Monday, January 28, 2013

Erachi puttu / Steamed rice flour cake layered with spicy meat mixture.









Ingredients

Rice flour    ( puttu podi )          -   2 cup

Minced meat                            -   200 gm

Grated  coconut                       - 1 cup

Onion chopped                       -  2 cup

Green chilli chopped                - 4 nos

Coriander leaves chopped       - 2 tsp

Garlic paste                            -  1/2 tsp

Ginger paste                           -   1/2 tsp

Coriander powder                -  1 tbsp

Chilli  powder                        -  1/2 tsp

Turmeric powder                   -  1/4 tsp

Garam  masala powder           - 1/4 tsp

Oil                                           - 2 tbsp

Salt  as needed






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Mix rice flour and grated coconut well.  Sprinkle salt water over rice flour and grated coconut mixture .Mix with hands so that lump don't  form.




 . Heat  oil   in a pan saute onion and green  chillies . Then add ginger paste and garlic paste  . When  the raw smell leaves ,  add meat  ,  coriander powder,  chilli powder, turmeric powder , garam  masala , salt and coriander leaves. Mix well . Add 1/2 cup of water and cook.   When  meat is all cooked  and water is no more.  Switch off the stove and keep them aside.


Using puttu  kutti   start layering . Add one handful of flour,  which is prepared and kept, then 3 tbsp cooked meat, ,  then again flour , 3 tabsp cooked meat  . Till the puttu maker is full and now cook it . Cook  for  few more minutes after first steam  come  out.

Serve hot .









21 comments:

  1. Its in my to-do list for a long time. will try soon.. looks so tempting

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  2. oh...wow...it tastes awesome, isn't it. I had made this long back. Will try it again.... Very tempting pic...nice yaar :)

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  3. Drooling here ....looks colorful..

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  4. Interesting puttu with meat, drooling here :-)

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  6. Wow. Delicious looking dish and nice presentation too.

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  8. That looks like a very delicious dish! Nice presentation too...

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  9. This reminds me, its been a long time since I have had this combination of Puttu and erachi :-)

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  10. Makes me so hungry. Looks so delicious.

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  12. Very mouth watering...ate long back in Kerala....Made me nostalgic...

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  13. yummy puttu, nxt time i am goign to buy this puttu maker, so temptign ji:-)

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  14. i'd just tried this recently and it came out very well... urs looks yummy... followig u... :)

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  15. I dunno, I don't eat non-veg, but I go to blogs & drool over the non-veg recipes :-)
    I must say, this is very very tempting!!

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