Thursday, November 27, 2008

Idli upma

Just thought of another entry for Pallavi's Sunday Snacks - Fix It .

We all love this better than the actual idlis.

Ingredients :

Leftover idlis - 4
Onion - 1
Green chillies - 2 or 3
Salt to taste ( Go easy on salt, since idlis have some salt too)
Urad daal, hing, mustard seeds and curryleaves for seasoning
Cilantro for garnishing

Method :

Cut the idlis into small pieces and keep aside.
In a pan, heat 1 spoon of oil. Add mustard seeds and let it pop.
Add hing, curry leaves, green chillies and fry for a minute.
Add urad daal and fry till it is golden brown.
Add chopped onions and saute till it is golden brown.
Add the idli pieces and add little salt and saute till the idlis are little crispy on the outside.
Garnish with cilantro.

Tastes awesome with Maggi tomato and chilli sauce.

Since rice is the main ingredient for idli, i'm sending this for Srivalli's Rice Mela too.


Happy cook said...

I never have made idlies at home.
I do love them, just don't make them, i eat them when i go back to india. I would love to eat thie idli upma

Vibaas said...

HC, you can come over here and have idlis :) I never used to make idlis here too..but now it's my lifesaver! Just grind it on sunday and it comes for 4 or 5 days!

Priya said...

This is always my favourite them like anything..looks delicious..

Vibaas said...

Thx Priya :)

Vaishali said...

Idli upma is a really cool idea, Vibaas. We used to shallow-fry leftover idlis for a snack the next day, but your way sounds even better.

VG said...

Hi Vibaas

Thanks for visiting my site.

What a great idea for leftover idlis. Now I know what to do!

Dibs said...

I love idlis ...but seem to like idli left overe recipes even more! This one is yummy, and an all time favourite is deep fried idlis!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks delicious.. we make it in a diff way. idli a crumble panni, milaga podi potu mix panni, thalichi ellam mix pannanum.. tastes yummmy..
have a nice india trip dear.. yeah bakshanam parcel panna nanna irkum.

Vibaas said...

Thx dibs and mahimaa.

Mahimaa, i love the one you've described too.

G.Pavani said...

it looks yummy and my version is slighty differds from u ...

jeyashrisuresh said...

I too love idli upma. I make in the way as told by mahima's kitchen.

Gita's Kitchen said...

The idli upma looks great, sometimes my mother-in-law used to make this with idli podi, i love both ways :)

Malar Gandhi said...

Yeah like idly upma....all spiced up & warm...I actually crumble them ti fine rawa...ur version sounds interesting...will try this next time.

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