Saturday, November 5, 2016

2minutes Microwave Idli

Idli, this savoury cake is every's South Indian's favourite especially for their breakfast, its quite a staple food for Tamilians. Been born and brought up in Tamil Nadu, i have been pampered with this healthy and nutritious gluten free savoury cakes almost everyday in our menu. Obviously i do prepare idlis often at home though the climate in Paris doesnt help much for the fermentation. However it never stopped us to prepare this gluten free cakes at home. I have been posting different dishes since two days with idli batter in different ways. After a super filling sandwich and baked idli muffins, my today's post goes to aneasy breezy microwave cooking. A prefect dish to make if you are living alone or bored to cook just for you as this dish calls for just 2 minutes to get ready.

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Am running this week's blogging marathon with a super interesting theme, yes the theme for this week is pick a breakfast and make in three different ways. Microwaving idli batter calls for a simple method, just grease a microwave safe ramekins or bowl, spoon a small ladle of Idli batter and cook in microwave oven for 2minutes, your idli is ready to enjoy with your favourite side dish or chutney. A prefect dish for bachelors as they dont like to spend much time in kitchen. Depending upon the size of your bowl, just one or two microwave idly is quite enough to finish happily your meal. However the cooking time may varies depending upon on your microwave oven's power.

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2cups Idli Batter
Shallots chutney
Oil for greasing

Take a small microwave safe bowl or ramekin,grease well with enough oil.

Drop enough idli batter and spoon the chutney in the center.

Cook in microwave oven in high power for 2minutes.

Enjoy warm.

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Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM#70


Torviewtoronto said... Reply To This Comment

yummy looks wonderful

rajani said... Reply To This Comment

The idli looks as fluffy and as soft as the stove top ones

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

Cute looking idlis Priya..

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Wow, what a healthy and delicious idli you got there Priya -- that too made in 2 minutes. Awesome. said... Reply To This Comment

Maggi noodle ad says "bus 2 min", but it never gets readied in two minutes. I'm pretty sure It does :)

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

Wow making idli in microwave is such a nice idea. Looks so soft and yummy.

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

I have a microwave idli maker but didn't realize that the idli can be made this quicker. :)

Amara’s cooking said... Reply To This Comment

I have to try these now.. so quick and easy.