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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 03:10 PM IST

Fried Idli

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Fried Idli

Left over idlis at home? Chop them up in the evening to make an interesting and tasty snack for your young ones.

Ingredients

5 nos, idlis

10 pods, garlic

1 piece, ginger

½, lemon juices extract

2 big tsp, Kashmiri chilli powder

2 stems, curry leaves

Salt, as required

Oil, to fry

Preparation

Cut each idli into 4 pieces

Grind garlic, ginger, lemon juice, red chilli powder, curry leaves, and salt mildly. Marinate this on the idli

Heat a pan with oil in it. You can fry this marinated idli in oil and serve it hot

Similarly, you can make curd idlis with leftover idlis

Take 4 left over idlis and cut them into small pieces. Put it in a vessel

Take some curd in a vessel and add salt to it. Beat it well. Pour this on top of the idli pieces

Take a pan and heat oil in it. Saute mustard seeds, shallots, dried red chillies and curry leaves. This can be added to the mixture kept aside

Fried idli is ready

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