I am sure everyone is catching up enthiran fever so am I 🙂 But planning to watch it only this month end…..so that we can hear the dialoges and watch the movie peacefully. Am hearing varied reviews of the movie….whatever it is, the only and main powerful element that makes me go to theater to watch the movie is none other than our SUPER STAR Rajinikanth!! Its been a yr since I visted theaters, the last movie I watched onscreen was Abhiyum Nanum. So am excited and thrilled to watch the first movie in theater with mittu 🙂
Idli Milagai Podi Recipe – Ingredients
Recipe Category: Side dish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
Urad dal / Ulutham paruppu – 1/2 cup
Channa dal / Kadala Paruppu – 5 tbsp
Red chillies – 12 to 15 (adjust according to your spice level)
Sesame seeds – 1.5 tbsp
Grated Coconut – 1 tbsp
Curry leaves – few
Hing – a generous pinch
Garlic – 6 to 8 flakes
Salt – as required
- First dry roast the dhals till golden brown, set aside. Then dry roast red chillies,set aside. Dry roast coconut and sesame seeds till golden brown, keep aside.
- Then roast garlic and curry leaves just till curry leaves turn crisp. Allow the roasted ingredients to cool down. Then grind together with required salt and hing to a coarse / fine powder as you like it.
Enjoy this podi with nalennai/gingelly oil spread over idlis or dosas.
I luv idlis with the podis spread on it like the above. If you give an hr or so it tastes so good!! I have tasted MTR, sakthi masala and aachis idly podi but all that was till I tried it on my own. I saw the ingredients on each of them and got my own idea and came out with this flavourful homemade idly milagai podi.
- Garlic can be crushed and added raw then add it while grinding at the final stage.As the flavour of garlic catches up in the podi very well if done this way.I usually roast garlic(reserve 2 raw flakes alone) and add just 2 raw flakes while grinding.
- The color of the podi purely depends on the chilli variety and the amount of chilli we use.