Colorful Cocktail Idlis

Posted by EsyRecipes Thursday, November 26, 2009

Discription:To make it even simple one can even buy idli batter from the store, prepare chutney spicier than usual, mix it and prepare the idlis. As simple as it is. Any chutney should be fine. For different colors you could use tomatoes, coriander/mint, beets, carrots etc. The only thing is you have to make it spicier so that when mixed with the batter and steamed the spice is right.
  • Idli batter (homemade or store bought) as needed  
  • Any spicy chutney as needed
How to make:
  • If you are using more than one chutney divide the batter in two or three bowls according to the number of chutneys you are using.
  • Mix each chutney with the batter and combine it well. Taste the batter and check for salt and spice. If it’s not spicy enough add some chilli powder or ground green chilies. I added a spicy paruppu podi (dal powder which is mixed with rice) to increase the spiciness.
  •  Grease idli moulds with oil/ghee. I spray it with a non stick spray. You could choose to use either mini idli moulds or the regular ones. If you have only the regular size idli moulds, pour the batter, steam it as usual (for 10-15 minutes). After sometime remove the idlis from the moulds and cut each idli into 4 pieces. Mini idlis can be served as it is.
  • Use a toothpick to skewer idlis, one of each color or arrange it in a platter.


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