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Fried Idli

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 15 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

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This fried Indian idli dish is similar to the world famous French fries. But, unlike French fries which are made from potatoes, idli are made of rice and lentils. It is the perfect snack for all occasions. Serve it before a meal or as an appetizer. Fried idlis is a snack that is easy and quick to make; and agreat way to use those leftover idlis. To make this dish spicier, you can garnish with chilli flakes and oregano seasoning.  If guests are coming over unexpectedly and you don’t have enough time to prepare a proper meal, this is the perfect go-to recipe as it takes less time to make.

Health Benefits

Fried idlis provides the same nutrients you receive from steamed idlis. This food is easily digested which means it flushes out of the body easily. It is rich in vitamins, protein, and carbohydrates. The food doesn’t contain saturated fat. The sodium content of the food is also very low, making it a good heart healthy choice.

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How to make Fried Idli

  1. Pour oil into a non-stick frying pan and heat.
  2. Add seeds to oil and wait to splutter.
  3. Add chopped onions, once seeds begin to splutter, and sauté until they become soft or turn slightly pink.
  4. Now, add cabbage, capsicum, and tomato then sauté over moderate flame for 1 minute.
  5. Sprinkle with ketchup and salt.
  6. Cut the leftover idlis into 4 pieces and then plunk them into the prepared mixture.
  7. Mix everything together and add green coriander to garnish.
  8. Your delicious Fried idlis dish is finally ready to serve.

Note: This is a quick go-to recipe and it is best to serve hot. You can serve with a cup of hot tea. 

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Trivia

Idli has been around since since 700 CE. The earliest mention of the food was in the ancient Kannada writing known as Vaddaradhane, written by Shivakotiacharya in year 920 AD.

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