Monday, 10 June 2019

Ragi Puttu, Finger Millet puttu, how to prepare Kerala Ragi Puttu in idli stand

Today's recipe is Kerala Ragi Puttu in idli stand. Finger Millet is also called as ragulu in Telugu, kezhvaragu or  keppa in Tamil.  Generally puttu is prepared using puttu kudam called puttu vessel.  Ragi Puttu is popular breakfast recipe @ Kerela. It is prepared using finger millets/ Ragi powder, coconut, jaggery or sugar. This is very easy to prepare and very healthy as well as tasty too. Transferring different places will not only make you learn many things will also make you taste different food😍😋. I learned this Ragi Puttu recipe from my tenant Aswini, she use to prepare this puttu regularly. We can also prepare rice flour puttu too. We can also prepare ragi mudde or ragi sangati or ragi kali with Ragi flour which is very healthy.



                       Ragi puttu



Preparation Time : 20 minutes
Cook Time : 15 minutes
Serves : 2
Category : Sweets/ Desserts
Recipe Cuisine: Kerala
Main ingredients : Ragi Flour
Author : Aruna SarasChandra

Ingredients 

Ragi flour / Finger Millet - 1 cup
Jaggery - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1 tsp(optional)
Salt - 1 pinch
Fresh coconut - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 1 tsp 

Instructions 

1) sieve Ragi flour in a bowl. 


2) Fry Ragi flour in low flames till it changes color and we get nice aroma. 




3) Take a flour in a bowl let it cool for few minutes. Mean while grate coconut and keep jaggery ready. 


4) Then add salt and mix it well with your hands. 


5) Sprinkle little amount of water on flour, mix it well again sprinkle water and mix it with your hands. 




6) When you hold flour in your palm it should hold together, but when pressed it should crumble easily. Do not add water all at once. 



7) Transfer the above flour into cotton cloth, add water in idli stand, keep idli plate or any bowl with holes and place this cloth in it. 



8) Close the lid and cook it for 10 to 12 minute on medium flames, we can see ragi flour color changed a bit. 



9) Transfer the above flour into bowl add ghee, elachi powder, jaggery, half part of grated coconut and sugar(optional). 





10) Mix the above well without any lumps. 



11) Puttu is ready, its time to garnish it it. Add remaining grated in a bowl then add puttu on it and press it gently. Keep 1 plate on the bowl, reverse it and tap once puttu will come out easily. 




That's it puttu is ready to serve. 



Note

* Adding sugar is optional. 

Tips

** We can use sugar instead of jaggery. 

** Instead of idli stand we can use puttu maker if available. 

** We can also add fried cashew nuts and raisins. 

** We can also use banana in puttu preparations. 

** Just sprinkle water while mixing Ragi flour, do not make it as paste. 

Taking this healthy recipe to #FoodieMondayBlogHop #199th theme. This week theme is Ragi Tales suggested by Poonam Bachhav, her blog inspired me alot. Do visit her place  for different varieties of traditional and authentic recipes.


Also check other sweet dishes by clicking the link below pic.. 


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                              Kesari Bath

              Poha Badam Ladoo


   
                       Ragi Peanut ladoo            


                 Atukula Payasam 
     

                       Pineapple Sheera

        Sabudana Coconut Ladoo



          Almond Mango Sandesh

                  Sweet Pongal



  Puffed Rice/Maramarala LAdoo

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9 comments:

  1. A very interesting dish. I have never made Ragi in this way and would love to try specially as you have mentioned that you can make it in Idli stand too. A yummy treat

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  2. The husband adores puttu. I love how you have made the dish healthier by using ragi flour. Shall surely try this out

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  3. Love this healthy traditional ragi dear sh Aruna ! Would love to try this for breakfast sometime. Thanks for your kind words.

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  4. Never made Puttu before, but this sounds like a very easy recipe. Will surely love ti try as it has the goodness of ragi, jaggery and coconut..

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  5. I have never tried this ..seems healthy and delicious ..wud surely give a try

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  6. wow !!!! lovely share.... use of ragi to make puttu is an wow kind idea really :) looks super easy kind recipe

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  7. Fabulous share!!!!Ragi puttu looks so good.Thanks for the detailed recipe.

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  8. I make puttu but have never made with ragi. Looks super good. Such a healthy option

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