Friday, May 22, 2009

BOILED RICE IDLY




INGREDIENTS:

Boiled rice 1 cup

Coconut ¼ th cup

Baking soda 1tsp

Salt to taste

Ghee/Oil to grease the idle plates

METHOD:

1) Wash and soak boiled rice in 3 cups of water overnight.


2) Drain the water and grind the rice with coconut and salt adding little water to a coarse paste.


3) Add baking soda and 1/4 cup water to the batter (Should be of dosa batter consistency).


4) Now grease the idly plates with ghee/oil and pour the batter to idly plates.


5) Steam cook for about 30 minutes (It takes more time than normal idly to cook).


6) Serve hot with any chutney or Sambar.



Sending this to Ravishing Rice- Monthly Mingle an event started by Meeta and hosted by Nags this month.





24 comments:

ARUNA said...

wow this looks a great dish.....never tried it!!

Ashwini said...

Wow that looks yummy. Nice presentation.

Cham said...

Why the idli got this color? Boiled rice is parboiled rice? Very different idli!

Nags said...

thanks for the healthy and lovely entry :)

Nags said...

Thanks for the healthy and lovely entry :)

Sush said...

we do prepare this with urad dal, but this looks interesting as you have skipped urad dal. will defenitely give a try.

Pavithra Kodical said...

@ Aruna, Nags, Ashwini, Sushma

Thank you do give it a try :)

@Cham, The rice i have used is brownish in colour. I got it from a Kerala store. We call it Kusubalakki in Kannada. People of Kerala and Mangalore use this rice.

Vibaas said...

that's a healthy version. looks soft and yum!

Prathibha said...

Yummy Idlies....looks yummy...Nice twist of the colour..

sowmya said...

nice recipe..will make ittommorow for breakfast..bookmarked

Renu said...

my first time here...you have a nice blog.

Archy said...

Idli without urad daal !! Great !!
This is similar to kadubu.. Nice way in a idly stand !!

anudivya said...

This is pretty neat. What does boiled rice mean?

rekhas kitchen said...

Interesting and healthy recipe nice color is that rosematta rice?

Uma said...

wow, idli with rice? Never tried it. Looks so delicious and soft Pavithra!

Red Chillies said...

Looks pretty. First when I saw the picture I thought you had used raagi. No uraad daal either? cool!

homecooked said...

Looks so good! Have you used red rice for these idilis. The colour looks very nice.

Vaishali said...

Pavithra, did you use brown rice? The idlis have such a lovely color.
I tried your turnip greens curry and just posted it on my blog. We loved it. Thanks for the recipe!

Pavithra Kodical said...

@Vibaas,Prathibha,Sowmya,Renu,Archy, Thank you girls, yes nice Idea archy i can think of making kadubu also :)


@anudivya, rekha, homecooked,Redchillies, Uma, Thank you, I have used boiled rice which i picked up from Kerala store, will try to post the photo of rice.


@Vaishali, Thank you for trying out my recipe Vaishali, I am glad that you liked it.I have not used brown rice which we get normally in US stores.This is boiled rice from a kerala store which is dark brown in colour.

Mangala Bhat said...

Wow ! very healthy treat ...perfect for the event hey nice presenation too ...Thanks for the comment2 my blog .
Keep visitng
happy cooking

Asha said...

Lovely pinkish idlis. I ate loads and loads of Idlis in India, loved them all!:)

Yeah, I loved visiting Mysore, lot less traffic than Bangalore and so nice to see all the sights again after so many years. Glad to say, Mysore as lovely as it was in mind, although Bangalore was unrecognizable for me! had a great time! :)

Take care, see you in Fall.

Kumudha said...

Boiled rice idly looks so tasty!

Sia said...

what a beautiful idlis!
is it rosmatta rice by chance?

Anonymous said...

Is it possible to grind Kusubalakki in food processor or mixer?