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Easy Puttu with Banana in it
Published On: 17 Jan 2007
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Bengali: Laban / Noone
Add required salt to rice flour and mix well.
Sprinkle water on the rice flour.
:- Continue adding water until u get a rigid lump when u hold a handfull of the puttu powder.
Cut the banana into small pieces and mix it with the puttu powder.
First put a little coconut on the botton of the puttu kutti and then put the puttu powder(with banana) in it till half of the puttu kutti is filled.
Again, put the grated coconut on top of it and then puttu powder till the puttukuti is full.
Put the grated coconut on the top and close the lid.
Half fill the puttu kudam with water and heat it.
Put the puttukutti on the top of it when steam starts coming out from the pot.
Cook for 5 - 7 mins.
:- Serve hot.
:- No need of any curries with this.
Thanks for the easy recipe!
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