Basmati rice/raw rice -3 cups
Water-1 ½ cups
Soak rice in water for 2 hours.
Grind to a very fine paste with 1 cup water
Add ½ cup water and salt.
Heat the batter in a pan and stir till it become thick.
Knead well with hand.
Fill it in an idiyappam maker and press it on to an idly pan.
add grated coconut on the top and steam for 8-10 minutes.
All time fav food...Looks yummy and perfect with egg roast..ReplyDelete
Usually we make with rice flour. This is a new method. Should try I think. Looks yummy. I just love with Nadan chicken curry.ReplyDelete
with basmati rice thats a good idea...i have never tried that..With egg curry or veg stew its a superb...ReplyDelete
ganga i think if u add a combo for this idiyappam u can send this to a blog event http://veggieplatter.blogspot.com/2009/10/jihva.htmlReplyDelete
Wow Ganga, you are a great cook!! looks perfect and intresting...ReplyDelete
ente fav!!!! looks so soft and yummy!!!ReplyDelete
Wow!!! this is really interesting Ganga!ReplyDelete
my all time fav :)ReplyDelete
adipoli idiyappam....looks perfect...i never tried here but when i go to india...my amma used to this without fail..ReplyDelete
Looks so soft and delicious.ReplyDelete
Loved ur idiyappam recipe. I'm going to try your method next time.ReplyDelete
Following you will be back for more
looks so soft n yummy..ReplyDelete
Wow Ganga, you are a great cook!! looks perfect and intresting...first time hear u have good collections recipes.ReplyDelete
Ganga,,idiyappam rombha perfect ah vanthurukku.first time here,, i like your blog got nice recipes with tempting pictures..sure will come again dear.ReplyDelete