5 Puttu Varieties to Adapt a Healthy Eating Habit

Puttu is a steam-cooked, spongy, nutrient-rich delicacy from Kerala that not only fills your stomach but also your soul. The Puttu, which is primarily made of finely ground rice, grated coconut, as well as water, is further made interesting by substituting the main ingredient, rice powder, with Chembu (Arbi), Ragi, Wheat, Cholam (Corn), as well as a combination of different grains (multi-grain). There are a few puttu varieties you should try at home at least once. So, in this post, we’ll look at some of those delish puttu varieties that you can excel at.

5 Puttu Varieties to Adapt a Healthy Eating Habit:
White Puttu

In order to maintain its ideal colour, aroma, flavour, and taste, Double Horse White Puttu Podi is created by blending various types of rice in a sensible way. B complex, vitamins, and iron are abundant in Double Horse white Puttu Podi. It is among the most popular and adored breakfast options among Malayalis. People in Kerala enjoy this with chicken or fish curry for a hearty meal. If you prefer something sweet, try the traditional coconut and jaggery combination with a banana for a nutritious and tasty breakfast.

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Ragi Puttu

Ragi Puttu

Ragi flour and coconut are combined to make Kerala Style Ragi Puttu, a tasty and wholesome dish that is prepared in a puttu steamer. The nutty flavour pairs well together with Egg Curry or Kadala Curry. Rice flour, coconut, and salt are steamed together to create puttu in a special puttu maker. The addition of ragi makes this particular variety of Puttu, which is a variation of the previous, more nutrient-dense. Serve Kerala Kadala Curry with the Ragi Puttu crafted from Double Horse Ragi Puttu Podi for a nutritious Indian diabetic food, or serve it with jaggery and bananas for a hearty breakfast.

Corn Puttu

Maize, or corn, is used to make corn flour, which is sometimes mixed with rice flour because of its smooth texture. This delicious corn puttu, also known as maize puttu, is made from maize flour, water, and salt, as well as grated coconut that is then steamed in a puttu maker. Not only does this puttu smell good, but it also looks good. Corn Puttu Podi flour is widely available in Indian supermarkets. However, if you are unable to locate it in any local stores, you can easily order it online.

Rava Puttu

Puttu is a traditional Keralan dish made from roasted rice flour, and Rava Puttu is a scrumptious breakfast or late afternoon snack made with semolina and grated coconut. If you’re sick of eating Rava as Upma, combining it with rice flour to make a tasty Puttu might be just what you’re looking for. This is a Puttu variation made with semolina, as was previously mentioned. Rava Puttu is a spongy and yummy dish that goes very well with Kadala Curry. A healthy breakfast dish can be served with any condiment of your choice. There aren’t many ingredients needed to make this dish, making it one of the easiest to prepare.

Black Rice (Kavuni Arisi) Puttu

Black Rice (Kavuni Arisi) Puttu

A delectable breakfast dish from Chettinad cuisine, black rice puttu is made with black rice (also known as Kavuni Arisi). It also goes by the names Kavuni Arisi and Karuppu Arisi in Tamil. The antioxidants that give this rice its colour are particularly well-known for its high nutritional content. This rice variety is used to make the well-known dish known as Kavuni Arisi puttu, which you can prepare and serve to kids or yourself to sneak some nutrition into your daily routine.

Those are some of the best varieties of Puttu that you will be able to enjoy at home because it is pretty easy to prepare. How often do you eat or cook Puttu and what type of Puttu is your favourite? Let us know!

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