Monday, January 20, 2014

Bread Puttu Recipe - Easy Bread Recipes

Bread Puttu Recipe
A weeks break and am back to blogging again......It wasn't a planned one, though I had time and few drafted posts, some thoughts were at the back of me not letting me to sit to blog....

I enjoy each and every process I undergo to make a post here....right from cooking, clicking(most enjoyable part) and then sitting to edit where I feel content....and each time I hit the publish button it is always a happy smile on my face. For the past 1 week I felt the pics I clicked,posts that I typed didn't have the life and zest it used to have before....I felt like doing things just for the sake....And that alarmed me...I didn't want to live my passion without life in it....this thought didn't let me to do anything else....but just to think which justifies my absence for a week.

I didn't touch my camera for a week, no editing, and lived in another world...but sharmis passions was always there in every action and thought of mine which made me realise the negative feeling was just temporary.....ha thank god for that!:) The break was sure a good one making me think, rejunevate myself.....And yes now I am back to routine...All is well :)

I have seen my SIL making rice flour puttu without puttu maker and I just love it so much. I tried the same method for bread puttu and it came out so good and here is my instant version of bread puttu recipe.Check out my kuzha puttu kadala curry that I posted  a while back.
Bread Puttu Recipe 

Bread Puttu Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 1
Recipe Category: Sweet | Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Bread - 3 slices (I used wheat bread)
Sugar / Jaggery - 1 tbsp
Coconut - 2 tbsp
Ghee - 1 tsp + 1/2 tsp(for roasting cashews raisins)
Cashews - 5 broken
Raisins - 2 tsp

Method:

  1. Chop the bread slices into small cubes.Pulse it in mixie till its coarsely powdered.How to make bread puttu - Step1
  2. Transfer the powdered bread mixture to a container, sprinkle little water so that when you with your fist it should hold together.In the idli steamer ,Steam it for 5-7mins. In 1/2 tsp of ghee , roast cashews and raisins till golden brown,Set aside.
    How to make bread puttu - Step2
  3. Add roasted cashew,raisins,coconut,sugar to the cooked bread mixture and mix well.Finally add a tsp of ghee and give a quick mix.How to make bread puttu - Step3
Serve warm with ghee drizzled and remaining cashews and raisins.
Bread Puttu Recipe

My Notes:

  • While adding water, be very careful just sprinkling is enough.
  • Puttu should be slightly moist and not too dry.
  • You can even replace sugar with a tbsp of grated jaggery.
  • Though ghee is optional it gives a nice flavour and moistness to the puttu.
  • You can make it in the kuzha just like how we make kuzha puttu.
  • Adding cashew raisins is purely optional but I prefer it this way. I wanted to add almonds too but forgot :) may be you can try adding it.
  • I used wheat bread you can use white bread too.
Bread Puttu Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

16 comments:

  1. Totally new to me, sounds interesting. And yes, at times, we need a break and its a much needed one :)

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  2. I just loved it...Such a cute Recipe for sweet lovers......................................

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  3. what a lovely creation. Will definitely give it a try.

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  4. Lovely, tks for sharing such a unique recipe!

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  5. break is always needed one sharmi then only we can come back with bang. loved ur version i recently tried with ragi flour without puttu maker it came delicious.

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  6. No one can beat you in picture clarity, You stand above most or all of the bloggers out there

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  7. Super easy recipe.Will try for sure. :)

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  8. I tried it today...It is awesome :)

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  9. Thanks, for the wonderful piece of blog. Looks like will be a delicious recipe to enjoy the weekend with family.click here

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  10. Very nice and innovative dish and so easy too, going to try this soon..

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  11. Made it for breakfast... Hubby n son loved it. Very different n awesome! Thank u...

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  12. Hi Sharmilee,

    All your recipes are very well photographed and presented :)

    Check out my recipe blog 'http://www.itsfuncooking.com' and let me know your feedback :)

    Cheers,
    Deepa

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  13. very nice and innovative dish. Going to try this soon.

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  14. Puttu being my personal favorite, I could not think of anything other than conventional conventional shape ("Chiratta puttu"-exception).
    This has opened a whole new perception of puttu for me...Thank you for the wonderful recipe!!!

    I have just started blogging recently, my website is http://www.saltandtamarind.net/.

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