How to Make Idli | Spongy & Soft Idli Bateer Recipe | பஞ்சு போன்ற இட்லி மிக்ஸில் அரைத்து

Idli or idly is a soft steamed cake. Spongy and Soft Idli is made by grinding rice and split black gram or Safed urad dal with water. Typically, this idli batter is then left to ferment overnight or for 8 hours before being steamed in an idli steamer. This duration of 8 hours of overnight fermentation of idli dosa batter is enough for fermentation in hot weather. But if you live in cold region, you can keep the home made idli batter in a preheated oven during the night.

Traditionally, idlis were eaten for breakfast along with chutney and sambar. But idli is also eaten as a snack food throughout India.
Follow our authentic step by step recipe of how to make idli batter at home . we have given loads of tips on how to prepare idli dosa batter in a mixer to make those yummy soft idlis. this same batter can be used as uthappam batter after a coupe of days.

Ingredients you need to make Idli:
Idli rice 3 cups
Urad dal 1 cup
Poha light weight 3/4cup

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