As idli is our go-to choice for breakfast, we have decided to change up the menu by finding an idli recipe with a surprising twist.
Keema idli recipe: As the name suggests, keema idli includes keema in a regular idli recipe. You may use mutton, chicken or soya keema to make this dish.
Idli is usually made in a special idli maker or steamer, but this recipe makes use of pressure cooker, which is always present in all Indian kitchens. It is easy, fuss-free and quick to make.
Idli recipe: We thought of looking for the recipe that could help us replicate MTR's special rava idli at home. And guess what? We found the recipe!
This blue idli video on Instagram has taken the internet by surprise.
Here's matar rava idli recipe for you that you can prepare in around 10 to 12 minutes. Sounds perfect, isn't it?
During our search for such quick meals, we recently came across something very interesting called tawa spot idli.
An experimental idli recipe we recently came across is chilli idli. Here, chilli chicken is given a South Indian twist by replacing chicken pieces with idlis.