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Daal Iddly With Stuffed Mint Chutney

Daal Iddly With Stuffed Mint Chutney

My kids has being refusing to eat iddlies. They prefer to have dosai rather than iddlies. That's when I tried out Kanchipura Iddly recipe given by my hubby's colleague. It was a big hit and my kids love it so much. They want to have iddlies every day, so I prepared this recipe and it was a success too. Hope you too will find the recipe delicious too.

Serving Size: 5

1 cup iddly batter
1/4 cup ural daal
1/4 cup moong daal
1/4 cup channa daal
1/4 cup well beaten fresh curd
salt to taste
a pinch of hing powder
a pinch of baking soda (optional)
a few spoons of mint chutney

Preparation Methods:
Soak the daal for 4 hours and grind them into a fine mixture. Transfer the mixture into a large bowl. Add the iddly batter and remaining ingredients except the mint chutney. Leave it for about 2 hours. Grease the iddly plate with oil and add 1tbsp of the mint chutney and then pour a big spoonful of the batter. Steam cook for 15-20 minutes till they are done..Always let the iddly to cool for few minutes before you take them out. They will be soft and fluffy. Enjoy these soft fluffy iddlies with sambar. I normally like to have these type of breakfast items especially iddlies with chicken or fish curry. The taste is out of the world.


Unknown said…
Nice recipe. The chutney must have made the idlies aromatic.
dsdsds said…
That is a very innovative idly.. as they say in an ad "Obviously Delicious, secretively nutritious"

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