Friday, April 3, 2009

Pundi gatti

Pundi Gatti, one of the quick and easy breakfast dishes cooked at my home. This with hot and spice kadale curry is an unbeatable combination..

For Pundi gatti you need:

Rice tari - 1 cup
Coconut scrapped - 1/2 cup
Bengal gram - 1 tbsp
Coriander leaves
Green chillis chopped
Ghee
Salt

Soak the Bengal gram in hot water for 15 mins.
Heat 2 cups of water in a kadai, add 1 tsp ghee and salt bring it to a boil.
Add the rice tari. Keep turning with the spatula till the water evaporates
Mix in all the other ingredients
Wet your hands with water and shape into oblong pieces.
Cook in steam for 20 mins.
Serve with sauce / chutney / kadala curry.



I am sending this to CFK: Rice hosted Trupti of Recipe centre for all and originated at Sharmi's Neivedyam.

11 comments:

Suparna said...

Hi Shree,
LOL....the spice face on the pundi looks cute :) Mangalorinalli ide dishge oondi antivi, tastes great with coriander chutney. Lovely click.
TC

LG said...

naneno mola kuthidyalla ankonde LOL...akkithari idli anthare Myosre kade, superagi irathe.

Asha said...

Hahaha! Nice decoration Shree, we call akki tari kadubu, love it. Great entry! :)

DEESHA said...

I love that decoration, looks soo cute

Recipe Center said...

Nice decoration Shree.. looks very tasty and easy to make. Thanks for sending this entry for the event.

Ashwini said...

Looking at it I was owndering what it that..:-)..Very nice decoration..Namma kade akki thari idli anthare..Thindu thumba divasa ayithu..Superagi ide..Happy Shree Ram Navami..

suma said...

Had to do something so that my cousin's 5 yr old daughter will eat this :). Thank you all for the wonderful comments..

Pavithra Kodical said...

Pundi gatti is our favourite breakfast on weekends.y husband loves when i add more coconut..Perfect Mangalorean :)Do you speak tulu?

Sushma said...

Pundi gatti akki rubbi madthare alwa? I always make using soaked rice grinded to a coarse paste:)
Are you from South Canara?

anudivya said...

We have a different name for this, and we love it.

Sharmi said...

such a nice entry. looks very cute and delish!