Rava – Kadalamaavu Puttu and Kadala Curry Koottu Combo

 

Ingredients for Rava – Kadalamaavu Puttu:

 
1. Rava – 500 gm
2. Gram Flour (Kadala Maav / Besan) – 250 gm
3. Ghee – Two small spoons
4. Salt – As required
5. Coconut scrapped – 1
6. Water – 250 ml
 

How to prepare Rava – Kadalamaavu Puttu?

 
1. Heat ghee is a pan and fry slightly rava and gram flour.
2. Use this mixture to make Puttu powder by mixing them both adding sufficient water and salt.
3. Take putt maker, put some scrapped coconut, then 5 big spoons of flour, scrapped coconut again and continue the process to full the cylinder.
4. Put scrapped coconut on the top also and steam cook putt.
5. Serve hot with Kadala curry. 
 

Ingredients for Kadala Curry Koottu:

 
1. Black/White Chana (Chickpeas) cooked – ½ kg
2. Coconut oil – Three big spoons
3. Mustard seeds – ¼ small spoon
    Red chillies – 6
    Curry leaves – 2 stalks
4. Onion sliced long – ½ cup
    Ginger, garlic and green chillies chopped length-wise – 1 small spoon
5. Chilli powder – 2 small spoons
    Coriander powder – 2 small spoons
    Turmeric powder – ¼ small spoon
    Salt – As required
6. Coconut milk – From 2 coconuts
    Coconut oil (not boiled) – 2 big spoons
    Garam masala powder – ½ – 1 tsp or (full garam masala)
 

How to prepare Kadala Curry Koottu?

 
1. Heat three big spoons of oil and sputter mustards. Saute red chillies and curry leaves also.
2. Add ingredients no: 4 to it and when it is done, add ingredients no: 5 and sauté again.
3. Add cooked chana to it and sufficient water and salt. Boil well.
4. Add coconut milk, garam masala and coconut oil.
5. Mix well and put the flame off.
 
Courtesy: Vanitha Magazine, May 1-14 2009
 
To read about the interesting story of Kerala’s traditional dish Puttu, also known by the name Steam cake, click the link.
Read about different varieties of Puttu: Keema PuttuChemmeen PuttuMeen Peera Puttu
 

You can read few delicious  and variety steamcake recipes here. Click on the images in the gallery to read.

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