September 25, 2007

Rava Idli For RCI


This is my entry to Ashaji's RCI - Karnataka. Thanks asha for hosting a lovely event. For this event only I tried this breakfast dish called "RAVA IDLI". Really we enjoyed a lot. I tried Lata's Rava Idli recipe . Really came out very delicious. Thanks Lataji. Here is my recipe:


Rava Idli:
Prep Time : 15 minutes
Cooking time : 6 minutes
Serves : 4
Cuisine : Karnataka

Ingredients:
2 cups roasted fine semolina or fine rava
1 1/2 cups curds
salt to taste
2 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves
2 tbsp finely chopped curry leaves

For tempering:
2 tbsp oil
1 tsp mustards
1 tsp urid dal
1 tsp chanadal
2 finely chopped green chillies

Method:
1. For this rava idli, I used roasted semolina.

2. Heat oil in a kadai, add mustards, chanadal and urid dal, fry for 2 minutes on low heat. Add green chillies, finely chopped coriander leaves and curry leaves and turn off the heat.

3. Add above tempering to roasted semolina, add beaten curd and salt, mix well. Use little water to mix the batter well.

4. Pour the batter in greased idly trays and steam in pressure cooker for 6 minutes (without weight). Remove idlis after 5 minutes.



5. Serve hot with any chutney of your choice.

10 comments:

easycrafts said...

This looks perfect..way to go

Jyothi said...

Thanks easycrafts.

Siri said...

Wow Jyothi, They look so yum.. Thanks for recipe..:D

Timepass said...

Jyothi, the idlis are very tempting

Vcuisine said...

Jyothi, they look like sponge really. viji

Asha said...

That is a great entry Jyoti, look perfect. Thank you for taking time!:))

Jyothi said...

Thanks siri.

Hi Timepass, welcome to my blog. Yes, really they came out very tasty. Thanks for your lovely words and keep coming.

Hi Viji, yes really they are like sponge and fluffy too. Thanks dear.

Hi Asha! I have to tell you thanks because, I tried this recipe for your event only. With that I got a delicious recipe. Now this is my family's all time favorite breakfast. Thanks for dropping by and eagerly waiting for roundup.

anusharaji(www.talimpu.com) said...

they look beautiful
did u put turmeric? they look yellow right?

Jyothi said...

Hi Raji! I didn't add turmeric. When you add tempering to the idly batter, then that color will come. Thanks for your lovely words.

TBC said...

Nice entry!

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