How to eat ..

How to eat is as important as what is in our plate. My colleague came back from Kerala and complained that she choked on the puttu I lovingly talk about as it was very dry. It turns out she ordered puttu but didn’t order anything with it and therefore she ate it as is πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„, she was too shy to ask around how to eat it. Often thats our problem. Haven’t there been times when many of us have been caught in a similar situation?

So here you go, one of the many ways to relish puttu, one of my favourite combinations – mash the ripe bananas into it, so that none of you will choke on it dry when you find it served on your plate. 


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An Aquarius Woman

34 thoughts on “How to eat ..”

  1. Banana and jaggery with half a spoon of ghee (clarified butter) make a tasty combination for the beginner. For others I would suggest boiled green gram and Pappadam along with puttu or chenna curry with puttu.

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      1. Adding puttu to coffee? Do you mean coffee after eating puttu? Or, do you mix coffee and puttu? Strange combination. But of course, tastes differ.Still I cannot reconcile to the idea.


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