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Tava Masala Idli is a delicious and quick snack - a medley of leftover idli's and some spicy masala's are added to it to give a spicy and additional flavor.

Masala idli is scrumptious recipe indigenous to Southern section of India. This amazing Indian snack is savored as morning meal and is among the wholesome along with scrumptious options to a fried paranthas as well as other this kind of breakfast recipes daily. Masala Idli   is probably the most popular and impressive dish made out of remaining Idlis.

 

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About Recipe

How to make TAWA MASALA IDLI

(43 ratings)
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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
20 mins
TAWA MASALA IDLI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : IDLI
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 22, 2019


Ingredients used in TAWA MASALA IDLI
• Urad dal - 1 tea spoon.
• Chana dal - 1 tea spoon.
• Pepper corn - half tea spoon.
• Chana dal - 1 tea spoon.
• Rice - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander leaves - half bunch.
• Red chillies - 4-5 numbers.
• Roasted chana dal - 1 tea spoon.
• Tamarind (lemon size) - 1 small.
• Garlic cloves - 6 numbers.
• Sesame seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Butter - 2 teaspoons.
• Salt - to taste.
• Idli - 4-5 numbers.
Method:
  • First, we have to make idly powder for that take urad dal, chana dal, rice, coriander seeds, pepper corns, in a hot pan and roast for a while.
  • Now add red chilies, roasted chana, tamarind, garlic cloves and mix it.
  • After that add sesame seeds and roast it till it becomes brownish.
  • Once it cools down blend and make coarse powder. In another pan add butter and idli pieces then mix it thoroughly and sprinkle the powder, salt on it then mix it properly.
  • Now add some more butter, coriander leaves and mix once again. Switch off the flame and serve hot in the breakfast.





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Masala idli is scrumptious recipe indigenous to Southern section of India. This amazing Indian snack is savored as morning meal and is among the wholesome along with scrumptious options to a fried paranthas as well as other this kind of breakfast recipes daily. Masala Idli   is probably the most popular and impressive dish made out of remaining Idlis.

 

The masala idli is made by giving very little twist to the standard plain idli. So that you can anticipate that it is much more scrumptious. Made out of steam, idli is the best for overall health and calorie conscious people. For masala form of idli, it's sautéed with little mustard seeds and asafetida (hing) and grated coconut. Putting the stir-fry salad to idli will make a really flexible recipe. You are able to offer this as lunch, snack or salad.  This too creates a fantastic lunch box meal because it is incredibly nutritious and pleasing.

 

Idli is certainly a preferred south Indian delicious steamed cake all through India. They are made from fermented black lentils (urad dal) and steamed rice or Idli rava soaked and converted into a mixture and fermented overnight. The fermentation procedure reduces the starches so they will be more easily digested by the body. Steamed idli in India might have been a brought concept from Indonesia.

 

Idlis are often offered with fresh ground chutney, sambar or any other complement such as Idli podi and many other. Blends of crushed dry spices for example milagai podi include the chosen condiment for idlis eaten on the go. Usually masala Idli is made of the remaining Idlis and appear really vibrant and delicious. It's just like a upma recipe and fast and easy to make.

 

This may taste wonderful to those finicky eaters who don't prefer to repeat the exact same morning meal all over again or eat different things and scrumptious. This dish may also be made out of fresh idlis, they are crumbled and tempered delightful with mustard seeds, fresh curry leaves urad dal, channa dal, hing (asafetida), green chilies and little haldi powder to obtain the wonderful yellow-colored and offered hot with freshly chopped cilantro leaves and lime juice as garnish.

 

Generally, when you've got lots of guest or children at home, the majority of us prepare Idlis in big amounts to offer with sambar and chutney. Usually the sambar and chutney might be eaten leaving out few Idlis. So rather than repeating the sambar and chutney once again, the leftovers Idlis are made into scrumptious and yummy masala idli for evening snacks. To boost the tastes and flavor you may also include groundnuts to provide nutty flavor and crispness or mixed veggies to make it healthy for the kids.

 

Masala Idli is really an incredible recipe and is consumed by itself. It is surely a nutritious meal along with a heavy morning meal. Children too take pleasure in the flavor and will be healthy with the addition of veggies into it. This dish appears pleasing and delectable too without any wastage. They're quickly digestible, low in calories and fat.

 

The next time in case you have remaining Idlis do try this recipe out and savor its flavor. Don't include additional salt since there might be salt in the idlis. If you want you may add onions or make it without onions as well, both equally would taste wonderful.  Idli are usually soft and fluffy to eat, quickly digestible and makes a perfect breakfast. South Indian are quite specific regarding their Idlis as they ought to be neither too fluffy nor too rubbery, neither too fermented nor too bland. The rice and lentil should complement one another. Idli is fiber loaded food and whole grains are digested slowly and discharge glucose at the steady but slow rate in the bloodstream. If you're dieting, the idli is among one of the best food because they are low in calories.



 

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Mrs.Vahchef Posted on Sat Dec 20 2014

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lubna yousufi Posted on Sat Dec 20 2014

Delightful ?

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kilaru bhagya Posted on Sat Jan 03 2015

V nice andi... plz u also show smiple nov veg repices andi i hope to see u more...?

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Rayyan Akthar Posted on Mon Feb 23 2015

App k videos clear nahe hai aisa kyun?

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Shalini Singh Posted on Wed Jun 17 2015

Really nice thanks?

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Priyam Shah Posted on Sun Sep 20 2015

is the powder made without washing the dal and rice????

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Shilpa Shah Posted on Fri Oct 16 2015

awesome !?

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Sravanthi b Posted on Mon Jun 13 2016

Madam, in one of your episodes, i saw u preparing left over idli fry with egg, but missed to watch the complete episode,, can you please add it in you tube?

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