Oats rava idli



A healthy idli variety that tastes almost similar to rava idlis..

Ingredients

2 cups of roasted and powdered oats
1 cup of roasted rava
Salt to taste
2 tsp oil
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp bengalgram dal
1 tsp blackgram dal
1/2 tsp ginger paste
2 finely chopped green chillies
Few broken cashews
Finely chopped coriander leaves
Few curry leaves
1 cup curd
Water as required

Heat oil, add mustard seeds, bengalgram dal, blackgram dal, cashews and roast till it splutters. Add it to the oats powder. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well. The consistency should be similar to rava idli batter consistency.


Pour them into greased idli plates and steam them for 8-10 minutes. Insert a knife and check if it comes out clean. Cool for a minute and transfer to a serving plate. Serve with chutney/sambar.

Sending it over to Sri Lekha for her EFM:Breakfast event.

Oats rava idli is a healthy and filling dish to pack for kids in their lunch boxes..These go to Neha for her CFK:Healthy lunch boxes event started by Sharmi.
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11 comments:

Parita said...

Wow these look so healthy and fluffy, perfect for the event

Chitra said...

Oh with oats..it looks good!!

Vani said...

Like the addition of oats. Looks great, EC!

Kalai said...

And so fluffy, too! Beautiful idlis and great idea, EC!

Prathibha said...

super healthy food...yummy

Nithya said...

Wow. I have a pack of oats left out here and was wondering wat to do with it to make it interesting . This one definitely looks yummy.. will try it soon.

First time to your blog and I find it really interesting. Nice blog on the whole. Keep it going. :)

meeso said...

Sounds so healthy, and looks tasty!

Neha said...

Thanx for the entry dear, do check out the roundup, coming soon...

Sharmila said...

I tried it but some how it became soggy, do we have to add soda here? Or do we have to keep the batter for quite some time to ferment ?

Sharmila said...

Godd receipe but how to make it soft and airy?

EC said...

Thanks everyone

@ Sharmila ...If it is soggy, probably the batter was not of the right consistency..it works even without addition of soda, but to make it airy, you can add soda or eno salt..No need to ferment the batter

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