Mixed Vegetable Rice Sevai (MASALA IDIYAPPAM RECIPE)

Rice hoppers , String hoppers or Idiyappam is such a satisfying meal, its very light and easy to digest. I enjoy these hoppers with coconut and sugar as a dessert. Recently while shooting for a food trail blog series I stumbled upon these fresh hoppers sold in Basavangudi, Bangalore. 

When enquired these hoppers are made by local women and its a cottage industry in the area. Each bag of hoppers are 300 grams pack sold from 15 to 35/- it is ready to serve.
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Ingredients:
300 Grams Idiyappam
1 Carrot 
2 Sprigs Curry Leaves
4 to 5 Green Beans
1/2 Capsicum
Frozen Peas Small amount
Sweet Corn Small amount
3 Chillies
2 Tbsp Roasted Peanuts
1/4 Tsp Mustard and Cumin Seeds
2 Dried Red Chillies
1 Medium Onion
Asafoetida
Salt as per taste
1/4 Tsp Sugar
Oil as required
1/2 Lime Juice, Grated Coconut, Chopped Coriander for garnish...

The day I bought these string hoppers I was unable to prepare anything and happen to store it in the fridge for two days. The hoppers tends to get rough I sprinkled water and steam cooked it and the hoppers were fluffy and soft very fresh ready to eat. Quality is superb totally worth, serves 3 adults.
Prep Up:
Wash, Peel and Finely chop the carrots and onion.
Remove hard strings from the green beans, chop into tiny pieces.
Finely chop chillies and capsicum. 
Dry roast peanuts remove the skin slightly crush and reserve.
Method:
Heat a wok with 3 tbsp oil on medium flame.
Temper the oil with mustard seeds, cumin and dried red chillies.

Allow the mustard seeds to splutter once the mustard stops spluttering add onion, curry leaves and beans.

Fry all the ingredients on low flame or until onion turns transparent. 

Once the beans and carrots have soften add the capsicum, chillies, peas and sweet corn stir well. Sprinkle little water and cover and cook the beans, peas and carrots.

Add salt and 1/4 tsp sugar stir well cover and cook the veggies till well done.

Once the veggies have cooked and the masala is ready add the semiya mix well till all ingredients are distributed.

Check for salt add if needed sprinkle water cover and allow the semiya to steam cook for a minute.

Garnish with lime juice, coriander and roasted peanuts before serving...Serve hot..Enjoy 😉


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