Rice Idlis | How to make Rice Idlis

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By Bindiya Sharma
Created on 4th Dec 2015
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  • 16 reviews
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  • By Bindiya Sharma
    Created on 4th Dec 2015

About Rice Idlis

Soft, fresh steamed Idlis..served with sambhar and coconut chutney.

  • Prep Time8Hours
  • Cook Time15mins
  • Serves4People

Video for key ingredients

  • Sambhar Powder

  • How to make Idli/Dosa Batter

Rice Idlis

Ingredients to make Rice Idlis

  • 1 1/2 cups Rice
  • 1/2 cup Whole white urad dal
  • Fenugreek seeds - 1 tsp
  • Thick Poha (flattened rice)- 1/4cup
  • Salt to taste

How to make Rice Idlis

  1. Soak dal, rice and fenugreek separately overnight.
  2. Soak poha for an hour.
  3. Start the grinding the next day.In a blender add the fenugreek seeds first with little water and grind. Add poha and grind again.
  4. Now add the drained and washed dal with 1/2 cup water(can add more water if required).
  5. It will be frothy, scrape down and add the rice, grind with minimal water.Batter should be thick.
  6. Remove and pour out into an aluminium utensil. Add salt.
  7. Cover and let ferment in a warm place for another 7-8 hours, or till well fermented.
  8. Just before serving, add salt to the batter, brush idli moulds with ghee and spoon tablespoons of the batter into each mould, fill almost till the top.
  9. Heat water in a pressure cooker/Idli steamer and bring to a rolling boil.Place idli stand in cooker and steam for 10 minutes on a high flame.
  10. Turn off flame but take out idlis only after 5 minutes.
  11. Serve hot with sambhar and coconut chutney.

Reviews for Rice Idlis (16)

Jibra Nistro2 months ago
Very delicious
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sandhya passary5 months ago
when do we add salt
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Sunita Kunwar5 months ago
Very good
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Sudha Gujar5 months ago
Should the rice used be par boiled or regular
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Paramjeet Kler5 months ago
Puffy iddlies .
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Usha Devaraj8 months ago
please let me know if the rice should be grinded coarsely or to a fine paste
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Dhara Shambh8 months ago
you don't have to put eno or baking soda? why aluminum vessel? any particular reason?
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Augusthi SriRamanathan8 months ago
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Meenu Dhawan8 months ago
very nice
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Chehak Singla9 months ago
11/2 ? how much
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Shoba Bharathraja year ago
so...tempting idlis
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Sarala Nahara year ago
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Debjani Banerjeea year ago
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Krishna Dasa year ago
nice recipe
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R.Anandi Ananda year ago
hey bindiya,the photo of the idlis seem to be same of another member thenthisai prabhu is same.....
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Meha Vyasa year ago
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