Mix Vegetable Idli recipe: As the name suggests, this idli recipe is made with a mix of crunchy veggies like carrot, onion, capsicum and more.
Goli Idli Recipe: It is a unique idli recipe that is easy to make and needs no batter for the preparation. Read on to know more.
Here we bring you some yummy and nutritious idli recipes that can be enjoyed on a diabetes diet.
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.
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.
Idli is an all-time favourite breakfast option. Steamed, light and easy to digest, idli is a favourite among fitness and health enthusiasts too.
Besides being delicious in taste, this idli recipe is loaded with protein derived from mixed lentils.
Kanchipuram idli recipe: Regionally, it is referred to as kovil idli and includes several spices including hing, cumin, and curry leaves amongst others.
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.
These fried idlis are easy to make, decadent and can help you give a makeover to the leftover idlis from your last meal.