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South Indian Dosa
How many of you tried multiple times to reproduce this paper thin Indian breakfast item, known as Dosa? For all those Indian food addicts, here is the best video. Watch and try at your own kitchen, as this requires some practice to learn the skill. A friendly... - 143.666
Instant Oats Dosa
For most south Indians who are on a diet, giving up their favorite rice dosa and having oat porridge for breakfast can be quite a challenge. Why not make an instant oat dosa? Surely oats can be enjoyed in this form, as a variation to the porridge. This is a... - 125.545
Homemade Soft And Spongy Idli
An all time classic breakfast item - "Idli". Now if u happen to be a South Indian you will already know the ratio of ingredients but what makes these steamed rice cakes different and spongy soft ones you get at restaurants, that just melt in your mouth?... - 124.839
Vegan And Gluten-free South Indian Breakfast
This breakfast recipe is meant for vegans, those allergic to gluten, diabetics and those on a low carb- and low-fat diet. Ragi Puttu, a dish of Kerala, is made of “ragi" popularly called finger millet and a fantastic source of amino acid methionine,... - 124.334
Cone Shape Dosa
1. Soak all the ingredients in a bowl of water and keep it overnight.
2. In a blender, add all the soaked ingredients and blend well into a smooth batter. Soak this batter for 6 hours before making the dosa on a pan.
3. Heat a non stick... - 118.389
Instant Rava Idly
Chef Manjula is showing an easier way of making idli's or it is better to call it instant rava idly recipe. Normal idly takes about two days of preparation where with this recipe one can easily have delicious idli's anytime of the day. Idlis are fat free and... - 117.639
Brown Rice And Lentil Dosa / Adai
South Indians on a low-carb diet need not give up their favorite dosa. You can substitute with this protein and iron rich Adai dosa recipe. This crispy crepe made with a combination of lentils and brown rice is a popular breakfast and snack dish in Tamil Nadu... - 114.681
Upma From Instant Mix ( Lowfat And Homemade)
A savory pudding most famous in the southern part of India as a healthy nutritious and filling breakfast, in fact it's a quick fix for any time of the day. This recipe uses cracked wheat also know as daliya(gothumai rawai in tamil) but you can substitute... - 113.17
Instant Oats Idli
Healthy and quick instant oats idli are always a hit at my house - they are steamed, they have oats and cracked wheat, no rice or starchy ingredients and they have veggies too...can't get healthier than this can it? The texture and flavor of this idli rarely... - 111.213
Upma (upittu) - Indian Vegetarian
If you're deciding what to make for breakfast, then you would definitely want to check this out. Watch the video to know how the chef makes the upma. Upma is a famous South Indian dish. Your family and guests will really enjoy eating the upma. Do check out... - 108.376
Rava Dosa Making Made Easier
Rava dosa is probably one of Karnataka's most loved breakfast item. These rava dosas are very thin, crisp and light and can actually be had at any time of the day. Watch the video to learn how to make the batter to prepare perfect rava dosa. - 106.313
Oats Masala Dosa-stuffed Chickpea Crepe
1. Rinse the rice and dal; soak for four hours along with fenugreek seeds.
2. Soak the oats for 20 minutes.
3. Grind all the soaked ingredients into a smooth batter, season with salt and let sit for 8 hours.
4. Soak and boil chickpea, take out... - 105.567
1. Soak 1 cup of urad dal in enough water for a minimum of 4 hours, set this aside.
2. In a pan, dry roast 1 tablespoon of urad dal and 1 teaspoon of rice, let cool and grind into a powder.
3. Grind the soaked urad along with... - 105.169
Homemade South Indian Idli
Idli is one of the most most popular south Indian recipe all over the country. Extremely scrumptious, light, fluffy and nutritious, Idly is an ideal Breakfast dish. Made of rice and Urad Daal, making Idly is not difficult at all, though its preparation takes... - 104.8
Tomato Upma Making Made Easier
Winter is the time for comfort food. Wholesome, comforting and very satisfying, this semolina breakfast is probably one of the simplest and quickest breakfast foods in south India. Upma is a refreshing change from the monotony of rice based breakfast dishes... - 103.311
Stir Fried Idli
A delicious variation to finish up all leftover idlies! Leftover idly just sauteed lightly in some nicely flavored onion masala. Taste great off-course with coconut chutney or just as it is, as it is spiced up very well :) - 98.4064
Gluten Free Cabbage Upma
Upma is a popular Indian breakfast favorite but since it is usually made from cream of wheat or semolina. People who are gluten allergic have to give it up. This is a great variation and gluten-free alternative to the traditional wheat based upma. Bhavna... - 97.7638
1. To make the spicy red paste for the dosa spread, blend corn flour, ginger and garlic paste, curry powder and half measures of oil and water. Mix and set aside.
2. In a pan, apply oil for frying.
3. Take 1 big spoon of the dosa... - 85.9668
Everybody loves a crisp brown dosa for breakfast but nutritionist advice against eating one everyday. Make your dosa healthier and add proteins to it! Watch this video to learn how to make a healthy egg dosa. You can eat a dosa every morning and be rid of any... - 80.1193
Idli & Dosa Part 1 A South Indian Treat
What can be a healthier way to kick-start your day than fluffy idlis and yummy dosas? Chef Bhal Dave tells you how to make fluffy idlis and crispy dosas easily. The best thing about these South Indian snacks is that they pack in fewer calories and can be... - 75.617
Idli & Dosa Part 3
If you have failed to make restaurant-like perfect dosas at home, then this video is likely to come to your rescue. Chef Bhal Dave whips up delicious, flavorful potato filling for dosas that is likely to tickle your taste buds. Just follow his instructions to... - 74.5926
Idly & Dosa Part 2
If you are looking for yummy accompaniments to complement your idlis and dosas, then your search ends here. Chef Bhal Dave, in this continuation video, gives you two easy-to-make chutneys that can be prepared in a snap. Spicy, tasty, and totally tantalizing... - 74.4521
Idli And Sambar
Idli is an amazing South Indian sort of dumpling. steamed rice cake. It is made by steaming batter — traditionally made from pulses (specifically black lentils) and rice — into patties, usually two to three inches in diameter, using a mold.
Most often... - 60.5201
Masala Dosa is most popular South Indian dish. It is salty, spicy and yummy. Generally served with shambhar and coconut chutney. Enjoy it as breakfast or any other meal. - 53.2329
For Idli :
1. First mix suji, dahi, salt and red chilli powder.
2. Keep it for 5-6 minutes, then again mix and add some water to make dough.
3. Then add Eno and mix gently, then steam in mini idli stand for 8-10 minutes.
For Tadka :
1. Heat a non stick pan,... - 49.9556
Vermicelli is a type of pasta, round in section and somewhat thinner than spaghetti.
It can also be made as different dishes according to one's creativity and one such creation is "The Vermicelli Idli". - 49.8234
Dill Leaves Upma
In a pan put 2cup semolina,oil(1tsp) and fry till it turns light red and keep aside.
In another pan add oil,ghee when it becomes hot put mustard seeds
Allow to pop up,add jeera seeds,urad dal,channa dal,peanuts and fry for 2mins.
Then add chopped... - 49.4207
Idlis are soft, fluffy white, round discs that are a popular breakfast or snack in southern India. The method of making idlis is very simple maybe a little time consuming. Fermentation is the key to idlis turn cotton soft. If you live in a cold climate... - 48.8548
The No Rice Idli
Wash and is oak the two dals separately for an hour.
Grind each to a fine paste using some of the water that they have been soaked in.
Do not add excessive water.
Mix the two hatters in a bigger vessel that gives this upwardly mobile hatter space to rise.
Add... - 48.7112
Vermicelli Nuts Idli
1. Chop green chillies finely. Chop cashewnuts coarsely.
2. Heat fat in a fry-pan; fry black gram and mustard seeds until seeds begin to splutter.
3. Add chopped ginger, coriander and curry leaves, chillies and cashewnuts.
4. Now add the vermicelli and fry to... - 47.0521
Idlis With Sprouts
What can be more healthier than this steamed Idlis with Sprouts! Yea, with the goodness of sprout grams and uncooked rice, this steamed cakes are just the kind of breakfast anyone would want to indulge in. Such an easy dish to make and serve, these Idlis are... - 43.5776
Brown Is Beautiful
Beat the yogurt and mix in the semolina and rye flour.
Add salt and adequate water to make a batter as in any other idli (i.e thick dropping consistency).
Leave to ferment overnight.
Add the ginger, pepper and chillies just before preparing and mix... - 42.6758
Rava Idli is a variation of the popular South Indian breakfast item, idli. It is a speciality of the state of Karnataka in India and was invented by the popular restaurant chain, Mavalli Tiffin Rooms (MTR) of Bangalore. - 42.6013
cut idlis into squares...
make a thick paste of maida 4tbs+corn flour 4 tbs+saffron one pinch+chilli powder half tsp.
dip the square peices of idlis into the paste and deep fry it in cooking oil.
In an pan heat about 3 tbs of oil fry 1 onion and 2... - 39.7797
Idlis are simple to prepare. The muffin container gives the Idlis a perfect two dimensional shape. The urad dal gives the Idlis the divine taste. Must try it. - 39.5464
To do this superb idly you need to buy idly rice available in all Indian grocery stores. - 39.4396
The South Indian Medu vada is a savoury fried donut made of a fermented batter.It is a favourite on many occasions and is an excellent breakfast and snack item in most South Indian homes and spreads. It is best when served with coconut chutney and sambar... - 39.3652
1)In a large bowl, add salt, baking powder along with rice and dal flours.
2)Stir in water and make a batter of drop consistency. Let it rise overnight.
3)Take four small stainless steel bowls and grease them. Pour batter into... - 39.2677
1. Roast the semolina on a tawa (griddle) without any oil until it becomes yellow or very light pink in colour.
2. Mix the curds with the fruit salt and add the remaining ingredients to make a batter.
3. Steam in a small idli mould for 10 minutes. - 39.1007
Idli Rice Idlis
Wash and grind Urad dal first to a smooth paste with little water and put to a big bowl.
In a same jar wash and grind rice ,water little coarsely and add to urad dal paste.
Now grind cooked rice,water little to a smooth paste and add to a urad dal paste with... - 38.8327
Savor these light and soft Idlis for your breakfast. Very easy as the batter may be prepared the night before and incredibly healthy, as idli is cooked by steaming with no use of oil. Team it up with your favorite chutneys, stews or gravies. - 38.6889
Soak urad daal for about 3-4 hrs ,at the same time mix the idli rava with water and let the consistency be thick.
Now blend the urad daal till its soft and fluffy.
Add idli rawa to the blended urad daal and mix it well to prepare batter.
Place the mixture in... - 38.6394
In a thick pan, put oil and heat it.
Add fenugreek seeds, garlic pods, curry leaves and chopped onion.
Fry till onions turn to golden brown in colour.
Add red chilli pwdr, cilantro, tamarind, jaggery and salt.
Onion chutney is a good... - 38.4992
Mix together all the ingredients to a batter.
Grease the cups of idli stand.
Put 1 large cup of water in the pressure cooker.
Fill the cups of idli stand with batter and place the stand in the cooker.
Close the lid, do not use the regulator for making the... - 37.3166
Idli Usli / Idli Upma
Powder the idlis with hands.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When they splutter add asafoetida and curry leaves. Saute for 3 seconds.
Add slit green chillies and powdered idli. Check the seasoning and add salt accordingly.(Be careful while adding... - 37.1847
1. Grind coconut, red chilli and tamarind paste by adding 1/2 a cup of water to a smooth paste.
2. Add salt and add 1/4 cup of water to make it a bit thin.
3. Heat 2 tbsp oil and add mustard seeds.
4. When they splutter add curry leaves and... - 35.8891
1. Wash and soak rice for about 30 minutes. Strain and dry.
2. Grind coarsely in the grinder.
3. Soak gram for one hour and grind with fenugreek till it is light and frothy.
4. Mix ground rice and ground gram and a little water and keep it overnight.
5. Add a... - 35.6426
Idlis Using Idli Rava
This recipe is a easy way to make idlis especially for those who do not have a idli/dosa grinder or do not have a grinder that can handle rice easily.It uses Idli Rava instead of Rice and regular Urad Dal. - 34.574
This dosa recipe is quick and highly nutritious. Less carb and more proteins. A combination of semolina, rice & wheat flour with spiced up flavour of Ginger & Green chillie. Curd subsitutes the fermentation process which takes long hrs in a normal dosa. - 34.3106
1. Soak the gram and fenugreek seeds for 3-4 hours.
2. Grind till light and frothy.
3. Mix with roasted and cooled semolina. Add salt. Leave overnight.
4. Prepare as ordinary idlis. - 31.4649
A popular South Indian breakfast, this steamed breakfast can make a great contribution to your health. A combination of carbohydrates and proteins it provides just the nutritious breakfast you need to keep you going. - 28.6275
Cut onions into small pieces and keep it aside. Blend green chilli with salt to make paste. Chop coriander and curry leaves finely and add them to batter. Heat oil in pan, add chana dal and fry till it is golden brown, add onion and sautee till onions are... - 28.6063
Cut each idli into 4 pieces
Heat oil add asfoetida, mustard seeds, curry leaves broken red chillies. Let them crackle.
Add idli. Stir. Cover and stir in between. Serve with tea for a savory snack. - 28.3087
1. Pour 1 ladle of batter into the idli mould. Sprinkle a layer of filling.
2. Cover with another ladle of batter and steam as usual. - 27.2278
Paramannam (meaning Food of God) is a delicious dessert made of Rice simmered in Milk and mixed with jaggery/panela, topped with raisins and cashews. This traditional dessert is offered as 'prasad' to the deity in most South-Indian Temples and homes during... - 27.1906
soak idly rice or any rice with one handfull of methi seeds morning and grind both as normal dose batter. pour to a bowl add salt mix it nicely and switch on gas keep pan on it.when it is heated take one saute of dose batter pour on pan put oil on it close... - 23.4781
A traditional Indian dish with a touch of patriotism. Each color on the topping represents an aspect of our culture. A perfect dish to relish while celebrating the Indian inside us. - 0
Innovative Idli For Breakfast
Idli is a delicious breakfast recipe of India, but what if while taking a bite you are pleasantly surprised. Yes, stuffed idli is something which will surprise everyone in your family on breakfast table. - 0
Homemade Crispy Flour Dosa With Chutney
I learnt this dosa recipe from my mom. It is ideal for those who do not want to get into the messy job of grinding the batter or do not have a wet grinder at home. - 0
Healthy Vegetable Vermicelli Upma
This is one way I manage to give my son some healthy breakfast without compromising on the taste. He eats some vegetable at least through this vermicelli upma. - 0
Healthy Multi Grain Dosa
This recipe not just ensure's soft,fluffy and tasty dosa's but includes the healthy quotient too. - 0
Homemade Healthy Oats Upma
1.In a non stick pan dry roast the oats for 2 minutes.
2.Heat oil in another pan and add mustard seeds.
3.Once it splutters, add split Bengal gram and cumin seeds and sauté.
4.Add asafoetida, onion, ginger, green chillies,curry leaves and salt and... - 0
Homemade Healthy Onion Uttapam
A healthy and tasty twist to your Uttapam. Not many would like the taste of oats, for those this would be a nice way to incorporate this healthy item into your breakfast.The oats taste is not dominant and at the same time it provides you the goodness of oats... - 0
A tasty and interesting variety of idli. Made quite commonly in South Indian households. Can be eaten with various podi's and chutneys. - 0
Healthy Veggie Upma
Green beans, green bell pepper along with onions and tomatoes makes your usual upma more delicious and it not only satisfies your taste buds, but also pleases your eyes. - 0
Simple Homemade Semiya Upma
Morning breakfast just got a lot easier and tastier. Semiya is made out of Vermicelli and is more like the Indian version of noodles. It's quick to make and you can make this Upma by adding vegetables of your choice too!! - 0
South Indian Pesarattu
Pesarattu is a crepe like bread that is unique mainly to the Telugu cuisine, but overtime has been a constant breakfast item in many parts of South India. It is light and tasty. - 0
The best part about tomato bath is every person has their own tasty version of preparing it. It is dominant by the taste of tomato, but can be prepared in various ways using different ingredients. - 0
This is a very common South Indian dish that is liked all over the world. It is delicious as it has the potato filling in it and is served usually with chutney and sambar. - 0
Mom's Special Tomato Upma
Tomato Upma is a variation of the traditional Suji Upma of South India and is a common breafkast in most house holds. It is quite easy to prepare. - 0
Masala Podi Dosa
Dosa is high in protein and carb. It is very healthy and easy to digest. It is generally served with coconut chutney and sambhar. It can be made crispy or soft as per one’s liking. - 0
Spicy Rava Dosa
Rava dosa is a special South Indian dish. The curry leaves give a special flavor to this dish. Here we can learn how to make a spicy Rava dosa. - 0
Steam Sponge Dosa
1. In a bowl, put the washed rice, poha and buttermilk. Soak it overnight.
2. Drain any excess buttermilk and grind it to a smooth batter similar to the dosa batter but a little runnier. Transfer it into a large bowl.
3. Add salt to... - 0
Tricolor South Indian Breakfast
• Soak rice, fenugreek seeds, and udad dal for 4 to 5 hours.
• Grind it to a thick idli/dosa batter consistency.
• Allow the batter to ferment overnight.
• Puree carrots and spinach separately.
• Divide the batter into 3 parts.
• Add carrot puree... - 0
High Vitamin Mixed Vegetable Semolina Idli
Thanks to Ifood.tv for organizing such a great contest every month in which we feel connected with other community members. Here is my entry for "Woman's Day Healthy Recipe Contest" - 0
Healthy Carrot Idli
Idlis is an awesome breakfast option. Here is an idli recipe with a healthy twist. Mild taste of carrot makes these idlies taste yummy!! - 0
Plain Semiya Upma
A very simple dish to make with very basic ingredients. It is easy to make, tastes good, and makes you full...what more you want for a busy morning?! - 0
Puffed Rice Upma - Easy Indian Breakfast
Puffed Rice Upma is a traditional south Indian Breakfast recipe. Usually accompanied with any spice powder or pickle. In some parts of Andhra Pradesh this is popular as a street food usually served with Mirch Pakoras and pickle. This is simple yet delicious... - 0
Ravva Idli / Sooji Idli - South Indian Breakfast / Snack
Idlis are traditionally made from naturally fermented batter. This ravva Idli in contrast is a quick version which can be made under 30 mins. Because of the flavorful seasoning that goes inside the batter, they taste absolutely delicious. Serve them with the... - 0
Crispy Paper Dosa
Crispy paper dosa is a super-star whose fame has carried it from south india to the most famous restaurants all over the world! as the name suggests, this dosa is golden brown, crispy and so thin that a huge dosa can be made with just a ladle or two of... - 0
Rava dosa is a delectably crispy dosa that can be prepared instantly, without the need for any fermentation. A traditional tempering and quick mix-in of chopped onions, coriander and green chilies add excellent flavor to a batter made of ready flours. This... - 0
South Indian Breakfast - Medu Vada
Medu Vadas are a traditional breakfast of South Indians, but this has its own share of popularity among North Indians, here people can have these as breakfast, lunch or even as evening snacks. :P - 0
Plain Set Dosa
This is another form of dosa. It is more common in homes than restaurants. It is soft and smaller than the paper crisp dosa. Usually it is served in pair, the reason for it being called as set dosa. - 0
Cottony Soft Idly
Idlys are probably one of the most simple and healthy recipes one can make. It is a very popular traditional South Indian breakfast dish that is usually served with sambar or chutney of choice. It is steamed and so very good for digestion as well, hence it is... - 0
Uttapam is a very common South-Indian dish. A great and filling breakfast, can be served as snacks and also at lunch or dinner. So all in all, a sure winner. - 0
This is a popular South Indian breakfast dish made with sooji. Ingredients like onion, green peas, carrots etc. can be added to make the dish richer. Here I am sharing a simple upma recipe made with sooji (semolina) and onions. - 0
Pongali - Easy Indian Breakfast
Pongali is a very popular South Indian Breakfast Recipe. The simple seasoning to the soft dal and rice makes it a delicacy. Even a beginner can make it and enjoy! - 0
South Indian Breakfast - Pesarattu Upma
The most favourite Andhra ( Telugu) Breakfast. Makes any Andhraite drool at its very sight.
Pesara pappu means Moong Dal and Attu is a type of dosai. So together Pesarattu would mean "Moong dal dosa".
The video describes 2 pesarattus not very different... - 0
Mysore Masala Dosa - Indian Breakfast
Mysore masala Dosa is a very popular south indian breakfast recipe. Usually Dosa is served with chutney and/or sambar to the side. But for Mysore Masala Dosa a spicy red chutney is applied on the crispy crepe to make it even more tasty. - 0
Medu Vada & Mysore Bonda - Urad Daal Vada
1. Wash and soak the rice and dal in water for a couple of hours.
2. After a couple of hours, drain (saving very little water as needed for the grinding process), in a grinder (juicer) grind the rice and dal to a thick and fine consistency... - 0