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Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Idli Milagu Podi | Chutney Powder for Idlis

Idli Milagu Podi is a quick and simple recipe which you can prepare ahead and can be stored over a month.This is a handy chutney powder that hardly takes a preparation of ten minutes and can be mixed with sesame oil to enjoy with idlis.I prepared this long back with tuvar/toor dal (recipe from one of the websites)but we didn't like the taste much.However, when one of my friend,Jayanthi served us idlis with this milagu podi and payasam on the occasion of Golu on our visit to her home.I was just hooked by the taste so much that I requested her for the recipe.She was grateful to send me the recipe and the total credits of the recipe goes to her.


Try making this healthy podi at home and mix it with a dash of gingelly oil,Enjoy !!!


Ingredients
chana dal 1/2 cup
urad dal 1/2 cup
dry red chillies 15-20
asafoetida/hing powder 1/4 tsp
curry leaves a sprig
salt to taste



Method
-Heat a pan.Fry the urad dal and chana dal until golden brown on low medium flame.Keep stirring so that the dal don't get burn and then keep aside.(add a tsp of oil or leave )
-Fry the red dry chillies with a little salt(to reduce the smell).Add in the asafoetida ,sprig of curry leaves.Add salt as per taste.


-Grind all together coarsely and store in a airtight container.
-Mix it with sesame oil(gingelly oil ) whenever required to a small batch and the idli milagu podi is ready to serve !!!



Servings~ 1 small bottle

NOTES
* You can omit the curry leaves if you wish.
* I added 18 red dry chillies which gave a moderately spicy podi.Add as per your spice level.
* You should add gingelly oil to get  the exact flavor.



15 comments:

Linsy Patel said... Best Blogger Tips

I can eat it as it is , spreading on rotis, theplas or even puris. looks yummy

Veena Theagarajan said... Best Blogger Tips

looks very tempting love the color of it

Harini M said... Best Blogger Tips

Nothing can come near this combo,love your jar :)

nandoos Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

nice sidedish for idly/ dosa. perfect on a lazy morning

Shanthi said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy idly podi with very few ingredients...nice presentation...

Maha Gadde said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice pics n useful post.

Babitha costa said... Best Blogger Tips

my daughter use to just take podi and eat it,too yummy.we add garlic n peanut too

Rafeeda AR said... Best Blogger Tips

oh... such awesome clicks!!!

Arjunan Akilandeswari said... Best Blogger Tips

Very neat presentation n lovely pictures...

Kaveri Venkatesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Mmm....delicious..just love podi dunked idlies

Beena.stephy said... Best Blogger Tips

Tempting podi

Priya Suresh said... Best Blogger Tips

Cant resist to that podi idli, very irresistible, i cant survive without this podi.

Manju @ Manjus Eating Delights said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Julie dear....
I donno if I came to ur blog after u came back from India...so happy to see u back in action. I'd been out-of-action for a while, got busy with a bunch of things :) Even we make this same idli podi and always have a stock of it :) lovely pics dear...

Anu Yalo said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice..

Hema said... Best Blogger Tips

Idli and milagai podi, yummy combo and I love that cute jar..