These Idlis may not be like the original Idlis still they are tasty with a nice spicy chutney...
MY VERDICT: My kiddo liked ( I can't say loved it as her favourite is the original Idlis !!), she said it was very nice..., and ate it with the sambhar I made just for her.., the other two said it was quite filling and ate with my spicy chutney...., eldest the combo was really good.., Hubby was bit inquisitive ( I have come to know now that if he asks me, what did you do with this recipe means he likes it!).., so I jumped into it and asked how was it.., he said it quite very nice actually and so the family story ends with a sigh that everybody enjoyed a good hearty, healthy breakfast.
Mum is very happy that she found an other recipe which her kids doesn't mind eating... what else do you need ?...
Will wish you all once again tomorrow... c u soon with an other recipe tomorrow....take care...
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Recipe is very attractive. Healthy and apealing to the health watchers. But somehow my idlis remained soggy. would you know what I could have missed.
Hi Anonymous sorry and apologies for this late reply, went on holiday and couldn't get internet access, I always find that there are various products and each may be different in variety, I always suggest that recipes for this kind you should add the liquid base in smaller quantities until you reach the desired quantity that is one option
second is try making one plate and test the texture and if you feel you like it or if you need a bit more liquid into it you can add bring the batter to the consistency you think will get best results.
My suggestion would be reduced the quantity of the Yogurt or buttermilk or completely omit buttermilk it really doesn't matter, I think I added buttermilk as mine was on a bit dry side!!, check out which is suitable and write back to me with your results, actually I was bit perturbed when I made, but to my surprise my family loved it.., do tell me if you liked it..
Never tried combining oats and cracked wheat for idlis.
Healthy innovative twist to Idlis.
Woww!! Those idlies look amazing.. Very soft... Lovely clicks 🙂
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healthy combo Jayasri 🙂 and will soon try this.. bookmarked 🙂
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My MIL will def love this she eats lapsi which is so bland for her so if make her this shes goes to jump.. good idlies..
VERY INNOVATIVE RECIPE. LOOKS AND SOUNDS YUM.
idli is looking so soft. loved it
Anjali Bapna Shukla
Bookmarked bookmarked bookmarked!!
My daughter loves idlis and now I need to follow all your recipes to make her happy. 🙂
This is such an unbelievable combo!!
Happy Ugadi to you and your family.
I make these idlis too as I find them tasty, healthy and a quick fix.
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