Putu mayam is one of the traditional Indian foods that has received encouraging responses from all races and regardless of age. Putu mayam is made from rice flour or “idiyappam” flour with water or coconut milk. To produce putu mayam, it will be formed into a dough first before being put into a mold that is pressed to produce a shape like fine noodles. Putu mayam is eaten with grated coconut, brown sugar or Melaka sugar, and also granulated sugar. This dish can usually be sold on the sidewalk as street food and can also be found in local night markets. It is suitable for breakfast and also for afternoon tea.