Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Idiappam with Vegetable Stew


Ingredients for idiappam

2 cups rice flour
2 tbs butter
salt
1 cup water
Idli stand and murruku presser with very finee holes



Method
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Boil 1 cup of water in a sauce pan ( turn off the stove ) add salt and 2 tbs of butter then add rice flour cover with lid and let it sit for 5 to 10 min
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Once it is cooled to handle ,Mix the dough well and fill in to murukku maker
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Grease idli stands with butter and press the dough in to stand
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Steam for 7 t0 10 min in a cooker with out preassure
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After 10 min unmould the idiappam in to plate and serve hot with veg stew



Recipe for vegetable stew
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1 cup of boiled vegetables ( potatoes, carrots and green peas )
1/2 cup sliced onions
1 tbs garlic and ginger ( chopped)
2 green chillis (chopped)
1 tsp fennal seeds
2 of each cardamom pods , cloves ,cinnamon
pinch of garam masala
1 cup thick coconut milk
1 cup water
salt
2 tbs oil
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Method
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Boil chopped vegetables with salt and keep aside
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Heat oil in a sauce pan add fennal seeds, cardamom pods,cloves ,cinnamon
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Now add sliced onions ,chopped ginger , garlic ,green chillis ,sautee until onions
are soft
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Add boiled vegetables ,salt ,coconut milk and pinch of garam masala
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Add water until u get a desired consistency and simmer for 10 min
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Done ,serve hot with idiappam

36 comments:

Asha said...

I love Idiyappam,I made it once long time ago, loved it. Great combo Sagari, looks good.Will try later this month!:))

Cynthia said...

Wow, I can only imagine how good this tastes.

kamala said...

My fav Sagari..I love to have with coconut milk

Madhavi said...

WOW awesome entry Sagri. I never made this before, will try soon!!!!

Hima said...

Mouthwatering pictures. Love to make it as early as possible.

Laavanya said...

What an utterly delicious combination that is Sagari.. I want some now!!

Divya said...

wow..idiyappam and stew look delicious..adding butter to the idiyappam dough is something new to me..great entry!!

Cham said...

Looks good, love with sugar and coconut :)

Uma said...

delicious idiappam and also the stew.

SMN said...

This is my fav.. we ussually serve with banana rasayana..

Illatharasi said...

Awesome pictures.... Idiappam looks too yummy:)

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Aparna said...

Oh, delicious. We just love this. Make it for those Sunday breakfasts.

easycrafts said...

Idiappam...have already made, need to try out your stew next..btw, i tried ur veg malai masala ...it was superb..will post this week

Richa said...

d-lish :)

Sunshinemom said...

Looks great. Wish I could hop over to have a bite...but I could never stop with one:)

Nithu said...

very good combination. your idiappam and stew looks perfect.

Bhawana said...

though I never had Iddiappam. but recipe looks great :)

Divya Vikram said...

The idiyapam looks too good sagari

Sumi said...

My favorite breakfast and I make it often.The pictures are perfect.But I didnt bring the murruku press from India this time.So just have to wait till my next trip

Priti said...

So tempting.....love idiappam

Priti said...

I still cant stop drooling over the idiappams...hey there is something for your in my blog....

vandana rajesh said...

That looks real yummm sagari.Love idiappams have always been getting the instant ones. Will try this recipe next time

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

i love them sagari .. its been a while since i ate them ... mouth watering

Sireesha said...

Mouthwatering pictures.........Will try soon....

Homecooked said...

Wow...looks like a lot of effort! Looks great!

delhibelle said...

such beautiful pictures..idiyappam looks delicious!

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Sharmila said...

Wow! Your blog is a treasure trove of some delicious looking recipes. Must go thru the whole lot. Even the pics are beautiful. :-)

A&N said...

Hi Sagari, really nice recipe! And the combination of Idiyappam with the stew sounds mouth-watering:)

Amrutha said...

Idiyappam is my favorite. It brings back memories from childhood.. You made me crave these now! I think I'll run to a Saravana Bhawan nearby :)

rekhas kitchen said...

idiyappam looks so yummy sagari that is my fav one

Mrs.SriLekha said...

superb idiyappam and i love it

Miri said...

My absolute favourite breakfast - and the idiyappam never gets made at home because I am so bad at making it! your fab pics and simple recipe might just inspire me to try once again

LG said...

appam looks soooo goood. I simply adore them.

Johnna Knows Good Food: Yum Yum, Gimme Some! said...

I would love to try this;-)