Boiled Rice Puttu is a delicious dish that can be served for breakfast or evening snack. While Puttu is mostly made with raw rice, with boiled rice too it turns out great.
Just like me, Konda also loves Puttu and Amma got a single serve Puttu Steamer and makes it often for her. While she mostly makes with raw rice, soaked and made it at home, this time she had the boiled rice flour ready. We have to pay extra attention to how the boiled rice soaks and gets ground. Otherwise its similar to the way the raw rice is made.
We made this for an evening snack and the hot steaming puttu with fresh coconut was an excellent dish to enjoy.
The best part is that when you have the flour done ready, it can be frozen for later use and the final dish takes only about 15 mins max for steaming. This is for the second day of BM#96, Week 1 where I am doing Winter Warmers, so sending this my Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by PJ themed on Winter Warmers this month.
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Boiled Rice Puttu
1 cup Boiled Rice
Salt to taste
2 to 3 tsp Sugar
2 to 3 tsp Coconut grated
Wash and soak the boiled rice for 45 mins.
Drain and dry in the shade till it becomes dry.
Powder the rice fine, sieve and powder again till you get a fine powder.
Take the powder in a muslin cloth and steam in an Idli steamer for 10 mins.
Once it is easy to handle, crumble well, add salt and mix well.
Now steam in the puttu mold layered with grated coconut and sugar.
Steam for 10 to 15 mins and serve hot.
If you wish you can mix more fresh coconut and sugar.