MILLET IDLI I BROWN RICE IDLI I SOUTH INDIAN BREAKFAST RECIPES I HEALTHY BREAKFAST RECIPES

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Millets again…J can see vast millet recipes and these millets are motivating us to do many more healthy recipes with it… I already posted varagu/kodo millet idli and Cholam/Sorghum idli and dosa. Now, I have prepared the millet idli with brown rice/kai kuthal arisi. It is full packed and filling breakfast/dinner. The idly comes our very soft and fluffy. I can see the airy texture of the idli easily and it tastes great.

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Category
Breakfast/Dinner
Cuisine
South Indian
Soaking Time
 2 Hours
Grinding Time
30-40 Minutes
Fermentation
8-12 Hours
Cooking Time
15-20 Minutes
Servings
5-6

Source – My Own

INGREDIENTS
Varagu/Kodo millet – 2 Cup
Thinai/Foxtail millet – 2 Cup
Brown rice – 1 Cup
Whole black gram lentil, skinned/Urad dal  – 1 Cup
Fenugreek seeds – 1 Tsp
Salt – To taste 

METHOD
  • Wash and soak the urad dal and fenugreek together for 2-3 hours and soak varagu, thinai and brown rice separately for two hours.
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  • First grind the urad dal and fenugreek together with spreads of water till the batter turns fluffy and smooth.

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  • Then transfer into the vessel, and then add drained millets to the grinder.
  • Grind it with spreads of water, till the batter become smooth.
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  • Now switch off the grinder, and transfer into the urad dal batter vessel, add enough salt and mix it well by your clean hands.
  • Keep it in warm place 8-12 hours for fermentation.
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  • Then it’s ready to make idli or dosa.
  • Pour batter in the idli plates and steam it for 8-10 minutes, check it whether it’s cooked or not.
  • Serve it hot with your side dish.
  • Then keep it in refrigeration for further use. 


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NOTE
  • Don’t grind the millet and urad dal together, because it will not give soft and spongy idlies.
  • Making idlies in cloth will give even more soft and fluffy.
  • You can make very thin dosa with the batter.
  • You can replace any other millet of your wish. 

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4 comments:

  1. Idli itself is healthy you have made it more healthy...visit my space too

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  2. very healthy idlies viji! pls do keep blogging such healthy and nutritious recipes!

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