Chilly Idli Using FarmztoFamiliez Idli/Dosa Batter
Chilly Idli is a wonderful weekend snack. I normally store all the left over idli in the freezer and prepare different variety of snacks using these leftovers Idlies.
Plattershare is a social media platform for food lovers, food professionals and food businesses. Sharing recipes, food stories, pictures and promoting food businesses, they contacted me to review organic idly and dosa batters from a company called Farmz to Familiez. I was excited to do a taste test and review all the batters from this company.
Using their white batter, I prepared these chilly idlies it turned out so good crispy idli coated with spicy Indochinese masala was truly a treat for this monsoon. We can use shredded chicken or sausages as per choice.
About Farmz to Familiez:
The company aims to produce and provide organic ingredient batter to public. They work closely with farmers and procure varies millets, rice, dhals etc directly.
All the cereals and millets are grown in a organic and natural way. There is no preservatives or cooking soda used in these batters its much healthier. Website: http://www.farmztofamiliez.com/
This traditional rice batter is pre-fermented, was mildly salted, we have to dilute the batter according to our requirement. I was surprised with the results idly was soft and fluffy, even the dosas were crispy.
Closer look at the idli served with sambar and chutney...
5 to 6 Rice Idlies
1 Large Onion Chopped into Cubes
2 Large Bell Peppers Chopped into Cubes
3 Tbsp Tomato Puree
1 Tbsp Green Chilly Paste
1 Tbsp Ginger and Garlic Paste
3 Green Chilies
2 Dried Red Chilies
2 Sprigs Curry Leaves
4 Tbsp Corn Flour
1/4 Tsp Garam Masala
1/4 Tsp Turmeric Powder
1 Tbsp Soya Sauce
1 Tsp Vinegar
1 Tbsp Chilly Powder
Salt as per taste
Oil for frying...
Use a day old Idly for this recipe. Start by chopping the idlies into equal bite size cubes and add to a mixing bowl.
Add corn flour and 4 tbsp water along with salt as per taste mix till the idlies are coated in the corn flour batter.
Heat oil in a wok for frying.
Gently drop the idly cubes one at a time fry in batches of 8 to 9 cubes until the idlies turn golden in color. Drain from oil and reserve on paper towels.
Heat a pan on medium flame add 3 tbsp oil. Once the oil is hot add chopped onion, curry leaves, green chilies, dried red chilies, ginger and garlic paste fry until the onion turn light pink in color.
Add bell peppers(capsicum), soya sauce, green chilly paste, garam masala, turmeric, chilly powder and tomato puree fry all the ingredients for a minute.
Add 3 tbps water and salt stir and allow the moisture to reduce. Once the oil surfaces on the masala add the fried idlies and toss garnish with coriander , mint, vinegar or lime juice... Serve hot...Enjoy😋
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