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Sep 24, 2012

Amma's Idiyappam Recipe / String Hoppers Recipe / Rice Idiyappam Recipe



Hai guys..Hope everyone had a great weekend. I was enjoying weekend with ma hubby in my mother's place, Since amma went for a outing with her collegues. We were looking after our little sister, had a great time together..We cooked together, had a nice chat and had lots of fun. I made a village style chicken curry and prepared the most amazing fried chicken, Seriously guys it was delicious. I will post that soon..


Now coming back to the recipe, this is one recipe from my mum. I took this pictures during one of my visit to her place. She is an expert in making this. I want to share this recipe with you all so badly because it taste so divine.



Preparation Time : 5 mins
Resting Time : 15 mins
Cooking Time : 8 to 10 mins per batch
Serves : 4

Ingredients:

Store Bought Rice Flour - 2 cups
Salt to taste
Water around 2 cups
Gingelly Oil / Indian Sesame Oil - 1 tblspn

Method:

Heat water to a boil. Remove it.

Take rice flour in a bowl. Add salt to it and mix well.

Pour hot water over it and mix well. Once it starts to come together, cover the bowl with a lid and let it sit for 15 mins.

After 15 mins, add a tblspn of oil and Form it into a soft dough.

Now take your string hopper maker and fill it with the dough.

Oil the idli plates as well(if you want)

Spin the string maker so that you will get the dough as threads over it.

Stack the plate and steam it for 8 to 10 mins.

Remove and serve with chutney or tomato curry.

Pictorial:


Take rice flour in a bowl

Add in some salt

mix well

Bring water to a boil

Add in boiling water over rice flour

use a spoon to mix

cover and let it sit for 15 mins

now open the lid

add some oil

knead it to a soft dough

Take your idiyappam maker

add the dough in it

fill it to the top
cover it 

and spin the top

make idiyappam in idli steamer

just make a good amount of it

time to steam

place in idli steamer

cover and steam

steam cook this for 8 to 10 mins

now remove it and let it cool a bit,
remove it using a spoon

enjoy

I love it with tomato curry

8 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said... Best Blogger Tips

Aww, I am home sick now :( Looks so tempting with chutney... Super

Sangeetha Nambi said... Best Blogger Tips

Love to taste it immediately...
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Amy said... Best Blogger Tips

Indiyappam look delicious...we call it 'indi appa' in Sri Lanka.exactly same,but ours is small in size.hope you enjoyed cooking with sisters....

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

One of my fav dish, simply love it.

chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

my all time favorite. looks tempting.

surkhab said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks tempting :-)

Balakrishna Saraswathy said... Best Blogger Tips

A bowl od Spicy Chicken curry would be sufficient to finish up these String hoppers:)

neena said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi aarthi i tried some of ur recepies and it was relly tasty. Thank u for such simple and tasty items. Can u pls tell me what curry u ve made with idiyappam( in the picture) ? Can u pls share its recepie