Thursday, July 26, 2012

Kushboo Idly




Not sure from where this idly is originated,must be either madurai or chettinad..it is more popular in southern tamilnadu, specially in weddings...the mega size idlies are must in the menu...I remember my athai (mom's SIL) says "we can pinch all the sides and eat "..I tried it with this chettinad kara kulambu,and ellu milagai podi(divine)...




Kushboo Idly
Ingredients
Raw Rice-4 cups
Urad Dal-1 cup
Javvarisi/Sago-1/2 cup
Salt-1 tbsp
Cooking  Soda-1/2 tsp
Method
1.Wash rice and urad dal and soak it togeher  for 12 hrs(overnight)
2.Wash Sago and soak with 3-4 cups of water for 12 hrs(overnight)
3.Grind them all-together into smooth batter and rest it to ferment for 8 hours
4.Mix the baking soda with water and blend it with fermented batter
5.Use idli maker and steam it for 8-10 minutes
6.Remove the lid and rest it again for 4-5 minutes ,scoop the idlis out
I skipped using cooking soda...I made the batter how we usually make for idlies...So definitely not too thick nor too thin.....

Wishing  best wishes who are fasting tomorrow for varalakshmi vratham...So,here is the recipe to prepare amazing feast to gorge in after the fast...Sabudana is the best ingredient that will easily digests and also it helps to bounce back the energy sooner than other food.. So make some sabudana kheer/khichdi or this idly and Enjoy :)



34 comments:

  1. never used sago in idlies, they look super soft and yummy

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  2. Nice looking idlies, will try soon :)

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  3. wow.. kushboo idly.. looks spongy..

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  4. Nice looking chubby:) idlies. never knew they use javarisi in idli. will try it .thanks for sharing the famous kushbu idli

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  5. looks like buns ! loved ur sponge idlis or rather buns ! he he he

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  6. Are you going to fast too? Yummy, fluffy looking idlis...

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    1. No deeps,we dont have that custom

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    2. Hi priya i tried this with same ratio but my idly was flat can you suggest any tip for this

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  7. different recipe ..will try it.
    Wonder how these idlis got this name ..Kushboo

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    1. Named after actress Kushboo famous for her idli's ;)

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  8. Gorgeous looking idli....will try this soon.

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  9. Gorgeous looking idli....will try it soon.

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  10. thats a good one..super delicious

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  11. Wow soft and fluffy,looks yum

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  12. never heard of this one before ..nice recipe

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  13. soft and perfect idli..loved the idea of adding sago..

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  14. wow what a yummy kushboo idli... came out perfectly...

    Happily following you dear...

    Event: Dish Name Starts With N till August 31st
    Learning-to-cook

    Regards,
    Akila

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  15. A different recipe priya. Will try this soon. Thanks for visiting my space

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  16. Soft idli, liked the name though.

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  17. idly is generally made with boiled rice ,this is the first time i have heard of some one doing in raw rice,will have to try .
    Uma M

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  18. Lovely idlis and they turned out perfect

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  19. Looks soft, spongy and really nice.

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  20. Methu methunu iruku priya..Peruku thangundha madhiri ye.. I also make it

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  21. i missed your blog too Priya :) idlis have come so soft n spongy..is the name anything to deal with the actress Khushboo ? ;)

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  22. So it doesn't have anything to do with the actress ? They look super spongy

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  23. Hi , i tried this idly and it came out well. i have posted in my blog . thnx a lot :)

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  24. Hello! first time at your blog & you have a nice place. Will be trying this idli soon & will link back my post:)

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  25. nice to see a puffy idly. i will try it

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  26. Can it be made with idly rice instead of raw rice?

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  27. Hi priya
    I have a doubt can I use sona masoori instead of raw rice

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