it’s my favourite and never says No to this. We can make so many new recipes or
tasty snacks with leftover idli’s i.e. masala idli, fried idli, idli sandwich,
so many variations. Here is one which I’m trying today which called “Idli Manchurian”.
Semolina is simply a form of ground hard wheat called durum
wheat. It is often used to make pastas and to thicken stews.
Semolina is very high in protein making it an ideal substitute to flour,
especially for vegetarians. Semolina is said to have a low glycaemic
index, meaning that it is digested and absorbed at a slower rate in the stomach
and intestines than white flour. This characteristic is of a particular
importance for those wanting to reduce their weight as well as for diabetics
striving towards better blood sugar control. Slower digestion and
absorption helps to prevent rapid fluctuations in blood glucose levels. (From
carrot medium sized (chopped)
green chillies chopped
tsp. ginger paste
tsp. tomato ketchup
tsp. soya sauce
tsp. corn flour
tbsp. olive oil
tsp. black pepper
tbsp. green coriander chopped
tsp. sesame seeds
idli into finger size. I get 4-5 fingers from one idli, but it would be depend
on the size of idli.
oil into the deep pan and fried this chopped idli’s on medium flame until cook
crisp and golden. Now remove this fried idli onto kitchen towel.
flame and add olive cook.
chillies and ginger paste, sauté for 5 minutes until onion becomes transparent
and cook well.
carrot. Cook for 10 minutes.
salt and sugar), sauces batter and corn flour batter.
mix both sauce into cup.
flour and mix well
dried and garnish with green coriander and sesame seeds and serve hot.