Puttu hawker stall on Mada Street draws people for the variety

The Mylai Puttu hawker stall on North Mada Street is drawing more clients because the millets variety of puttu has turned out to be popular.
The puttu sold at this mobile cart located opposite Nithya Amirtham restaurant and open from 5 to 9 pm.
is made out of rice and  from a range of millets.
Mixed with naatu sarkarai, fresh grated coconut, with a dollop of ghee mixed into it, a serving is filling.
A serving on a plate costs Rs 60: take away packs are available too.
Yamuna Jambulingam is versatile – pushing out the steamed flour from the kuzhal, mixing it firmly and serving it out. Her husband helps.
Pearl millet, finger millet, wheat, red rice, white rice, kavuni rice, mappillai samba, poonkaar, karunkuruvai, and kuthiraivali and samai are the offerings.
The common six varieties are on the menu everyday, while specials served one by one, each day.
“Wheat and red rice puttu are the tastiest,” says Yamuna.
Mada Street shoppers seem to opt for a plate of the piping hot kuzhai puttu.
Contact phone:9884012687.
– Report, photo: V. Soundararani