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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 03:12 PM IST

Idiyappam

Mrs. K. M. Mathew
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Try to resist these amazing rice string hoppers that are readily served from the quaint kitchens of Kerala. You would lose terribly!

idiyappam-egg

Ingredients

1 cup rice flour, roasted

Salt to taste

¾ cup water, or as required

1 cup coconut, grated

Preparation

Put rice flour in a bowl and add salt

Bring water to a boil

Pour the boiling water slowly into the rice flour, stirring all the time to prevent the forming of lumps

Knead well to form soft, firm dough

Sprinkle a generous amount of scraped coconut on cut plantain leaf

Divide the dough into small portions

Press each portion through an idiyappam maker onto the leaf

Steam in idli moulds for 7 to 10 minutes

Garnish with grated coconut

Serve them with sweetened coconut milk or any meat or vegetable stew


Notes

You will need an Idiyappam Press and Idli moulds to make this dish.

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