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It is a breakfast staple in most of South India. It is made by soaking this flour with salt and water for 5 minutes, adding fresh grated coconut, and steaming. It is most commonly prepared in a Puttu Maker, but you may also use any steaming vessel in a pressure cooker. This flour is most commonly eaten with bananas, steamed chickpea curry, chicken curry or boiled green gram.
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