VegetarianVegetarian Breakfast Easy Idli by preethyKumar March 30, 2006 written by preethyKumar March 30, 2006 Idlis that taste just like the idlis made with Rice and Uzhunnu Print Recipe Votes: 9 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine North Indian Prep Time 5 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Semolina(Sooji/Rava) - 1 glass Buttermilk(curd mixed with a little water) - 11/2 glass Salt(As required) - Eno(Eno is an ayurvedic preparation available in most stores. It is good for the stomach, fruit salt) - 1 tsp Cuisine North Indian Prep Time 5 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Semolina(Sooji/Rava) - 1 glass Buttermilk(curd mixed with a little water) - 11/2 glass Salt(As required) - Eno(Eno is an ayurvedic preparation available in most stores. It is good for the stomach, fruit salt) - 1 tsp Votes: 9 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions Keep water in the idli cooker and grease the idli plates. :- The batter needs to be poured on this as soon as it is prepared and kept on the stove.So its important to grease the plates before you mix the ingredients. Mix the ingredients well and pour it on the plates. Steam for 8 - 10 mins. :- Serve with chutney or sambar. :- This much batter gives 12 idlis. If you want more idlis, prepare the batter each time and put eno just before keeping on the stove. Share this Recipe BreakfastDietEasyMedicinalNaadanNatureSteam 9 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail preethyKumar Related Posts Mushroom Fry Kerala Sambar Easy to make Mushroom Masala Easy Kerala Appam – Traditional Green Peas Curry – Kerala Style Kadala Curry Kerala Style 9 comments Tina March 20, 2008 - 12:00 am I tried the Easy Idli Recipe. It was really so easy. Thanks a lot to Pachakam.com I just had one question.I had followed the exact process as mentioned in the recipe and the idly was well cooked and very tasty but the idly was flat and not spongy or fluffy as it will be when we make with Rice and Uzhunnu. Can you please tell me what could have gone wrong. Reply Preethy December 15, 2006 - 12:00 am If the top part didn`t get cooked well ,Mayah,just keep it longer on the fire.Also see to it that the batter is not too watery before you pour it into the idli vessel. Reply kalyani December 17, 2006 - 12:00 am If I am not mistaken rava iddli is a Tamilian or south indian recipe. Please pour small amount of batter in the mould (normal amount not too little or too much)then it will cook evenly. Cooking longer sometimes makes the iddli hard.Thank you. Reply Mayah December 3, 2006 - 12:00 am I tried the recipe and its LOVELY!! Only one question though..how do i get the top part cooked. Mine turned out soft on the top. Please do advise! Reply anu October 30, 2007 - 12:00 am can we use yeast instead of eno?? Reply Dhanya S Nair January 29, 2008 - 12:00 am Wow…superb….Thank you so much for the good recipe, and of course credits to pachakam.com… Reply lalitha March 10, 2008 - 12:00 am Excellent recipe. Thanks a bunch. Reply nirmala April 12, 2006 - 12:00 am I made this.It tastes just like the original uzhunnu idli.My husband couldn`t spot the difference.!!Thank you Preethy Kumar. Reply priyanka December 20, 2006 - 12:00 am This was a great recipe.I liked it a lot. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Remember my details in this browser for the next time to post comment.