I know its not appetizing to eat the same old plain Idli with chutney/sambar everytime.., here i am with an easy and quick crunchy Idli snack and the best part just one pan to use... Serving these crunchy wedges with some chutney or your favorite ketchup would beat any of those fatty fancy appetizers out there.. It works well even with the leftover Idli batter..



You need:

  • 6" saute pan
  • 2/3 - 1 cup Idly batter ( Click here for the Idly Batter Recipe )
  • 1 tsp jeera / cumin seeds
  • 6 curry leaves
  • 2 green chillies
  • 1 onion finely chopped
  • 1 small carrot finely grated
  • chutney or ketchup for serving
  • oil

Here's how to prepare:
  • Heat the saute pan on medium flame
  • In the idli batter mix in grated carrot, finely chopped onions, green chillies, cumin seeds and curry leaves
  • When the skillet is medium hot, apply oil and spread the batter lightly and dot the edges with oil
  • Once the bottom cooks up into crisp golden brown flip and cook on the other side
  • Remove from the pan when done, cut into wedges and serve with your favorite chutney or ketchup..

Here you go., Crispy Crunchy Idly Wedges, the One pan snack in minutes. You can serve them hot or warm. I'm sure this simple healthy snack would be a definite hit even with those hard to feed kids!! This was a big hit with the kids when we went for a get-together over the last weekend. You can either serve them cold or just toast them for few minutes to bring that crunch back!!

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13 COMMENTS:

Satya said...

fabulous click and a cool recipe...i have prepared this but yours looks lovely...perfectly crispy look...u have a wonderfull collection of recipes too... i love ur blog...it my first visit

if u do get time do visit my blog

satya
http://superyummyrecipes.com/

Swarnavalli Suresh said...

wow sounds simple and an amazing dish

Siri said...

this looks soo yummy Kalva. My mom used to make this so often. Lovely pics. :D. Thanks for sending along to MLLA. :D

Cheers,
Siri

Suma Gandlur said...

Awesome clicks, Kalva. Idly looks so appetizing. Thanks for chosing to send this fabulous entry.
BTw, it is dibba rotte, right?

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

First time here,have a wounderfull space...
do visit my blog,if time permits...
http://premascooking.blogspot.com

Adriana said...

wow! i'm so happy you posted on my blog so I could find yours! I love these recipes!

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Idly looks so crispy and inviting. Thanks for the entry Kalva.

monisha mehta said...

hey , nice blog , like it ,
won't be nice if i u can clickover to my blog page too ,
& post some suggestion

Sarah said...

Very easy and really good. Will make this again and again.

Gabby said...

Awesome clicks, Kalva. Idly looks so appetizing. Thanks for chosing to send this fabulous entry. BTw, it is dibba rotte, right?

Jenny said...

Its looking nice! Thanks for the recipe.

Mariah said...

These pictures are looking so delicious! Yummy!

jane said...

I have tried this recipe the other day and me and my family enjoyed it very much. It is a very tasty and nutritious dish .

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