Thursday, January 27, 2011

Instant Cornmeal & Oats Idli

If u dont have usual idly batter, definitely we go for an instant version, for a change i tried out some instant idlies using cornmeal and rolled oats, they turned out super yummy,soft,extremely tasty at the same time healthy...When served with spicy coconut chutney,this idli tastes marvellous, needless to say that this prefect looking idlies are our favourite idlies now, we loved it..Sending to Satya's Twist the Traditional - Idli..

Cornmeal & Oats Idli

1/2cup Yellow cornmeal
1/2cup Rolled oats
1cup Sour yogurt
1/2tsp Mustard seeds +urad dal
1no Green chilly (chopped)
1/2tsp Eno Salt or Baking soda
Few cashew nuts
Few curry leaves
Oil
Salt

Heat few drops of oil, let splutters the mustard seeds,urad dal..add immediately the cashew nuts, chopped green chillies,curry leaves, fry until the cashews turns brown, meanwhile mix the cornmeal,oats,sour yogurt in a bowl,add this tempered spices to them and finally add the eno salt..stir quickly and pour enough batter to the greased idli plates..Steam cook in idly cooker for 15-20minutes..

Serve with spicy chutney..

53 comments:

  1. wow...so soft and yummy ...getting them to be soft is the tricky part...I will try it soon!

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  2. Good one Priya, anything with oats is just delicious.

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  3. Looks more like "Kusbhoo Idli"...nice and fluffy..Priya, ennakku romba mariyaathai kudukireenga..."nee,vaa,po" nae sollalaam..
    Reva

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  4. Looks so yummy..I made Sambhar and Idli for lunch and just finished eating and logged in to computer and saw ur delicious idlis..you know i can have one more? :)

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  5. Your idli looks delicious and sounds awesome!

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  6. Looks delicious....I bet they were so tasty.

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  7. I will love to dip this in some hot Sambar and take big bite, and then sip some hot coffee:)
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  8. Priya, this looks amazing. Very creative.

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  9. So healthy with the addition of oats...

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  10. Wow..Priya, they look so soft n fluffy. Very healthy recipe!

    US Masala

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  11. So impressive healthy recipe :, thanks for sharing!!

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  12. These sound delicious. I am always amazed at the wonderful flavors you use in your cooking. I love that these are easy. I might even be able to make them now..lol

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  13. ஸ்பாஞ்ச் இட்லி செம சூப்பரா இருக்கு,சாம்பார் இருந்தால் இன்னும் நிறைய சாப்பிடுவேன்...

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  14. Delicious soft instant idly Priya.

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  15. Nice wonderful and healthy combination of Corn and oats..Looks really fluffy.

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  16. Hey Priya, I am using lot of cornmeal these days, I made some Idlis, but this is really a very good one with oats, thanks for sharing I am going to try this out!

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  17. I have never tried oats idli and this has cornmeal that I love.Nice substitute for the original idli in winter that need fermentation.

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  18. Nice one Priya, I will certainly add this to my idli repertoire - In fact I have cornmeal and rolled oats ready to go!

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  19. Wat a healthy combo....Looks really soft..
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  20. I never knew that idli could me made with cornmeal and oats! I am so going to try this.

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  21. Wow, I absolutely love, really love idli! Idli is my top favourite Indian bread! And I have never tried it with oats before, sounds really interesting. Would give this a try one day! Thank you!

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  22. hey u seem to be dishing out so many Indian dishes with oats ..thats awesome!

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  23. A must try,looks so good and sounds healthy!

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  24. These corn cakes are so full of flavors. The addition of eno is interesting!

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  25. so soft and fluffy and healthy too.

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  26. Would love to try this instant oats idly. Looks so soft and fluffy

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  27. very healthy and nice one and a variation from the usual poridge we make out of oats

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  28. Lovely idli..love any idli ..looks absolutely yumm

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  29. Yummy recipe Priya,I just passed through your blog,superb!!! recipes,great,keep going

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  30. Hey this yummy looking idli tells me that I can make it too. will try,

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  31. Soft and yummy idli,healthy breakfast.

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  32. One more instent Idli recipe... looks soft and tempting...

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  33. Looks so good and healthy!!

    G
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  34. wow.. love this recipe.. am always looking for healthy and tasty options for regular Indian recipes and this is definitely one - and also so simple that i cant wait to try it out soon

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  35. love this recipe.... am going to try it out soon. healthy, simple, and looks yummy too

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  36. This is such a healthy and delicious innovation to the regular idlis!!!! Love all your dishes !!

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  37. Lovely Idlies Priya!!!! These Instant Versions definitely comes very much handy!!!!

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  38. I love to know about this recipe. As per my knowledge It is south Indian recipe. It seems very tasty and delicious. I will try this recipe in my home. Thanks for sharing this delicious food.
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  39. wow, love the idea, those idlis look so cute and lovely.

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  40. I haven't tried oats for instant idlis.. I need to try this.. thanks for sending them to my event..

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  41. hi priya, looks delicious, i just wanted to know what exactly did u mean by soyr yogurt. how do we make that. is it available in the market. i have only seen sour cream.

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  42. I have bookmarked so many of your idli recipes that I don't know when i can make them all :).Keep rocking Priya!!

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  43. Priya, just tried this recipe and it turned out great! This can be tweaked with so many spice and vegetable combinations! Perfect warming food for winter; has a dhokla like texture too.

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