Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mint / Pudina Idli....Blog Hope Wednesday



this is March blog hope Wednesday started by Radhika.today i am paired with Sreevalli of Ammaji recipe.she has a wonderful blog of delicious dishes. her baking cakes and puddings are very innovative. u must visit her blog.i also want to bake something from her blog but i have idly batter and i saw tiffin recipe on her blog which tempting me so i try this recipe.it is flavoured with minit and tasty in eating.

Ingredients
Idly batter-2cups
minit leaves-1/2 cup finely chopped
onion-1/2 cup chopped
green chili-2
carrot-1 grated (optional)

Method
mix mint,onion and green chili in idly batter.grease idly tray and steam it for 4-5 minutes or till done.
eat with sambhar and coconut chutney.

sending toRadhika's blog hope Wednesday





sendinfg to my kitchen experiences's started by Priya-fast food not fat food
sending to my cook Ep series--mint and coriander

57 comments:

  1. very delicious and flavorful idli..awesome!!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  2. wow! looks delicious.. Isn't it wonderful that you can do so much with such a humble dish.

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  3. Nice way to add more flavor to the idlis..

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  4. Wow.. love the idea of mint idlis...

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  5. Hey Santosh.. u certainely won the award for first Blog Hopper this week :)

    Idli looks so healthy, I will try with the addition of mint nxt time..

    Cheers
    UK Rasoi

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  6. I am sure the pudina flavor takes the idlis to another level!

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  7. minty idli is tempting..normally I serve idli with mint chutney..adding mint is a good variation.

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  8. Idlis with mint flavor sounds super yummy.

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  9. Wonderful idlies with mint(pudinA). Hope to try it out soon.

    Hema's Adugemane

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  10. Todo vez que visito seu blog saiu com muita fome.
    Os pratos tem um visual maravilhoso.
    Boa quarta-feira!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil.

    ✿✿
    ♪º° ✿

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  11. a nice variation to the idli!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/

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  12. did you say idlies?? Then i m totally in ... awesome idlies santhosh :) and flavorful too

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  13. Looks very colorful and delicious...Will try it!

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  14. A wonderful combo and a difference to the regular ones.

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  15. 1st time iam seeing this..looks yumm.vl try 2 make this 4 sure..thanx 4 sharing dear......
    Maha

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  16. This recipe is delicious & a keeper!

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  17. Interesting combination. Will try it sometime.

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  18. so innovative, flavourful n delicious idlis..

    Join the Just "4" Fun event :)

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  19. first time here..Nice blog..Intresting mint idly..
    Happy to follow you!Check out my blog at http://followfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  20. can we use dhaniya instead of pudina?

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    1. u can use dhaniya but flavour is different.u can use both and it is tymmy
      santosh

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  21. Very delicious n flavorful idly, sounds so healthy.

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  22. Lovely combination and very colourful idlis.. Bookmarking this.

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  23. Hi Santosh, thanks for stopping by my blog. The idlis look awesome and yummy...your new follower, Suchi

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  24. Colourful,flavourful and delicious idlies..very healthy recipe..

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  25. Love this healthy Idlies..I will try and let you know how it turned out...

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  26. these idlis looks so good, feel like having some now

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  27. Yummiee :p I actually stopped eating all those south indian stuff made of rice because I was putting on weigth drastically. Now I'm desperate to prepare this Idly and eat it ASAP... :D Thanks for sharing the recipe buddy! Cheers!!!

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  28. thanks for dropping by..
    you have nice collection. idli with mint flavor must be tasting superb.
    SPICE UP THE CURRY

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  29. This looks great.. i am sure the aroma of mint must have made the idli's more delicious.. Thanks for dropping by my space :).. Glad i could find urs..happy follower now too :)

    Ongoing Event: I'm a STAR

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  30. Yummy and delicious idlis. Happy to follow u dear.

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  31. Wow what a colourful n healthy Idli's. Just love to eat it.

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  32. Innovative idli. Pudino in idli is really a twist.

    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com,
    Hamsamalini chandrasekaran

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  33. Hi Santosh, I have not try this but your mint Idli's look delicious. Nice presentation.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  34. hi.I liked your presentation.
    Do visit my new blog
    http://www.foodydelight.com/

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  35. Mint Idly sounds soo yummy! I wud love to try this!

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  36. º°❤ Boa semana!
    °º✿ Beijinhos.
    º° ✿ ✿⊱╮Brasil

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  37. Wow.. Idli's look yummy.. I'm kinda little late in catching up with comments.. I'm happy that you loved this idli's .:)

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  38. Hi Santoshji,

    Mint in Idli must be very refreshing. Thanks for sending it to 'Only'.

    Foodelicious
    MARCH EVENT, ‘Only’-South Indian & Cook Book Giveaway

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  39. lovely looking nutritious idlis. thank you for visiting me.I am already following you:)

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  40. They look delish! I'm already a big idli-eating promoter and I can imagine the burst of flavours these might have in them. :-D

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