Jan 16, 2016

Easy Bread Puttu Recipe - Steamed Bread Puttu Recipe



We make puttu often in my house, most of the time it is rice based one. But i love my ragi puttu and wheat puttu. This recipe is a instant version, it needs just a few slices of bread, you can use any bread of your choice wheat bread, white bread, multi grain bread as well. The puttu turns out so soft and fluffy..

Similar Recipes,
Ragi puttu
Wheat puttu
Tapioca Puttu
Rice Puttu


The cool thing about this recipe is, not only it taste great turns out so soft and fluffy... It will be kids favourite too. You can have it with chana curry or boiled green gram & papadum or my all time favourite ripe banana, sugar and ghee.


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 5 mins
Serves: 2

Ingredients:

Bread Slices - 6 
Sugar - 1 tsp + for serving
Salt - 1/2 tsp
Water - 2 tblspn
Coconut - 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup
Ripe Banana for Serving

Method:

Cut bread into cubes and take them in a blender, pulse few times so it resembles coarse breadcrumbs.

Now take this in a bowl, add salt and sugar to this and mix well. Now sprinkle little water and rub gently to moisten it.

Now take your puttu mould, i used the cup mould, place the puttu acchu in this and sprinkle some coconut and then the bread mix. Now cover it and place it over the pressure cooker to steam. Steam this for 5 to 6 mins.

Now remove it carefully and invert it to a serving plate.

Serve with sugar and banana.

Pictorial:
I used brown bread for this


cut it like this


now cut it into cubes


done


take it in a blender


pulse few times so it gets like a coarse crumbs


take it in a bowl


add salt


add little sugar


sprinkle some water


rub with your fingers


now it resembles coarse crumbs





i used this cup mould for it


place the acchu in this


sprinkle some coconut


top with some of the breadcrumbs


close it


steam it for 5 mins


now it is steamed


invert it


ta da..


enjoy with sugar and banana


This puttu taste so soft and yummy

7 comments:

  1. Is it possible to make it without this puttu mould??

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  2. Is it possible to make w/o puttu mould?? I really appreciate the way u post recipes with pictures it is very useful for ppl like me who r new to cooking. Thanks. I want u to share recipes(no sweet) for toddlers.

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  3. Wat if we don't ve this mould?
    Can we steam with idly plates? Tia

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  4. @sweetyu can steam it in some cheesecloth by making it as a bundle..

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  5. Do we need to add water in the cooker

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  6. @kalai vaniyes ofcourse you have to add water in cooker for steaming

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