Thursday, July 17, 2008

Rava Idli


Ingredients

2 cups rava ( semolina)
1 cup yogurt( sour)
2 tbs oil
1 tsp cumin and musturd seeds
3 tbs cashews
salt
1 tbs chopped cilantro
1/2 tsp eno fruit salt


Method
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Heat 2 tbs oil in a pan add cumin seeds ,musturd seeds and cashews fry for a min then add
rava
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Roast rava on a low flame for 10 to 15 min , keep aside and let it cool
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Now add yogurt and salt mix well ,add water if required ,until u get a thich batter
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Let it rest for 15 min
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Now add 1/2 tsp Eno fruit salt and chopped cilantro , mix well
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Add salt to taste
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Grease idli moulds ,add 1 laddle full of batter in to each mould , steam cook for 12 to 15 min
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Done ,serve hot with coconut chutney
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27 comments:

Priti said...

Rava Idli looks yummy...I tried your version of Egg Briyani and it was so gud...soon I'll post in my blog and let u know. Thanks for the recipe

Madhavi said...

WOW Rava idli, my fav. Never tried b4 at home so will try soon. Idli looks awesome and yummy yummy!!!

Sireesha said...

Sagari,rava idli looks yummy and delicious..Never tried with rava will try now......Pics are drooling......

jayasree said...

Rava idly looks very fluufy. nice step-by-step pics.

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

rava idli looks yummy .. never tried it at home, we always buy the readymade mix .. shall give it a try

Seema said...

Wow!! Home made version great. My mom makes too...I am stuck with MTR, hopefully will do soon my version too :-)

Illatharasi said...

Oh my god.... I am feeling hungry after seeing your idlies.... ;)

They look too yummy:)

Shreya said...

Oh, so beautiful...Idlis are the favorite in my house... they look delicious..the melt-in-your-mouth kind:-)

easycrafts said...

A traditional breakfast...looks lovely

Richa said...

wow! the texture is soooo good :)

KALVA said...

this is my hsnbands fav.. lovely recipe

Pooja said...

i had the similar store bought MTR rava idli many times , your looksso similar to that, such a professional touch :) . thank you for this delicious recipe and step by step pics dear Sagari.

kamala said...

Looks delicious Sagari...I too make often

Vanamala said...

rava idli very nice..

rekhas kitchen said...

wooh rava idli looks so delicious

Sujatha said...

rava idlis look gorgeous! I've always used the MTR mix, this recipe is so cool and sounds easy.. will try soon..

homecooked said...

These idlis look yummy! Very soft and delicious.

Purva Desai said...

hey,
thanks for stopping by......this rava idli looks easy and really tempting.
Thanks for sharing and pictures are displayed very neatly

SriLekha said...

yummy idlis

Meera said...

Loved that picture!

Trupti said...

Rava Idli looks very delicious Sagari..I once tried these but they become little bit hard. Now I will try ur version.

Vidhya said...

My god, I have never seen such a wonderful rava idly. Looks so yummy. Will try definites. BTW what is Eno salt.

Sagari said...

vidya - ENO salt is used for digestion in india, it is also known as fruit salt ,U can find this in any indian groceries

farida said...

I've missed some of your posts. It's been crazy here:) I am back now. I really love the indli you made. I never heard about idli before and did a quick google search to read more before commenting on your post:)) sounds like something I would want to try. I have a question though. If I don't have those molds, what do I do? Also, I am not familiar with fruit salt. Any substitution?

Sagari said...

Farida ---- U can substitube baking soda insted of eno salt and u can use any mould for steaming ( may be small cups)

Nags said...

you have such a varied collection of recipes, i love ur site!

Nazneen said...

I visited your blog recently, the attractive display of food and lovely pictures makes your blog diffrent i already tried egg paratha, garlic shrimp and rava idli and everything turned out so perfect, you are really making a great contribution !