Every business has a beginning, We initiated for a prompt reason & evolves from a preparation background.By observing all the positive and purity of Kerala we proudly present the Mrs. Nalans, a perfect blend of homely taste and modern technology. “Ready to cook masalas, rice powder, raggi powder, Avalose powder”etc. in pure traditional taste. The extreme quality of our products can be easily judged by a single use.
Turmeric, or Curcuma longa, belongs to the ginger family and naturally occurs in Southern Asia and India. Turmeric supplements come from the plant's rhizomes, which feature rough, brown skin and a dark orange flesh. Known for its fragrant aroma and slightly bitter taste, turmeric is a common culinary spice in Indian cuisine.View More
Chili powder (also powdered chili, chile powder or chilli powder) is the dried, pulverized fruit of one or more varieties of chili pepper, sometimes with the addition of other spices (also sometimes known as chili powder blend). It is used as a spice to add pungency or piquancy and flavor to dishes. Vrious Varieties of chilli powders are available in the market.View More
Grounded from coriander seeds, coriander powder is an essential condiment in the Indian cuisine. Very few dishes can be made without the touch of coriander powder. It has a pleasing aroma and savour.Coriander from which the powder is made is one of the world's oldest spices. It is considered both a spice and a herb. The seeds are dry fried and grounded.View More
Take 2 cups of Mrs.nalans puttu flour in a bowl. Add a little salt.Add water little at the time and mix well with your finger tips.When you take a handful of flour and press it between your fist, it should hold its shape, when you press it again a little harder, it should crumble. That is the right consistency.The flour should be crumbly and moist. There should be no lumps.You can blend it in a mixer for 2-3 seconds using the whipper blade. Keep it aside for 15 minutes.Layer the puttu kutty (cylindrical tube) first with a little grated coconut, then add 2 fistful of Mrs.Nalans puttu flour.Then again add grated coconut followed by Mrs.Nalans puttu flour.Repeat the same process until the mould/puttu kutty is full ending it with grated coconut.
Now fill the puttu pot with water, cover the cylindrical tube with lid and fix it on the pot. Keep it on high flame. Once the water start boiling in the pot, you will see steam escaping from the holes on top of the cylindrical tube, reduce the flame and cook for another 5-6 minutes.When you get a nice flavor of steamed puttu, switch off, remove the cylindrical tube/puttu kutty from the pot, open it and gently push the puttu using a wooden ladle.