Monday, November 26, 2012

Chilly Mini Idly with Chickpeas

Usually chilly idlies are prepared with leftover idlies,i prepare my idly batter once a week. Obviously we always have leftover idlies at home. Sometimes i finish them as upma or else i'll reheat it and have with any chutneys.For the third day of blogging marathon, i combined leftover mini idlies with leftover cooked chickpeas for making this chilly idly, both together turned out dinner simply awesome.

For my surprise even my daughter who hates idlies enjoyed thoroughly and everyone at home loved it.This chilly idly goes for a easy breezy preparation,you can add very much any sort of veggies but i just went for cubed green bellpeppers and chickpeas.Since i had mini idlies, i added them directly to make this dish, in case if you have usual idly, just cut them as small cubes and make out this dish.Sending this rice to my event Healthy Diet-Fast & Quick Healthy Dish guest hosted by Kalpana.Check out the marathoners running this 22nd edition of blogging marathon here.


15nos Mini Idlies
1/2cup Cooked chickpeas
1no Onion (big & sliced lengthwise)
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
2tbsp Tomato ketcup
2tbsp Soya sauce
1tsp Chilly sauce
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
1no Green bellpepper (cubed)
Oil

Heat oil, add the sliced onions,ginger garlic paste and saute until the onions turns transculent.

Add now the cubed bellpeppers, saute for few minutes.

Add the mini idlies,chickpeas, saute for few minutes.

Finally add the ketchup,soya sauce,chilly sauce and garam masala,cook until the idlies gets well coated.

Serve hot immediately.

46 comments:

  1. Irresistible!!!Loved the recipe....

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  2. This saucy chickpeas looks very delicious. Yum!

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  3. Chilly Idlly looks so soft and full of flavors.

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  4. This is my fav, delicious n love the color Priya :-)

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  5. Delicious mini idly love it priya.

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  6. Now I am getting hungry...so delicious idly!

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  7. Wow, you are innovative. Chickpeas & chily idlis.

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  8. That's a really nice idea, Priya.

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  9. Delicious alternative to eating idless, looks yummy. Love your blog,will follow it:)Do visit my blog:)Spicenflavors

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  10. Yummy !!
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  11. What a twist there for idlis..it's exotic Priya.

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  12. Wow..that's an wonderful idea of adding chickpeas, looks so yummy and tempting.

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  13. wow Priya - another delicious and innovative recipe with chickpeas!! very nicely done!!
    Sowmya

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  14. Wow looks so delicious...very innovative.
    Have a lovely week ahead :)

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  15. Reconstructed idlies have never looked so tempting!! Awesome recipe Priya!!

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  16. never had idlie like this but love the idea :-)

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  17. grt combo..n very tempting..awesome clicks!

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  18. I repeat, you must be having a stock of inspiration from somewhere, pls do share..:)..this is really such a cool combo Priya, love that idea..

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  19. That's super !! I m drooling here,idly is my fav breakfast ,can't get enough of it.

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  20. Such a cute idli...mini idli looks so perfect Priya...

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  21. very creative n delicious combo..

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  22. Love the addition of channa,nicely done...

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  23. Can idlis be made more delicious than this, making me hungry really..

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  24. Ces mini iddlis sont faits maison ou achetés.
    Un plat étonnant et plein de saveurs.
    A bientôt

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  25. It is cold here, I like this spicy idli creation!

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  26. this looks so good, must ask about this dish when i am in india in Jan

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  27. Beautifully made

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  28. Super yummy looking idlis...Loved the way u presented it...Drooling here..

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  29. Stunning pictures as always. Love it

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  30. Wow!What a delicious recipe!Look awesome Priya...

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  31. wow...so creative, mouth watering recipe Priya..platter looks very tempting !

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