Pottukadalai Podi Recipe | Putnala Podi | Pappula Podi

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe | Putnala Podi | Pappula Podi

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe | Putnala Podi | Pappula Podi

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe, meaning Fried Gram Powder. This is a could accompaniment for breakfast when there is no time to make chutneys

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe, meaning Fried Gram Powder. This is a could accompaniment for breakfast when there is no time to make chutneys

Seriously these masala powders are saviours when there is urgency to finish off cooking or when there is no enough patience to cook. Pottukadalai podi recipe is one such saviour which goes well with breakfast like Idly, Dosa, Tomato Upma etc. It is also very easy to prepare as there is no cooking procedure involved.

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe, meaning Fried Gram Powder. This is a could accompaniment for breakfast when there is no time to make chutneys

I got to know about this Pottukadalai Podi Recipe when I was in school in my home town. My classmates used to get it during the Morning Schools time. It is called Pappula Podi or Putnala Podi in Telugu. Fried Gram is called Pappulu in some parts of Andhra while the Telangana Folks call it Putnala Pappu. It was often given along with Puffed Rice Upma in some small road side stalls in my place. Some people add garlic abundantly to enhance the taste. You can even prepare this without adding garlic.

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe, meaning Fried Gram Powder. This is a could accompaniment for breakfast when there is no time to make chutneys

And what more we want, just take this Pottukadalai Podi in one bowl, mix some water and give a nice tempering. Delicious chutney is ready in no time with no grinding involved. It’s nice isn’t it? I even spread this liberally on my dosas.It tastes yummy.

Let us see how to make Pottukadalai Recipe

Pottukadalai Podi Recipe | Putnala Podi | Pappula Podi
Pottukadalai Podi Recipe, meaning Fried Gram Powder. This is a could accompaniment for breakfast when there is no time to make chutneys
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
849 calories
146 g
0 g
28 g
24 g
23 g
1053 g
490 g
80 g
0 g
4 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
1053g
Amount Per Serving
Calories 849
Calories from Fat 235
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 28g
43%
Saturated Fat 23g
114%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 3g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 490mg
20%
Total Carbohydrates 146g
49%
Dietary Fiber 23g
93%
Sugars 80g
Protein 24g
Vitamin A
171%
Vitamin C
2191%
Calcium
26%
Iron
65%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. Pottukadalai (Fried Gram)/Pappulu/Putnalu : 300 Gms
  2. Dry Coconut : ½ cup chopped
  3. Red Chillies : 20
  4. Peeled Garlic (Optional) : ½ cup
  5. Salt: To taste
Instructions
  1. Transfer all the given ingredients in a mixer jar and grind it to a fine powder.
  2. Cool the mixture and store it in an airtight container.
Notes
  1. While serving you can add a spoon of oil or ghee on this podi and mix well for a different taste.
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