Panasa Puttu Koora from Andhra Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog

Panasa Puttu Koora from Andhra Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog
Panasa Puttu Koora from Andhra Pradesh, India | Best Indian Food Blog

Location : Andhra Pradesh. Preference : Veg. Taste : Salty.

Ingredients : Mustard Seed, Mustard Oil, Panasa Puttu, Water, Green Chilli, Coconut Oil, Split Chickpea, Split Black Gram, Dry Red Chilli, Raw Peanut, Curry Leaves, Cumin, Asafoetida, Salt, Turmeric Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Ripe Tamarind.

Recipe at a Glance : Make a paste of mustard seed ⇒ grease your fingers, knife and chopping surface with cooking oil ⇒ clean and chop panasa puttu ⇒ dip chopped panasa puttu in water ⇒ chop green chilli ⇒ drain water of panasa puttu ⇒ fry split chickpea, split black gram, dry red chilli, raw peanut and curry leaves ⇒ fry ⇒ add mustard seed, cumin, asafoetida ⇒ fry ⇒ add chopped green chilli ⇒ fry ⇒ add chopped panasa puttu, salt, turmeric, red chilli powder ⇒ mix well ⇒ cover to tender ⇒ add tamarind juice and mustard paste ⇒ mix well ⇒ cover to tender ⇒ it’s ready to serve, let’s taste. ▶️ Video Help

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. inhiscare753 says:

    Looks delicious

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    1. Thank you very much!🙏👍💖😊

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  2. I’m an Andhra and I strangely never heard of this one before…It luks yum and I’m definitely gonna try this:-)

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    1. Do not worry, we found lots of native recipes those have been converted into rocking English name and famous in European hotels and restaurants but unfortunately forgotten in India.
      In Andhra Pradesh some Vaishnav community have been consumed Green Jackfruit as the substitute of Meat. We will make a video on it soon. Thank you for your interest. Hope you will be with us.😊

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      1. That’s quite a gud info I must say…Keep finding new stuff and share with us…Looking forward to more exciting food from my home state and other parts too…I luv maharastrian and delhi local street food…Do write more of it too…Thank you

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      2. Definitely, stay safe. 👍🙏

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  3. chefkreso says:

    Sounds spicy and delicious, just as I like it 🙂

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    1. 😊Thank you, stay safe and enjoy.

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  4. All time favorite curry of mine, Looking yummy. my mom prepares Panasa puttu curry n I love to eat 🙂

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! Enjoy! Do try yourself at home.

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