients

1 cup raw rice
1 cup jaggery
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
Few roasted cashews

Dry roast the raw rice well till it becomes slightly brown. Cool and grind it to a fine powder. Slowly add hot water to this and keep mixing. It shouldnt become a dough and should remain powder as well as wet. Pressure cook this for 2 whistles and cool.

Heat the jaggery with little water and allow it to boil till it gets the consistency as required for making ladu (drop a bit of jaggery syrup in water and it must be easy to make a small ball of it). Slowly add the steamed rice powder to it and mix well. Add the cardamom powder and cashews as well. Cook for 2 minutes and switch off the gas. When it cools it will get seperated and loose.

Stays good for 2 to 3 days.

Sending this as well as Peanut masala bhath to FIC :brown event hosted by Sunshinemom.



Also sending this to Vaishali's Sweet Vegan event.

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12 comments:

Sunshinemom said...

I am imagining the taste - awesome!! Thanks for the yummy entry!

Why don't you send this to Vaishali's sweet vegan?

Priti said...

That's a nice recipe..looks nice

Priya said...

i love puttu..tempting n looks delicious..

sowmya said...

looks perfect and delicious..

Vaishali said...

What a delicious and simple dish. Love it, EC. Thanks for sending it in.

Happy cook said...

I have never had puttu like this.
This is new to me, but i ams sure it is delicious

Divya Vikram said...

I made puttu with ragi yesterday..this looks good.

Usha said...

I haven't had this for a long time...your recipe tempts me to make this :-)

Eco_smith said...

makes a perfect break fast!!

Uma said...

ooh, that looks nice. Yummy!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Puttu is my fav dish, Love to have them with coconut and sugar. YUM!. Ur version with jaggary looks so good.

paytpooja said...

Didn't know puttu could be made with jaggery.
I live and learn something new each day.
Geeta

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