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Kuzha Puttu Kadala Curry

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Total Time:
3.5 hours
Serves:4
Rated 3 based on 100 votes
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Cuisine: Indian Recipe
Technique: Steam Recipe
Difficulty: medium

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Ingredients

How to Make

  • For kuzha puttu: Soak the rice in water for 2 hours.
  • Strain and spread in a cloth, allow the water to drain.
  • Then grind it in a mixer into a fine powder.
  • Dry roast the flour for 5 mins in a pan, then sieve it once to get a fine powder.
  • Take the flour in a basin, add salt to it.
  • Add sugar, cardamom powder and start sprinkling water little by little and mix well.
  • The flour should look like grated coconut or bread crumbs.
  • Now add a fistful of grated coconut into the puttu maker and then add rice flour till half then add another handful of coconut.
  • Do it till you reach the top of the rim of the puttu maker.
  • Meanwhile, add water to the pressure cooker and attach the puttu maker to the pressure cooker and steam it for 10 mins.
  • Now carefully push the puttu out, cut into slices and enjoy with kadala curry.
  • For kadala curry:
  • Pressure cook channa with water until it becomes soft; keep aside.
  • Heat a pan, dry roast coconut till slightly browned.
  • Add onions and roast till golden brown. Keep aside to cool.
  • Now in the same pan, add coriander seeds, red chillies, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and fennel seeds, and saute till slightly golden brown.
  • Allow this to cool, add it to the coconut and grind to a smooth paste with very little water.
  • Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and curry leaves, allow it to crackle.
  • Then add the pressure cooked channa, add a little water and turmeric powder.
  • Then add the ground paste and let it continue to boil for 5 - 7 mins in simmer.
  • Add salt, stir. When the curry starts thickening a bit, switch off the stove.
  • Serve hot with puttu or appam.
  • Recipe and Image courtesy: Sharmis Passions
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