Spicy Dill leaves Idlies

 

Spicy Dill leaves Idlies  

 The internet says that Dill leaves has medicinal properties and can cure indigesion.Mrs. Prathiba from The Indian Food Court (http://cuisineindia.wordpress.com)  had made this wonderful recipe. It sounded unconventional and I was hesitant to give it a try. When I made it at home, it was such a big hit. The idly was full of flavor and was a treat to the senses! You can view the originia recipe from here

 

Dill Leaves Spicy Idlies
Dill Leaves Spicy Idlies

 

Ingredients: 

1. Fresh Dill leaves – 1 bunch (finely chopped 1 cup)

2. Rava – 1 cup

3. Grated coconut – 1/2 cup

4. Curd – 2 tablespoons

5. Green chillies – 1 (Finely chopped)

6. Salt

7. Mustard

8. Water

Method of Preparation: 

1. Combine Rava, finely chopped dill leaves, coconut, curd,  salt and water

2. Mix it well and rest it for few minutes

3. In a small kadai, heat oil, temper mustard and green chillies and add it to the mixture

4. Grease the idly plate with little oil and make idlies

5. Tasty Dill leaves idlies are ready

I am sending this entry to Breakfast Club #1 Asian hosted by Helen from Fuss
Free Flavours
and Sarah from Fingers and Toes

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7 thoughts on “Spicy Dill leaves Idlies

  1. Hi Saranya,

    You have prepared a wonderful dish by adding curds to the batter. I will surely your version of the idlies and let you know. Thanx a lot.

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  2. I still have no idea how cococnut and dill will taste! But will be brave and give it a try!

    Thanks for taking part in Breakfast Club #1: Asian. Check the blog in a few days to see July’s theme that Sarah is choosing.

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