Monday, June 21, 2010

Idiyunni

This is a malabar recipe.I followed this one from Vanitha.Its realy tasty and easy to make...Same as idiyappam,But the difference is it is little thicker than the normal idiyappam..And adding jaggry makes it extra taste.

Ingredients
Raw Rice Flour - 1 Cups
Salt - To Taste
Oil - 1 teaspoon
Water - 1 cups
Coconut milk -1/2 cup
Grated Jaggery -3-4 tsp
Grated Coconut - 1/4 cup


Method:
1.Boil water in a bowl and salt and a teaspoon of oil
2.To this add the rice flour and mix it well and make it a soft dough.
3.Divide it into small balls and keep it aside
4.Cook this in coconut milk.When its cooked romove from fire.

5.Take the idiyappam press and fix the idiyappam mould (it should be the bigger hole, note the small) and lightly grease the press with oil to avoid stickiness.
6.To this add cooked dough balls and close the idiyappam press
7.Take a plate and squeeze the cooked dough onto the plates.Cut usuing a nife in between squeezing.
8.When it is ready add grated coconut and jaggry,or mix grated coconut and jaggry when serving.serve hot or cold.
The yummy Idiyunni is ready to serve with Tea.
Recipe Courtesy :Vanitha

15 comments:

sangii said...

Interesting name!..never heard of this b4...tnx 4 sharing

Jay said...

completely a new recipe...looks yummy n interesting...will give a try...!

Jaisy James said...

yes njanum kandirunnu vanitha yil kollamallo nannayittundu

Vrinda said...

Ayyo kanditte Ammaye orma varunnu..my fav..

Malar Gandhi said...

Never used thick iddiyappam so far, luks delicious.

Nitha said...

kollallo.. interesting one..

divya said...

looks very interesting...

Rachana said...

Interesting dish! I have never heard of this before...

Sarah Naveen said...

new to me..looks utterly delicious..

Suja Sugathan said...

Kollallo nannayithundu..new to me..looks yummy..thanks for sharing dear.

Priya said...

idyunni...very interesting and funny name .. i just cant stop smiling thinking of the name .. dish looks yummy and perfect:)

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Beena, nice to know about you and your blog through Nithu. You got a lovely blog. I am following you :)

GayathriRaj said...

hey thats a gr8 Guest post at Neetu's Kitchen....And such a nice recipe adn very new to me...

PranisKitchen said...

wow beena this vanitha special recipe is super da. idiyunni another version of idiyappam so good..addition of jaggery suremake it so yummy

BeenaShylesh said...

thank u friends...