Idli's are a traditional breakfast dish from South India. They can be best described as a soft and fluffy steamed rice cake that pairs perfectly with the chutneys I have provided or my Sambar. These bring back wonderful memories from my childhood, I remember looking forward to long distance journey's by train so I could enjoy idli's and chutney just like this on my journey.
🍴 Included in each serve are 6 Idli's, Tomato Chutney and a Coconut and Coriander Chutney. Sambar sold separately here
Preparation: Step 1 - Defrost overnight in your fridge Step 2 - Microwave idli's for 2mins Step 3 - Add 50ml of water in both chutneys Step 4 - Microwave chutneys for 30sec
🍅 Best served with chutney (provided) and Sambar - get yours here 🌶 The chutney's have a spice rating of "mild" - the idli's aren't spicy at all Ingredients: Idlis: Rice, Lentils, Fenugreek seeds, salt. Coconut Chutney: Coconut, Roasted gram, coriander, ginger, green chillies, salt, mustard seeds, split black gram, curry leaves and oil. Tomato Chutney: Tomato, Onion, garlic, tamarind, lentils (Black gram, split chickpea), red chillies, mustard, curry leaves, salt and oil.
Hi I'm Hema,
I love to explore vegetarian and vegan recipes from various cuisines. Apart from Indian which is what I cook on a regular basis, my favourites are Moroccan and Turkish as they are similar to Indian cuisine with the addition of various spices. Although I like to follow the traditional recipes as it’s been passed down to me, I like to add my own twist to certain dishes. I love to experiment with new ingredients such as farro, teff, buckwheat etc. There have been many a times where I have bought an ingredient and then looked for ways to cook it.