Puttu is a famous dish from Kerala, India and usually served at breakfast time. It is usually served with some kadala curry ( Click here for recipe ). You can also serve it with green gram lentil ( Click here for recipe ). Picture 2 Picture 3 Puttu Maker Ingredients: Raw white Rice flour - 1 cup Red rice flour - 1 cup Grated coconut - 1 cup Salt to taste Method: Soak both white rice in some water in a bowl. Similarly soak red rice in another bowl in some water. Drain the water and grind it to make a rice flour in your dry grinder. Grind the white rice separately and red rice separately. Spread the flour in different dry cloth or newspaper and keep it in a dry place for few hours. Transfer the content in a bowl and keep it aside. Take a cup of warm water and add salt to it. Sprinkle this water little by little over the white rice flour and mix. As shown on picture 2, keep mixing and add little by little water. If any lumps are formed, don't worry as you can break it with your hands. When you hold the mix in your hand it should hold to form a ball but it should crumble back easily as shown in picture 3. Follow the same steps for red rice flour. Now your mix is ready. Add some amount of grated coconut firstly in the puttu maker and then some rice flour followed by coconut and again rice flour till it reaches the edge of the puttu maker. Steam it for about 5 minutes on high flame and then 10 minutes on low flame. Remove and serve it hot with some Kadala Curry - ( Click here for recipe for Kadala Curry ). Tip: If you don't have a puttu maker handy, you can make the same thing in your idli stand. You can mix coconut and riceflour and add it to the idli stands. You can also add different layers of red rice and white rice to make it colorful. Click Here for other breakfast ideas.