Comment by Lata Belgaumkar
U r welcome.
Comment by tanzil khan
liked ur recipe , just wanted to know whether we can store the batter for a day or 2
yes you can store for a maximum of 2 days.
Comment by Savitha Harish
Do we need to soak the batter after we mix rava in the sour curd?
Yes. Its a good idea to soak for atleast 5 minutes so that the rava absorbs the moisture.
Comment by nivedidha kumar on 30 March 2010 12:30PM
Comment by Uma Sivakumar on 02 February 2010 00:31AM
Great recipe ,rava is that normal suji or do we have separate rava for preparation of idli
Rava idli is made with normal suji....
Just for your information, normal idlis can be made with idli rava... Idli rava is coarsely ground rice.
Comment by Ninette D'Souza on 13 December 2009 14:42PM
Great recipes on the site. Just wanted to check whether Eno could be used instead of baking soda. All the best.
Hi Ninnette, I've never tried using Eno. I guess it should work. Do let us know if you try it.
Comment by sravs vana on 05 December 2009 06:27AM
Yes it is Rava Idli!!!
Comment by divya fernandes on 03 July 2009 11:29AM
i tried your rava idli...it came out perfect...i am a S.Indian and the idli turned out just like how my mom makes,,thanks a lot for the recipe
Thats nice to hear divya!!!
Comment by DEVIKA SUMITRA on 30 December 2008 09:53AM
DEAR FRIEND, I NEED ARECIPES FOE AVIAL VEGETABLE CURRY PLEASE.
Hi Devika, The recipe for Kerala style aviyal is given here. By adding curd at the end, you will get a tamilnadu style aviyal vegetable curry.
Comment by dulcina on 17 September 2008 16:33PM
Dear Dahlia, I just came across your recipes. I will def try your idlis. Could u pl give me the recipe of idlipodi? Thanks, dulcina.
hi dulcina, thanks for the compliments. the recipe of idli podi is http://simpleindianrecipes.com/idlipodi.aspx
Comment by visitor on Sat 5/03/08 1:31 PM
yammi recipe.Thanks giving for us knowledge.Keep it up!