Thursday, February 16, 2012

Instant Rawa Idli

This is my fav all time recipe Rawa Idli ...my family just loves to have this with Sambar...I tend to use both Eno fruit salt and soda just because I have noticed justby using Eno its becomes really v v soft the first batch when you steam them but later when steaming the batter again after a while it wonldn't be tht soft ...This is sure to stay very fluffy and soft all the time:)

Ingredients

1 cup fine  Semolina

2 & 1/2 cup Plain yogurt (2 cups thick yogurt  + 1/2 cup water

2 tbsp cashewnuts (opt)

2 tbsp coriander leaves

1/2 tsp Jeera

1/4 heaped tsp Cooking Soda/ Bi Carb soda

1/4 tsp Eno fruit salt

salt to taste

oil for greasing idli plates

Method

 
  • In pan add oil when it turns out hot add Jeera then fry well add coriander leaves fry for a minute then add cashews and fry ( I didn't use cashews).
  • Now add semolina and fry on a medium heat well till nice aroma comes out and it becomes little crispy in texture when you feel it. switch off the gas and allow it to cool.
  • Now get the steamer ready and grease the Idli moulds with little oil  and keep it ready. Switch on the gas and keep the idli steamer on high.
  • Beat yogurt add salt to taste , water beat well with the hand beater then add soda and eno and continue beating for 1 min now add this to semolina and mix. Now pour 1 spoon batter in Idli moulds (pour enough water in the vessel ur steaming ) and steam on high flame steam for 10 mins.
  • Cool completely and Remove the Idlis.....Best served with Chutney and Sambar.

61 comments:

  1. Great rawa idli!!!

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  2. Wow...looks awesome.....love the vibrant color !

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  3. delicious looking idli wonderfully done

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  4. Simply yummy and colorful looking rava idlis.Awesome preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. idlis have come out very well, quite fluffy !

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  6. perfect idli...i also add eno!looks soft!

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  7. Rava idli looks awesome...one of my favorite.

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  8. it is a family favorite here too, love it with some mint coconut chutney and potato gravy !! these look amazing ...very soft

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  9. Adding spices are nice touch to this fluffy idli!

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  10. awesome rava idli....super soft ...

    Please could u avoid the word verification from the comment ....as it takes long time

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  11. Hi Sushma, how are you?

    I dint know idlis can be made this instantly! wow! They look so soft and fluffy, should definitely try them sometime :) Loved the eno tip too, thanks :)

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  12. looks so delicious..very tempting clicks!!

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  13. Totally YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  14. Awesome and is Perfect. Tempting pics.

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  15. Hi Sushma..It has been a while since i visited ur space...hope u r doing well.Idli looks really soft and spongy :)

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  16. Rava idli looks too tempting,must try...

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  17. nice texture and super soft idlis. easy recipe too

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  18. very fast idly ... tasty too ... first time here .. lovely collection of recipes ...glad to follow you... visit my blog
    www.sriyafood.blogspot.com

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  19. wow..looks awesome..vl try this 4 sure.....

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  20. I too love these idlies. Drooling already

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  21. Thanks everyone for dropping by and leaving in ur lovely feedback...much appreciated!

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  22. Superb clicks of rawa idli! Tempts me a lot sushma :)

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  23. Awesome. Love the tip of using both eno and soda. Will try that next time.

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  24. Ur Rawa Idlis look beautiful and so tempting.. Excellent Clicks Sushma. You always have the knack of making food/preparation look so colorful.

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  25. Perfect rava idli... Bookmarked!

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  26. Thanks everyone for Ur lovely comments much appreciated!

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  27. My favourite..
    Specially here in Brazil we dals are not available and I end up making this often.

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  28. wow..idli looks so spongy..loved it..glad to follow u..do visit my space too in your free time!! :)
    Kande Pohe

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  29. Hello dearie...how you been??? Missed you and and your dishes. ;)

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  30. The rava idlis are awesome looking.

    ps.Why don't you disable word verification - it has become very cumbersome & you virtually go bonkers before you can get it right.

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  31. Sushma Amma makes it the similar way.....
    and I will give murrabba more not some ;)

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  32. Thanks everyone for ur feedback much appreciated!

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  34. The recipe has come in handy. I was fed up making batter with the heavy grinder I have. Thanks you.

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  35. Amazing rawa idli. Looks so tempting.

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  36. So yumm n soft Rava Idli Dear. Droolworthy Clicks.

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  37. You have a few awards waiting at my space. Do collect them dear.. very yummy idly
    www.sriyafood.blogspot.com

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  38. Looks so fluffy,soft and delish idlis...

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  39. Looks delicious. The perfect comfort food for me.!

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  40. i made this and must say it has come really well. great

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  41. Rava idly - My comfort food. Yours looks so moist and perfect!

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  42. I haven't visited for ages. I knew I'd be in for a treat though and I wasn't disappointed. These sound delicious, but a bit complicated if we don't have a steamer or idli pans.

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  43. Thanks eveyone for the lovely feedback:)...@Abraham chacko ...Thanks so much for trying out my recipe really glad to know that u liked it :)

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  44. super soft and colourful idli..love the idea of adding eno and soda both..will try soon

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  45. looks lovely...got to give it a try and will let u know the results. I like ur blog with great stuff and wonderful presentation.

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  46. Never thought of adding Eno before. What a lovely tip. Love your blog and to spread a bit of Easter love and cheer around here's a little surprise over at my blog. Do check out http://averilgomes.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/sunshine-versatile-and-a-plateful-of-pakoras/

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  47. Idli looks great. awesome recipes you have here

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  49. Love the detail of your images, such depth and texture.
    Makes your taste buds go mad instantly :)

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