Urad Dal- ¾ cup
Cooked rice- 1/3 cup
Grated carrot- ½ cup
1) Soak dal for few hours.
2) Grind dal and cooked rice, adding required quantity of water.
3) Add rawa and mix thoroughly without any lumps.
4) Keep it overnight to ferment.
5) Add salt and grated carrot.
6) Pour the batter to idly molds and steam for about 10 minutes.
Looks Delicious, healthy and yummy.....ReplyDelete
Healthy idli's ... looks delicious Ganga :)ReplyDelete
looks new as i don't ferment for rawa idly.......must tryReplyDelete
This is a lovely idli!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing this idly..i never tried it. will try it soon.ReplyDelete
Delicious and yummy breakfast!ReplyDelete
Hmm.looks nice:)I too have tried twice .We loved it !!ReplyDelete
healthy idlis.. first time here and love your entire template and dishes...ReplyDelete
Yummy fluffy tempting idly. rava idly, coconut chutney and hot sambhar - cannt ask for anything better in life :-)ReplyDelete
U have a lovely blog.
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Carrot rawa idly is something new and looks delicious.I will try it out.ReplyDelete
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Lovely dish. My all time fav. There is something waiting for you in my blog. Plz collect it.ReplyDelete
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rava idli is my fav. ur recipe is something different..will try soonReplyDelete
Healthy and colorful!ReplyDelete
Hi I am new to ur blog. That's an healthy version of Idli.ReplyDelete
Do find time to drop by.
idlis look delicious...ReplyDelete
Carrot Rava Idli looks healthy and yummy.Also thank you for the award dear. Sorry couldn;t get back to you soon,just came back from India last week.ReplyDelete
that's a nice variation of ordianry rava idli; healthy too! nice post!ReplyDelete
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