Putnala karam podi is a Telugu spice powder made from roasted gram (chana dal), cumin seeds, and red chilies. It is a versatile spice powder that can be used to add flavor to a variety of dishes, such as rice, idli, dosa, and uttapam.
The name “putnala karam podi” comes from the Telugu words “putnala”, which means “fried gram”, and “karam”, which means “spice”. The spice powder is made by roasting gram, cumin seeds, and red chilies until they are fragrant. The roasted spices are then ground into a fine powder.
Putnala karam podi is a popular spice powder in Telugu cuisine. It is often used to add flavor to rice dishes, such as pongal and khichdi. It can also be used to add flavor to snacks, such as murukku and bajji.
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