Puttu is a breakfast dish eaten in the South Indian states of mainly in Kerala, but also in Tamil Nadu and parts of Karnataka, as well as Sri Lanka. Puttu means "portioned" in Malayalam. It is made of steamed cylinders of ground rice layered with coconut shavings, sometimes with a sweet or savory filling on the inside. Puttu is served hot with sweet side dishes such as palm sugar or banana, or with curries such as dal, chickpea, mutton, fish or chicken. In Bhatkal, puttu is served with side dishes such as ghee and sugar or Paya.
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