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Friday, November 27, 2009

                    My mom-in-law tried this out  after watching this in a TV cookery show,4 years back Cool. She uses microwave idly steamer, since I don’t have that, I have given here stove top method. The stuff part is up to you,use your creativity to experiment and suit your tastes.

stuffed idiyappam

                   Usually I make idiyappam with the ready mix(rice flour) available here in Singapore(BABA’S). Comes out really soft and moist. I usually prepare the basic white idiyappam and with that I mix tot make sweet(sugar+coconut+elachi) and savory-lemon/puli(tamarind)/paruppu(dhal)  any one of these varieties.  So for a change(okay,may be for blogging) I tried this out after 4 years Winking,though I wanted to try it out for long time.

stuffed idiyappam

                 If  you have guests at home,you can make this for Breakfast/dinner along with some thing else. I made coconut chutney with this as side dish. Was tasting great!

Ingredients:

For Idliyappam

Idiyappam flour 1 cup
Water and salt As needed
sesame oil (optional) 1 tsp

For stuffing:

Mixed vegetables of your choice 1 cup
Turmeric 2 pinches
Red chillie powder 1 tsp
Garam masala powder 1/2 tsp

To grind to Coarse paste:

Coconut 1/4 cup
Jeera or u can use fennel 3/4 tsp
Shallot(small/pearl  onions) 2 nos.
Green chillies(use this if you don't want to use red chilli powder above) 3 nos.

To temper:

Mustard 3/4 tsp
Jeera or fennel 3/4 tsp
Curry leaves 1 sprig
Oil 1 tsp

 

stuffed idiyappam

Method:

For Idiyappam:

  1. Boil water with oil(just till the bubbles start appearing in the sides) and add this to the flour(add salt if theres no salt in the mix) and make a smooth dough just like our chapathi dough. It should be non sticky if the consistency is right. Keep covered till you need.Dough

 

 

 

 

 

 

For stuffing:

  1. Boil/steam cook vegetables with salt,turmeric and red chilli powder till done.
    Boiling veggies
  2. Grind the coconut first then add jeera/fennel,onion and green chillies(if only u or not adding red chilli powder) and grind to a coarse paste,with only very little water.
    Coconut,jeera,shallot ground coarse
  3. Heat kadai/pan with oil and temper with the tempering items given and then add the veggies and stir fry for a minute.
    mustard,jeera,fennel,curry added veggies
  4. Add the ground  masala to this veggie and cook in medium low flame for 3-4 minutes till the raw smell disappears. remove from fire.
    Added coconut Stuffing

To make stuffed idiyappam:

  1. Fill in your idiyapam press with enough dough and take a greased idly plate and draw a single layer.
  2. Keep one or two tblsp of the prepared stuff above it and again layer it with the idiyappam to completely cover the stuff.
    layering veggies Covered veggie
  3. Repeat it to fill the idly plate and steam this for 3-4 minutes.
    Cooking cooked
  4. Serve hot with coconut chutney to rise your guest’s eye brows Raised Eyebrow.

stuffed idiyappam

Sorry If I have bored you all with too many pictures.

I still have to perfect mines,so that the stuffing doesn’t shows out.

  • Fennel and curry leaves gives awesome  flavor.
  • You can make without coconut as well.
  • Before keeping the idly plate into the idly pot,let the water boil.
  • Don’t over cook,to get just soft and fluffy idiyappams.

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70 comments:

  1. Superb...Its looks so tempting...Nice recipe...

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  2. Wow.. this is something really new and tempting. yummm :)

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  3. Stuffing idea is great.Idiyappam is a regular at home.

    Lovely pics.

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  4. This has tempted me to try at once. absolutely great recipe Raji.

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  5. Lovely breakfast dear..I like idiyappam too and even I tried once with the ready made flour available in singapore markets,came out nice...Never tried later..Loved ur stuffed version,,

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  6. Awesome click and great recipe. Thanks to your mom in law and you are a great post!

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  7. Totally new to me ... This must be a repetitive comment from me rt ? But you really put these totally new recipes :)

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  8. Stuffed Idiyappam looks so very tasty. I thin this way we can make stuffed idlis too ??

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  9. Love your innovation....very interesting & healthy

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  10. great idea of stuffing Idiyappam Raji..Looks good.

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  11. oh my god.. here is another idea mani:) stuffed idiyappam is really yummy..

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  12. this is a real new one and nice creativity

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  13. Such a delicious stuffed idiyappam, my mom might have saw that cookery show i guess, coz she also do something same, u never bored us with ur beautiful clicks Raks..

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  14. this is a yummy idea...love all the pictures..

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  15. stuffed idiyaappam looks fabulous; the vegetable/coconut stuffing sounds great too!!lovely!!

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  16. WoWOW..Great job dear..Well presented.Very tempting pics..yummyyyyyyyy

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  17. First class idiyappam! WOW! With stuffing, it looks tasty!

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  18. Never heard, seen or tasted anything like this...I want to try it now..Really!

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  19. I have neve rhad this, but i do love the idea it looks so so delicous.

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  20. Wow great idea dear....really different one....No need to prepare any curry for this rite...

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  21. Loved the idea of stuffing, no need for extra side dish!!!

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  22. Great idea Raks, yummy breakfast recipe, looks delicious.

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  23. wow, this is really sooper .. very very innovative

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  24. Raks lovely recipe..very creative..btw, your pictures are never a bore..

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  25. Looks so good, i make stuffed idlis but Idiyappam is totally new. Very innovative and very beautiful and detailed pictures. Great job.

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  26. Looks amazing.. stuffing idiyappam delicious.Love your pic presentation as always..

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  27. Looks nice...and tempting...if only were near to my place ;)

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  28. what a lovely idea! never tried it this way before :)

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  29. I tried masala idiyappam,yours interesting & tempting

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  30. ur best click as always...idiyappam is my fav,but my family hates it..i always have in hotels...i wish to try this for sure...

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  31. I ve a cookbook of Damodaran Chef which has a stuffed iddiyapam recipe. I guess it is quiet interesting and pretty recipe!

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  32. Oi, amiga!
    Voltei porque senti saudade do seu cantinho.
    Que receita deliciosa e nutritiva... além de linda e apetitosa.
    Você é muito talentosa!
    Parabéns!!!
    Aguardo você em:
    magiadaines.blogspot.com
    Beijinhos carinhosos.
    Itabira - Brasil

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  33. Yummy , its a must try one..Pics look gr8 :)

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  34. Must try one... I need an Iddiyapam presser here... :(

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  35. Looks yum raks.. I too almost make like this we all love it and with idli too I make it. But the masala I make is different just bookmarked it to try this masala version too. Nice clicks asusual.

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  36. Nice idea, tempting clicks!

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  37. OMG raji...there is a limit to tempt ok...I love idiyappam..and yours are looking so white and lovely..and on top you stuffed!...I lovely blogging..:)

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  38. OMG Raji, you are tempting me so much...! Those lovely white idiyappams and the spicy stuffing! I wudnt mind doing anything to go with it at all!! It wud taste great by itself na?
    And I am sure nobody is bored with your pics; they are awesome and helps us a lot!! Keep going dear :)

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  39. Thats really a treat, lovely presentation.

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  40. lovely presentation.pictures are real treat to eyes. Healthy too.

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  41. Im sure nobody ever gets bored with ur pics,infact they are so very helpful.Lovely stuffed idiyappam.

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  42. Wow...this is new to me...the sounds sounds interesting...I have to try this :)

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  43. Beautiful pics raks...loved ur version too...

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  44. Oh God! Fabulous idiappam :-)

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  45. Sounds gr8 and interesting!!Lovely presentation with yummy picture.:)

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  46. I tasted this in one of the wedding in Bangalore....stuffed idiyappam is very new to me...looks yum...i think i missed some posts here...scrolling down to check that pickle....

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  47. I don't make idiyaapam very often but love it.. this stuffed variety is so good. You have a lot of patience.

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  48. oh wow feel like so difficult stuffed ones....nice pics

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  49. Delicious recipe with a wonderful click!!!!

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  50. very innovative one. looks wonderful!

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  51. Super looking Idiyappam, Amma mentioned making then after watching on a TV show too but never tasted them.

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  52. WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!! seeing your photos itself is prompting me to make it soon for dear son and hus !!!!!!!

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  53. Very delicious post..really new recipe for me.should give a try :)

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  54. This is a wonderful way to have idiyappam. I am yet to try the original ones, so stuffed ones are way too far:)

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  55. yummy recipe...my mom used to prepare this..please do collect ur gifts from my blog

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  56. Nice idiyyams very tempting...photos and steps are superb.

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  57. wow! this is a FABULOUS idea!

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  58. wow superb... very tempting.. super idea dear...

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  59. These are neat, I wish I could make them :)

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  60. great pictures...definetely a dish to impress guests!!

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  61. Hi Rak's kitchen,

    This is ruchikacooks(www.ruchikacooks.com) and I tried your idiyappams. They turned out really well and I have posted it in my blog, linking it to yours. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Here's wishing you and your family a Very Happy New Year.

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  62. do we get good idiappam flour in shops? will hunt for one. Can't stop drooling over you blog yarr:)

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  63. hi raks
    do we have to make immediately the dough when we make it..or we can wait n make after sometime..

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  64. Renu, dough will be easy to press if you do it immediately. So please try make within 1/2 hour

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  65. I tried it today for breakfast.. it came out wonderfully! I dint use onions, n the aroma was very nice. Thanks for this simple n lovely recipe! :)

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  66. Hi.. i tried it for today's breakfast n time came out very nice.. the recipe was simple n easy. i avoided onions in the coconut mix n used cashew instead, but for that, ur recipe was awesome! :) it was visually pleasing too! :)

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  67. They look yummy...feel like grabbing one

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