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south Indian special idliz can i help you in preparing white and soft idliz? than come join me on my blog :)

 

 

 

sairam,

Everyone wishes to prepare soft and white idlis, now ill help you in my kitchen in preparing some soft, soft idlis 

 

 

 

        Day 3: Three’s a Crowd  #Barathon 2018 

                                       and my challenge is on exploring about cooking in my kitchen 

Ingredients: – ( for white & soft idlis)

1. Rice – ( idli rice) 4cups
2. Urad dal – 1cup ( white lentil) & poha ( flattened rice) very little
3. Cooked rice – ( leftover rice can be used) little
4. Oil
5. Salt & cooking soda

 

 

 

Method: –
1. Take a big bowl  to add rice & dal
2. Wash them at least 4 to 5 times till u get transparent water
3. Now add flattened rice & cooked rice mix them well
4. Add sufficient of water
5. Soak it nearly for 5-6 hours
6. Make a soft idli batter & rest it for 5hrs
7. Now add salt to taste & cooking soda 3 pinch
8. Brush the idli plate with oil & add batter
9. Steam it for 9-10 minutes
10. Serve hot with chutneys & sambar

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are mini idlis, you get mini idlis stand at any steel shops or even in supermarkets or online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, these are called tatte idlis, in English can be called as plate idlis… even u can get this in steel shops,supermarkets, or online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

instant Rawa idli:-

ing:-

1.idli rawa – as per your need I used 2cups (small)

2.buttermilk – as per your need to make idli batter but bit thick

3. carrot – 2 grated

4. dry fruits – chopped

5.salt – to taste

6.soda – 3pinch

7. mustard – 1tblsp

8. zeera – 1tbsp

9. oil – as per need to prepare

10. channa dal – 2tbsp

11. curry leaves 10-15 chopped

12. coriander

method:-

  1. dry roast the rawa
  2. take a pan to add oil
  3. now add mustard seeds, zeera, chana dal, curry leaves
  4. fry for sometime
  5. now add this to the roasted rawa
  6.  add little, little buttermilk 
  7. mix all well till you get good rawa idli thick batter
  8. now add salt and soda
  9. take an idli stand, brush little oil
  10. add the batter to the idli plate
  11. and add the topping with carrot, dry fruits, and coriander ( optional)
  12. steam it for 10mts
  13. once done serve it hot with chutney, sagu or sambar…

 

 Super excited to participate in the Third Edition Of  Bar – A – Thon 

hosted by  Blog-A-Rythm

                                                                                 #Barathon 2018

 

Simi

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20 Comments

  1. I am very fond of idlis. Soft idlis are easily digestible. But if one uses these ready-made dosa-idli batter from shops for preparing idlis sometimes the idlis come out really hard. Another thing is you have to make sure that the batter from the shop has salt already added or we are expected to add salt to the batter. Nice post.

    1. tysm 🙂

  2. Thanks for joining in our #FlavoursomeTuesdays and hope to see you there regularly!
    Making idlis is definitely an art and it is really good that you are sharing the secret to soft and fluffy idlis. Indeed they are healthy and a great breakast food.

    1. my pleasure, tysm 🙂

  3. Deepa says:

    Idli is always cuddly. Infact the WHO has declared idli to be the tastiest and healthiest choice. Idly for me anytime..

    1. same here idli is my all time fav:)

  4. Your posts and pictures make me hungry.

    1. haha, plz do come and tysm 🙂

  5. I love Idlis a lot and this is one dish that features as our brunch on most holidays! I dont make the batter at home. Will try making it one of these days! Thanks for the recipe, Simi!

    1. My pleasure Shilpa, yes plz do try

  6. I love thatte idlys. Never tried making idlys at home though and since its easily available in Bangalore, I never actually bothered 🙂

    1. Tysm, do try once..

  7. idlis are our favorite dish. I love to have this with South Indian Sambhar and Chutney. Your post made me mouth watering.

    1. tysm dear 🙂

  8. Excellent! You are quite the cook and possess good photography skills as well.

    1. Tysm dear, yes I love cooking

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