Black rice puttu recipe

Kavuni arisi puttu, Black rice puttu recipe

Kavuni arisi puttu/ Black rice puttu is a simple and easy to make delish breakfast made with black rice/ kavuni arisi originating from chettinadu cuisine. This puttu can be prepared in jiffy and can be served with sugar, papad and a banana can make your breakfast simply nutritious and delicious. This puttu can be served with traditional kadala curry in kerala style as well, since I prepared this on a working day I served it with sugar. Coming to the taste part this puttu does not taste like the normal puttu made with rice flour or chemba puttu powder, the flavors of the black rice makes it more aromatic and gives a distinct taste making this puttu outstanding. I made this puttu with ready made/ store bought black rice flour which I got from an Indian store. So if you get chance to get your hands on this flour don’t miss to try this delicious recipe. So lets get to the making!!


Kavuni arisi

Kavuni arisi puttu, Black rice puttu recipe
Serves 2
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 1. Kavuni arisi flour - 1 cup
  2. 2. Salt - a pinch
  3. 3. Water - 1/4 cup
  4. 4. Grated coconut - 1/2 cup
Note
  1. * 1 cup = 235 ml
Instructions
  1. In a bowl add puttu flour and salt. Now add water little by little and start mixing it with your hand to get right consistency. When you are able to hold shapes with the flour it is ready to be cooked. The flour needs to be moist without any lumps and it should look like bread crumbs. The right amount of water makes perfect puttu.
  2. The puttu mold has 2 parts ; disc with holes and a small lid. Place the disc inside the puttu mold then start the preparation.
  3. Start by adding a layer of grated coconut, then add 2 fistful of puttu flour. Now again add a layer of grated coconut and add 2 fistful of puttu flour and finish it with a layer of grated coconut. When you have reached the top of the puttu maker by making layers close it with the lid.
  4. Attach the puttu mold to the bottom vessel of puttu maker in which the water has been boiling and steam it for 8 to 10 mins. Puttu will be ready if you see steam escaping through the holes of the puttu mould lid. Now remove the puttu mold from the bottom vessel of puttu maker and gently push the puttu with a spoon or ladle. Serve it hot with kadala curry or sugar!
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How to make kavuni arisi puttu with step by step images


  1. In a bowl add puttu flour and salt. Now add water little by little and start mixing it with your hand to get right consistency. When you are able to hold shapes with the flour it is ready to be cooked. The flour needs to be moist without any lumps and it should look like bread crumbs. The right amount of water makes perfect puttu.
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  2. The puttu mold has  2 parts ; disc with holes and a small lid. Place the disc inside the puttu mold then start the preparation.
  3. Start by adding a layer of grated coconut, then add 2 fistful of puttu flour. Now again add a layer of grated coconut and  add 2 fistful of puttu flour and finish it with a layer of grated coconut. When you have reached the top of the puttu maker by making layers close it with the lid.
  4. Attach the puttu mold to the bottom vessel of puttu maker in which the water has been boiling and steam it for 8 to10 mins. Puttu will be ready when the steam starts to escape through the holes of the puttu mold lid. Now remove the puttu mold from the bottom vessel of puttu maker and gently push the puttu with a spoon or ladle. Serve it hot with kadala curry or sugar!


 

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