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Rava Iddlies With Methi Leaves

Rava Iddlies With Methi Leaves

Ingredients

Serving Size: 28 pieces

2 cup rava
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp cumin seeds
1tbsp ural dah
1tbsp peppercorns
1 tbsp channa dal
3 green chilies, finely chopped
big pinch soda (optional)
1 cup finely chopped methi leaves
1 cup well beaten thick curd with little salt and hing powder
2tbsp ghee

Preparation Methods:
Presure cook the methi leaves for 2 whitsle and squesse out the water completly-set aside.Heat ghee, add the mustard seeds and once they splutter, add the ural dah,peppercorn,cumin seeds,chana dal and saute till the dal turns golden brown. Add the green chillie and the methi leaves.Immediately add rava and on low to medium heat stir fry the rava for about minutes.Let the mixture cool off. Take a bowl - curd, water and salt and mix well.Finally mix in the rava mixture and more water if you find the batter too thick. Leave the mixture for a least 1-2 hours.
Grease idli plates.Pour the batter.Steam the rava idlis and let it stand for few seconds before removing the rava idlis carefully with a spatula and serve hot with chutney of your choice.



Comments

gtyuk said…
nice touch with methi leaves!! need a chutney to dip one!!
Unknown said…
addition of methi sounds healthy and so good..i usually add grated carrots..
Alka said…
I love methi and I use it in many dishes, but I haven't ever tasted methi-Idli combo..sounds so wonderful !
Tina said…
Healthy and spongy idlis......
Thanks for the lovely comments- combination with methi leaves tastes great and should give it a try:)
Vrinda said…
Yummy idlies,liked the addition of methi leaves
Thanks Vrinda ..u should try them pa..was really good:)
Lavanya Siva said…
Wow, the idly looks perfect and soft. I am sure it would taste great. You are such a natural blogger

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