December 22, 2010

Idly Powder / Idly Milagai Podi



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Ingredients
Urad Dal
1 Cup
Channa Dal / Bengal Gram Dal
3/4 Cup
Sesame Seeds (Black or White)
2 tbs
Red Chillies
10 - 15
Curry Leaves
2 spring
Asafoetida
½ tbs
Pepper Corns
1 tbs
Salt
To Taste
Procedure:
1. In a pan, fry the sesame seeds till you can hear the continuous spluttering sound.
2. Fry urad dal and channa dal separately until they turn into golden color.
3. Fry Red chillies till it becomes crispy.
4. Fry asafoetida for few seconds.
5. Fry the pepper corns for a minute.
6. Fry the curry leaves till it becomes crispy.
7. Keep it aside for cooling down.
8. Blend coarsely or finely with salt. Again spread it on the plate for cooling down.
9. Store it in a clean and an airtight container.
10. Mix with Sesame oil or Coconut oil and then serve with Idly or Dosa.
I have submitted this to Priya's MLLA#30.


21 comments:

Akila said...

just love it dear... could feel the aroma....

Event: Dish Name Starts with D

Regards,
Akila.

Shanavi said...

I also make a similar version and I add cumin seeds along with other ingre..
I need some Idli/dosa now to relish this podi...

Jay said...

your version sounds great...excellent flavor..
Tasty appetite

Kairali sisters said...

I love this muilagapodi..Nice recipe Kurinji...

Priya Sreeram said...

good one !

Hari Chandana said...

tasty and aromatic podi :)

Smitha said...

its the most important podi in our house....if we run out....life cannot go on!!:))

Swathi said...

I make the same way except curry leaves. Looks delicious.

Soumya said...

yum...yum...can smell the flavor here...

Priya said...

Am lost if i dont have milagai podi at home, love it anytime..

divya said...

looks spicy...

aipi said...

Looks so authentic and delicious, thanks for sharing dear...

US Masala

Pushpa said...

Yummy podi.

savitha ramesh said...

delicious idli pwdr and my mom does this same way.....

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, I love idli podi. Please feel free to send it to my MLLA event.

swapna said...

Lovely...

Nandini said...

Perfect home made podi! Tasty also.

Gayathri's Cook Spot said...

Yummy molaga podi. With this on hand there is no need for gravies..

மகி said...

Nice idli-podi! I always have nightmares with homemade podi's!! :)

chaitrali pathak said...

m gonna use this recipe and proportions ....to make it....i have been looking for a accurate recipe n i found one...thanks so much dear

Gayu said...

Much needed in my pantry right now..Thank you so much for this one..Check out my blog http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com/2010/12/tagging-chain.html..You are tagged..

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