Soak the rice in water for about 4 to 6 hours. Wash and drain the excess water. Grind to a fine paste along with mudakathan keerai and salt. Add enough water to make the batter slightly thin. Heat tawa and grease it with oil. Pour one big laddle of batter […]
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Mix maida and rice flour along with salt and add enough water to make a thin batter. Add chilli flakes, asafotida powder, chopped onion, curry leaves and green chillies to the batter. Heat tawa. Wipe it with oil. Pour one big ladle of batter in the tawa and spread it. […]
Add chopped coriander leaves, onion and chilli flakes to the dosa batter. The dosa batter should slightly thinner than the ordinary dosa batter. Heat tawa and grease it. Pour a big laddle of batter circle wise (like rawa dosai). Pour one teaspoon of oil around the dosai. When one side […]
In a kadai, put the rawa and dry fry till it changes its colour. Remove it and keep aside. In the same kadai, put the oil and when it is hot, add the mustard. When it pops up, add the dhals, red chillies broken into bits, asafotida powder and fry […]
Serve with coconut chutney.
Normally Idiyappam is prepared from home made rice flour. To make rice flour at home, soak 2 to 3 cups of raw rice four hours. Drain the water completely. Put it in a mixie in batches and grind to a nice powder. Put this powder in a large kadai and […]
Note: This rice uppuma will take more time to cook than ordinary Bombay rawa upma.