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Idli Batter Recipes

  • on August 12, 2019
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dli Batter Recipes 

 

Everyone likes Idli which is liked by almost all Indians. Now let’s learn how to make different types breakfasts with Idli batters – Idli batter recipes for breakfast, lunch box or a snack.  For more Breakfast Recipes, follow our website Hyderabadi Ruchulu.

 

 7 idli batter recipes 

These are 7 more new recipes with the same batter

The 7 idli batter recipes we are gonna see are

  1. Crispy Dosa Roll
  2. Jaggery Attu
  3. Pongali
  4. Burger
  5. Attu
  6. Sandwich
  7. Crispy Attu

 

Let’s see how to make crispy dosa rolls.

Here I used  1 cup idli batter

Then Add some water and salt to taste and mix

Heat pan.

Pour the batter in the pan and spread it with the spoon

Sprinkle some clarified butter (ghee) or oil over the dosa

Cook for a minute on medium flame

As dosa turns brown, put the stove on low flame

Now, spread red chutney over the dosa

Any other chutney like green chutney or sauce could be used here

Then add chopped onions, tomato, capsicum, any other chopped vegetables on to

Sprinkle cheese on top and cook for a minute

Cut it with a pizza cutter and roll them from one end

Dosa roll is ready!

Garnish with grated cheese on top

Let’s see how to make Jaggery Attu

Let’s see how to make jaggery attu with idli batter

This dish is loved by kids who prefer sweet dishes

Heat 1/4 cup grated jaggery, 1/4 cup water in a bowl

Let all the jaggery melt and simmer for 5 more minutes

Strain this mixture into the idly batter

Add a pinch of salt along with a pinch of pepper powder and mix

Add 2 tablespoons coconut powder and mix

Freshly made coconut powder will be more tastier

Batter for sweet attu is ready

Take a pan with thick base

Heat the pan and spread 1 teaspoon clarified butter (ghee) on it

Pour the prepared batter on it

The thicker the dosa is, the tastier it will be

Close lid and cook on low flame for 7-8 minutes

We can see that the ends turned brwon

Flip it and spread more clarified butter (ghee) on top

Cook for 2-3 minutes on low flame and serve hot!

Let’s see how to make Stuffed Ponganlu

Take idli batter and mix some salt in it

Firstly heat the gunta ponganalu pan

Add oil in all the dents and pour the batter into them to fill them upto half

Here I have some leftover potato fry, I made them into small balls and inserted them into

Any other curry or even boiled egg could be used here

Pour more idli batter on top to cover this curry

Close lid and cook for 2-3 minutes on low flame

Flip them and spread more oil on to id desired

Cook for 2-3 minutes and serve hot!

Let’s see how to make Idli Burger

Let’s see how to make burger with idli batter

Take a bowl

Spread oil inside them

Here I took 1 cup idli batter. Add some salt and mix

Pour this idli batter into the bowls and cook them

They can be cooked in an idli cooker, steamer and even a normal cooker

Heat some water in a pan

As it simmers, put a stand and place the bowls on it

Close lid and cook on medium flame for 12-15 minutes

Open the lid and poke the idlis with a fork to check if they are cooked

If they are cooked completely, then the fork will come out clean or else cook for some more time

Now, separate the idlis with the bowls

Cut them in half and spread red chutney

Red chutney, green chutney or even sauce could be used

Here I’m putting potato fry. Any other curry could be used.

Put the other idli piece on top and Heat 1 teaspoon butter in pan

After the butter melts, spread the butter all over the pan and place the prepared idlis on it

Cook on medium flame and flip after one side turns brown

Cook for a minute and flip again

Spread more butter or oil on top and cook

Flip and cook till both sides turn brown

Serve hot!

Let’s see how to make Idli Pindi Attu

Heat 1 tablespoon oil in pan

Add chopped onions and spread them

Then add chopped green chillies and tomato pieces

Pour the idli batter on top of these vegetables so that they are completely covered

This attu can be made thick by using more batter to make it more like dibba rotte

Sprinkle some cumin seeds on top and close lid

Close lid and cook on low flame for 3-4 minutes

After one side turns brown, flip it and close lid

Cook for a couple of minutes and serve hot!

Let’s see how to make Idli Pindi Sandwich

Let’s see another breakfast idea for kids.

I have already made a video on how to make idli sandwich, link will be in the description.

Here I took 1 cup idli batter, add some water to it

Pour water till normal idli batter consistency is obtained

Now add 1/2 teaspoon salt and mix

Then Add 1 /4 teaspoon soda, 2 teaspoon oil and mix

Put a spoon of this aside for the green chutney

Here I used green chutney to make the sandwich

Any other chutney like coriander leaves chutney or sauce could be used

The green chutney used here is made by using mint leaves, coriander leaves, ginger green chillies, lemon juice, salt and grinding them all together

Mix this chutney with the 1 spoon idli batter we put aside

It is now time to steam the idli batter prepared before

Steam these idlis

We will need a wide bowl to make the sandwich

First, spread oil on the pan

Now, pour half of the idli batter in the pan

If you want the sandwich to be thinner, pour less batter or else make the layer thicker

Carefully spread the batter all over the pan

Pour 2 glasses of water in a steamer or bowl and boil it

As the water gets to boil, place a stand inside the bowl and put the idli bowl on the stand

Close the lid of steamer and cook for 5 minutes on medium flame

Open the lid after 5 minutes, we can see that the idli batter hardened a little

Put the stove on low flame and spread the green chutney over the cooked idli

Close lid and cook for 5 more minutes

Open the lid. We can see that the green chutney has also hardened.

Now, pour the rest of the batter on top of this green chutney

Close lid and cook for 15 minutes

Pole with a knife to see if the idli has cooked all the way

If the knife comes out clean, then it means that the idli sandwich has cooked perfectly

Take it out from the steamer and let it cool down

After it cools down a bit, separate the edge of the bowl and the sandwich with a knife

Then flip it using a plate

Flip it again

Cut this idli sandwich into pieces of desired size and shape

We can see that the idli sandwich looks yummy with 3 layers

We can also prepare tempering for it like we make for dokhla

For tempering, heat 1 tablespoon oil in a pan

Then Add 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds and fry

Then Add 2 sliced green chillies, 1/2 cup curry leaves and fry

A pinch of asafoetida could also be added

Spread this tempering over the idli sandwich

Tasty special breakfast, idli sandwich is ready to serve!

Let’s see how to make Crispy Attu

If there is leftover idli batter and it has turned sour, you can use it to make this crispy attu recipe

To a mixing bowl, add 1/2 cup bombay rava and mix it with water till idli batter consistency is obtained and mix it

Add a pinch of salt along with chopped onions, 1 chopped green chilli, 2 tablespoons grated carrots, chopped coriander leaves, 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds and mix

Then Add some water and mix

Let it sit for 10 minutes and then add 1 cup idli batter

Make the batter very thin by adding water

Then Heat pan and spread oil on it

Pour the dosa batter on the pan and cook on high flame for 2-3 minutes

Flip after one side turns brown and cook for another couple of minutes

These dosas stay fresh for atleast 2-3 days. These are great for journeys.

I hope you liked all my recipes.

 

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