April 29, 2009

Instant Rava Idli and Palli Chutney

Instant Rava Idli and Palli Chutney
This is my first attempt in making Rava Idlies and I must say I am really impressed the way they turned out and tasted. I feel they are far more easier than the ordinary ones. I should really try to add new things each time to make it even more interesting :). So here is the recipe...

Serves 2-3
Cooking and Preparation Time 15 mins approx

Ingredients :

Sooji/Rava - 2 cups
Yogurt - 1 cup beaten
Baking soda - 1/4 tbsp
Water
Few Curry leaves
Mustard, Jeera, Urad Dal for tempuring
Oil - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Instant Rava Idli and Palli Chutney
Method :
  1. In a non stick pan fry the rava with 1 tbsp oil slightly for 3-5 mins without burning and let it cool.
  2. In a bowl add the rava, beaten curd, baking soda and water. Mix together without forming lumps. The consistency should be medium little thicker than pouring consistency. Let the batter rest for 15 mins.
  3. In a small pan do the tempuring by adding the remaining 1 tbsp aoil and urad dal, mustard, jeera seeds along with the curry leaves and fry till they are brown.
  4. Now add this to the batter and mix well. Also, add salt.
  5. Preheat the Idli Plates container with water few mins before placing the idli plates in them.
  6. Grease the idli plates with Pam or any oil and pour the batter into the plates accordingly.
  7. Now place the plates in the container and heat 10 mins on medium heat.
  8. Remove them with a knife or spoon by immersing it in water each time you remove an idli.(will make it easier which is optional and you can remove normally as you do too)
  9. Serve hot with your favorite chutney.
You can check my peanut chutney recipe here.

24 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

love rava idlis.. looking so good. very tempting.

Parita said...

Rava idlis look yummy..nice pic

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Did you say instant? count me in... Days are gone when our Mom's and grandma's soak them over nite to make Rava idlis... This is a good one indeed...

Asha said...

YUM! I love Rava idlis. Peanut chutney look tasty too.

I made your Pesarattu, it was so delicious. I will post next week, thank for the recipe! :)

Pooja said...

Looks great with chutney! I'm definitely going to try it out.

Vishali said...

Thank you Mahima, Parita and Pooja for ur lovely comments.

@ Ramya, yes those oldie idlis do have their significance though they take a lot of time and these are for the days when we feel lazy ;). Thank you for ur comment. I feel so happy that u liked it.

@ Asha, thanks a lot and I am glad u liked the Pesarattu.

Pooja said...

Ravva idli soft ga chala bagundi vishali...lovely comb with peanut chutney..

Vishali said...

Thank you Pooja :).

Vanamala said...

Rava idli yummy...nice pic

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! its soo tempting ...very nice

Renuka said...

It looks delicious..havnt tries rava idli yet...will do..

Pavithra said...

Looking so good..... very tempting.

VineelaSiva said...

Hai Vishali wow its really simple and we idly when ever we want.Its really nice post when we feel lazy this will help.Thank u for the post.

Trupti said...

idli looks delicious ..yes vishali what a coincident.. i never tried rava idli ..will try this sometime.

Lavanya said...

i havent tried this till now..looks yummy..nice pic too!!

Priya Sriram said...

Awesome rava idlis... Thanks for sharing the recipe Vishali... They look very appetizing! :)

Varsha Vipins said...

wow..Instant idli..thats yumm yum..:) I never thought it could work without all that fermenting n stuff..Thanks for sharing dear..:)

Vibaas said...

Looks yummy! Perfect for a lazy day :D Chutney looks very yummy too.

Prathibha said...

Love rava Idly.....

Vancouver, Canada said...

Wow such yummyyyyyyyy recipes! I am soooooooo glad i came across your blog! Thanks so much for sharing hun..

Shama Nagarajan said...

came out too good...very much tempting

Madhumathi said...

Wah!Rava idlis look perfect ,Vishali..Never had it with peanut chutney..I guess it must be a great combo!

Greener Bangalore said...

oh cmon Viashali its already late and i am hungry....you are making me mad with this lovely blog....with all those rava idlis..chicken kofta and all that......great going ...all the best....

Vishali said...

Thank you Vanamala, Mangala, Renuka, Pavitra, Vineela, Trupti, Lavanya, Priya, Varsha, Vibaas, Pratibha, Vancouver Canada, Shama, Madhu and Greener Bangalore. I am glad u all liked it and appreciate all ur comments.

 

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