Pittu refer to Sri Lanka's  dish of cylinder rolls made of rice flour  and grated coconut.Traditionally the main ingradient of  Pittu  is rice flour, but wheat flour (kurakkan flour)  can also  be used. A mixture of both the rice flour and wheat flour  can also be used. The other basic ingradient for making Pittu  is the scraped coconut.

Pittu is one of the typical breakfast food of the country , but they cal also be served for dinner or any meal . They are  usually  eaten with fresh coconut milk or curry.

Pittu is not only a popular and frequently prepared food items in Sri Lanka, Tamils from the  Northern and Eastern parts of Sri Lanka,  the  Sinhalese living in other areas of the country and the people in some parts of South India also prepare Pittu.




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