Idli Podi

Idli podi
 
I hope in almost in all houses they have this idli podi,its one of the best accomplishment with idli or dosa when u feel lazy to make chutney.Each one have their version,here is mine.My daughter use to simply take this podi mix with oil or ghee and eat.


Needed:

  • Urad dal-1\2 cup
  • Channa dal/Kadalai paruppu-1\2 cup
  • Ground nut-1\4 cup
  • Red chillies-5 to 7(to ur spice level)
  • Garlic cloves- 18
  • Curry leaves-a hand ful
  • Asafoetida Powder(hing)-1 tsp
  • Salt 1 to 2 tsp

Method:

1.Expect hing and salt dry roast all the ingredients until a nice aroma comes,be careful not to  get burnt.


2.Cool and powder into fine.

3.Dry roast salt and hing powder.


 
4.Mix this with the powdered podi and store in air tight container.





Serve with idli/dosa.


Note:

1.I dry roast salt and hing ,because the podi will stay fresh for long time.
2.Add salt and chillies according to ur taste buds.


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16 comments:

  1. Idli podi is kind of a life saver for me... The tip of dry roasting salt and hing is useful... I will try it next time I make idli podi... :)

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  2. Adding groundnuts sounds yummy!!

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  3. first time here...
    nice flavorful podi..
    glad to follow u :)
    visit mine when u find time.

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  4. I have never tried adding peanuts. must try :)

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  5. thanks for stoppping by at my space. awesome podi

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  6. Lovely Post. Nice recipe too.love it..i think 1st time here.nice space u have vth yummy recipes all d best
    Maha

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  7. Wow! Little different way I used to make.This looks delicious.Happy to follow you.

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  8. idli podi looks tasty!!
    Glad to find your blog,I am your new follower
    http://foodssrilanka.blogspot.com/

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  9. Thanks for introducing me to your lovely space, following u now :)
    posi sounds more flavorful n yummy...loved the addition of peanuts n garlic...nice!

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  10. Oh my!!! I can have this as a side treat for rice everyday. As I write this comment, I am already coining the recipe in my mind.

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  11. hello Babitha, first time here,....i am totally on love with idli podi. nice detailied write up

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  13. Very nice idly podi Babi. Love this version also very much.

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