Masala Idli fry (Less oil version)


Ingredients

Idlis(Fresh or leftovers)
2 tsp oil
Dosa Milagai Podi or Paruppu podi

Spread a drop of oil over the idlis. Cut the idli in four/nine pieces as required. Add the powder/podi of your choice and mix it well.


Normally these are fried in hot till golden brown to get crispy idlis. But for the less oil version, simply roast these on the dosa tava till it gets crisp on both sides.

Serve with chutney of your choice or just like that.

Sending this over to Vandana for her Lunchbox Special event


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17 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Less oil version is something for me!Thanx for sharing!

srikars kitchen said...

wow... looks delicious.. new creative idea.. yummy...

rekhas kitchen said...

wow intresting with less oil i love that looks very tempting

Sireesha said...

wow looks creative ,healthy and yummy.....

Happy cook said...

This is a clever way of using left over idlies

Valarmathi said...

Less oil thats good. Will try this sometime. Looks yummy.

Sangeeth said...

thats a great idea and kids like them in their size small n cute :)

Madhavi said...

yummmmm idli fry!!!

Usha said...

Good one...looks yummy :)

Cynthia said...

I bet these are filling and tasty.

sowmya said...

roasting them with less oil sounds like a good idea..because in deep frying idlis,it absorbs lot of oil..good one Ec.

Divya Vikram said...

Perfect for lunchbox..

Sunshinemom said...

Last week this graced Jayasree's blog too:) Good one! Husband loves the deep fried version only:)

Cham said...

Look like croutons :) Good one

SriLekha said...

easy recipe for lunch box1

Vidhya said...

This is very good. I have scheduled the same fried idly but as you said I have deep fried the idllies. This is really healthy than mine.

notyet100 said...

easy nd yummy recipe,..

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