Monday, December 13, 2010

Oats and Rice Idli

Idli is a very popular breakfast item in southern parts of India. Traditionally idli is made from ground fermented rice and urad dal(lentil) batter. I recently made idli using rolled oats as one of the ingredients. Oats idlis tasted so YUM!

I followed the oats idli recipe from the blog - Priya's Easy and Tasty Recipes. You should visit this wonderful blog to find so many plant-based(vegan) dishes

I'm sure I will be making these idlis regularly, as they are not only filling, but also nutritious.

Thanks again Priya for the wonderful oats idli recipe.


Maija Haavisto said...

What a clever idea. I'm a big fan of Indian food, but I never really "got" idli. To me they taste very bland and the texture is unappealing (bland food can be nice, but there has to be something good about it). Maybe I'll try this one!

Kumudha said...


Idlis are very popular in India. You should eat idli with chutney or sambar(thick lentil and veggie soup).

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