Ingredients (Translation)

1 cup fine rice flour
1 cup water
Salt to taste
Oil for greasing
Coconut milk- 1/2 cup
Sugar to taste

Boil water and add salt to it. Switch off the gas and slowly add it to the fine rice flour. Mix well and let it cool for some water. Knead it well to get a soft dough.

Add some of the dough into the idiappam press (i used the ones with which i make omampodi or sev)and press it into greased idli plates or idiappam plates whichever you have to make small idiappams.

Steam it in the pressure cooker until cooked and serve hot with sweet coconut milk.

This is my contribution to the RCI : Kerala Cuisine event hosted by Jyothsna of Curry Bazaar.

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vegeyum said...

These look nice, and I will be in Kerala in around 3 weeks time! I can't wait.

Are these similar to stringhoppers?

Lata said...

Wow, Idiappam, I never made them before, I should try them soon.

Happy New Year to you and your family.

Pravs said...

One of my fav..looks so nice. Happy new year !

bhags said...

i have never had this before...thanks for introducing me to this delicacy...RCI Kerela is going to bring lots of learning to me..:)

Namratha said...

This is my all time favourite and will be making it soon too! :)Looks nice E!

Rajitha said...

mmm..i love is healthy too :)

Jayashree said...

A plateful of that and some stew...that's all it would take for a great start to the day.
Happy New year....

easycrafts said...

@ idea what are stringhoppers..have a nice stay in Kerala

@ Lata...i too have made it for the first time although have eaten it a lot when others thanks for the wishes and wish you the same.

@ Pravs..Thanks a lot, wish u the same

@ Bhags...Even i am waiting to learn a lot of dishes from RCI-Kerala

@ Namratha...Waiting for ur post on idiappam

@ Rajitha... Yes, steaming makes it as healthy as idlis..

@ Jayashree...I have never made stew..i like it with some sugar. Should try out making stew soon


I am too going to contribute for Srivalli's event - Idiyappam...Looks lovely!

Laavanya said...

thanks for this easy method. The last time I tried this it didn't turn out good. Will try yours.

suguna said...

from suguna

i tried this receipe but it is not come properly,it comes like a paste.i dont know where i did mistake.
help me

easycrafts said...

Thanks Raks kitchen and Laavanya

@ Suguna..Did you try using the correct quantity of water?? even a bit more would spoil the entire process. Were you able to push the dough out through the idiappam press??

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