Monday, 11 February 2013

Rava Puttu Recipe/Sooji Puttu with Idli Cooker/Rava Puttu in Idli Cooker

 Rava/ Sooji puttu is an excellent evening snack’s for kids or for breakfast. It is very filling and keeps your day going. They always say “Eat like a king in the morning”, so I think if you take puttu in the morning you will surely feel the same. Here I have shown you how to make puttu with idli cooker. Since most of us travel to different parts of the world, we do not get to carry puttu vessel with us. Here is the yummy rava/sooji puttu.

Here's how to make Rava Puttu with step by step photos...

1 cup
Grated Coconut
½ cup
One pinch
½ tsp
As needed
1 cup
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                              Recipe Category: Breakfast
Cooking Time: 20 minutes                                     Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu, India
Author: Priya Anandakumar


Roast the rava until warm, sprinkle water and mix the rava with hand until it looks like bread crumbs.

Now cut a clean cloth (cotton) for your Idli plate, cut a hole in the middle so that the cloth slides through the idli stand on to the plate.

[Use only clean, washed cloth and keep it only for steaming purpose. I think you will remember the days when our mothers used cloth for idli plates to make idli’s]

Now wet the cloth, squeeze all the water and place it on the idli plate. Then spread the rava mix on the idli plate as shown in the photo. Later close the rava mix with the excess cloth. Now steam it in idli cooker for 15 min.

After it is cooked, transfer the cooked rava to the bowl. Then add cardamom powder, grated coconut, sugar and mix really good with hand. Now, yummy rava puttu is ready to be served.

Note: If you think rava is dry after cooking, just sprinkle little hot water or hot milk and mix it well

Serving suggestion: You can serve it with banana and milk.

Your kids will surely love it, so give it a try…

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  1. One of my fav sweets, thanks for sendingit to lets cook for kids event.

  2. Thank you Nayna for the comments...

  3. wow..looking delicious..puttu is not my favorite.but i love puttu..Looking through this blog,now i am tempting to make this Rava puttu and want to taste it..yummy..

  4. It taste very good thank you.....


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