Monday, August 23, 2010

Idiyappam



Ingredients:
  • Rice flour 2 cup
  • Coconut 1/2 grated
  • Water as rqd
  • Salt as rqd
Mix together salt and rice flour. Boil water and pour little by little into the flour and mix immediately using a big spoon. Keep it aside for few minutes and mix it well. Put the dough into the idiyappam maker and press little on the idli steamer and put grated coconut on the top. Then press rest of the dough to the top of the coconut. Steam it well.

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27 comments:

  1. hmm...sounds very interesting.....nice recipe...

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  2. wow idiyappm looks so perfect ...love this recipe ..thanks for sharing dear

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. shall i make it with murukku maker

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  4. My fav Tina..Nalla stew koode unndel ushar alle..

    How are you and Niya baby doing??

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  5. i have never made idiyappam!and how much i love it...thanks for reminding tina...nice pic.

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  6. Idiyappam made it to perfect..Wow..Nice click too

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  7. I love it....looks super yummy....Happy Onam dear

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  8. idiyappam has come out perfect... would like to have it with some beef!

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  9. Idiyappam pic kidu ayittundu.Ethivide undakiyal eniku kittathe ella;)

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  10. My all time favorite! Looks great!

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  11. My all time favourite, beautiful click..

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  12. Hello,

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  13. Picture Perfect......bt seems incomplete without some 'Thenga Peeras' on the top of the Appam !

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  14. These look like rice vermicelli....delicious with the coconut. I would love to try. Thanks very much for sharing.

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  15. Hi,
    Ur Idiyappam looks delicious. Do u use the shop bought rice flour as such?
    even I am trying to put my passion into a blog. peep in when u get time.
    Beena

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  16. We make it slightly different this version sounds great too!!!

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  17. Tina,
    Two tips:
    1)the idiappams will be more delicious if you add some coconut milk while kneading the dough.
    2) the dough will be smoother if you add the rice flour to warm water (and not the other way around)till the right consistency is attained. (In this method, salt/coconut milk can be added to the water before adding in the flour)

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  18. Hi to everyone.
    I like idiyappam very much.
    But its very difficult to make.
    But today I found a good product.They says even kids can make.
    It seems a nice product.
    But they say coming soon.
    If you want to have a look please visit www.oritha.com

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