Monday, September 12, 2011

Masala Idly

Hi this is my 200th successful post, thanks to all you lovely blogger buddies
who have encouraged me and boosted me to continue blogging and post various
recipes. A big hug and thanks to all of you out there and please keep encouraging me
as usual.



Ingredients:




Boiled rice - 3 measures



Raw rice - 1 measure



Urad dal - 1 measure



Onion - i



Green chilly - 2 (cut into small pieces)



Ginger - 1 small piece (grated)



Coriander leaves



Salt as required



Method;



Soak rice and Urad dal separately for 6 hrs. ( Urad dal just for 2 hrs)



Drain the water and grind the rice separately to a smooth paste.



Grind the urad dal to a smooth paste.



Mix the rice and dal batter together.



Add salt and mix the batter from the bottom nicely.



Leave the batter to ferment overnight.



Next day cut 1 onion into small pieces,green chillies into small pieces,grate the



ginger and cut the coriander leaves into small pieces and mix in the batter. Stir fry the onion


pieces in a little oil and add with the other items in the batter.



Take the idly mould and grease the hollow portions with little oil and pour the batter



into each hollow and steam in the pressure cooker for 20-25 minutes.



After the idly is cooked remove and put in a vessel.



Now the masala idly is ready to be had with a chutney of your choice or molaga podi



with sesame oil.

23 comments:

  1. Delicious ....that's looks so yum

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  2. spicy n super soft idlis...nice preparation..do stop by mine when time permtits...

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  3. Spicy n yummy it looks ~ nice recipe!
    USMasala

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  4. Delicious looking masala idlis . Very interesting preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Congrats on your 200th post, spicy idlys.

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  6. Congrats on your 200th post..looking forward for more delicious recipes..btw, masala idly sounds very yummy..thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe like this.

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  7. cONGRATS ON UR 200TH POST. kEEP ROCKING

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  8. love these idlis! how flavorful and yummy with masala :)

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  9. Congrats on your 200th post...Masala idli are delicious...

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  10. Congratulations Indu on the milestone. Idlis here sound interesting...I am planning mini idlis for guests during navrathiri. making masala idlis would be a perfect party dish I think!

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  11. Congrats on your achievement! The idlis are delicious!

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  12. Congrats on your 200th post! Looks so yum...

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