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Mar 26, 2008

Idli Fritters

Idli Fritters

I had some leftover idlis, which I wanted to use differently. Usually I make upma out of it, but got bored of it. So I tried this variation. I made idli fritters for the evening snack and they were a hit at our home.



Ingredients:
  • 6 Leftover Idlis
  • 1 small Onion
  • ½ cup Rice Flour
  • Some Curry Leaves
  • 1 tsp dry Red Chili Powder or according to individual taste
  • Water and Salt as required
  • Oil to deep fry
Preparation:
  1. Crush the idlis coarsely with hand. Cut the onion into very fine pieces.
  2. In a bowl mix together the crushed idlis, rice flour, onion pieces, curry leaves, red chili powder and salt by adding little water to make a thick batter so that it can be easily dropped in the oil.
  3. In a deep pan heat the oil. When it is hot, drop the prepared batter carefully into the oil with a big spoon. 
  4. Fry them for some time until the fritters turn golden brown in color. Then remove them from the hot oil and spread on a paper towel. 
  5. Repeat the same process with remaining batter.
  6. Serve hot with ketchup or ginger chutney and a cup of tea.

Idli Fritters

39 comments:

ranji said... [Reply]

wow!! this is somethign very different...sounds wonderful!!!will make it next time:)..thanks for sharing

kamala said... [Reply]

Innovative idea.kids will sure love it.Thanks for sharing

Mansi Desai said... [Reply]

that looks good Uma! ncie use of leftovers:)

Cham said... [Reply]

Oh god , looks like heaven in plate... Great way to use the leftover...

Divya Vikram said... [Reply]

looks wonderful..will have to do this sometime

ANJALI J. said... [Reply]

Thats a different one. looks delicious :)

Laavanya said... [Reply]

What a fabulous idea Uma.. looks yummy!

Hima said... [Reply]

That is a neat idea uma, comes in hand for non idli likers like me.

Nithu said... [Reply]

It's different. we dont have to get rid of the old idlis. Nice idea.

Dhivya said... [Reply]

great way to use the leftover idlis uma..even i too bored with uppma:)))will try this one:)

Annu said... [Reply]

Wow fantastic Uma dear.....keep rocking.Sound itself mouth watering.

Trupti said... [Reply]

hey Uma, these fritters looks delicious & different

Rupa said... [Reply]

Wow..new recipe for me..Great idea to recycle leftover idlis..will try this for sure when i make idlis..Thanks

Seema said... [Reply]

Hey! Thats a cool idea... something very different from the usual we make from left over idlis! Nice one Uma.. These look good!

Seena said... [Reply]

Whenever seeing Idli leftover recipes I would think I have to make idlis for trying them.. Looks tasty, to day I cooked idli , let me see if any idli remains.. :)

Red Chillies said... [Reply]

Jeez, what a nice twist. That is a cool idea!

sowmya said... [Reply]

great use of the leftover idlis..looks crispy and delicious..

Jayashree said... [Reply]

Nice, creative way of using up the idlis.

LG said... [Reply]

Creativity...Loved your way of using left over idli.

Lavi said... [Reply]

Just now i was thinking what to do with my left over idlies..Nice Idea..

remya said... [Reply]

soo creative... love those fritters....

Saswati said... [Reply]

nice idea Uma!its aamazing snack for akid's lunch box also.bookmarking it rt now:)

Sia said... [Reply]

uma, dont they absorb too much of oil??? very creative one girl:)

RAKS KITCHEN said... [Reply]

Thats a kewl idea!

Daily Meals said... [Reply]

Looks so crispy...

Rama said... [Reply]

That looks good Uma....

Uma said... [Reply]

Sia: No, they won't absorb too much oil. That's one good point. As we spread them on a paper towel, all the excess oil will be eliminated. Thanks.

Thankyou everyone for your nice comments.

Richa said... [Reply]

they look so very tempting, Uma!
how about putting them in a gravy for idli manchurian ;)

Sagari said... [Reply]

fried idli wowwww delecious snack uma

Dee said... [Reply]

looks yummy!! A must try and a novel idea

sandhya said... [Reply]

looks lovely... nice use of leftover idli's...

Pooja said... [Reply]

See this is what a creative cook do !
you made such a tempting fritters from idli. hats off to you Uma.
thanks for the recipe. I think I shall try making few more idlis next time so that i can try this.

Uma said... [Reply]

Richa: I never tried them using in a gravy for idli manchurian! But sounds like a great idea. You know, creativity has no limit. Let me try it next time and let you know. Thanks.

Girls, thank you all so much for your encouraging, sweet comments.

Kalai said... [Reply]

What a creative idea, Uma!! Sounds absolutely phenomenal! :)

Meera said... [Reply]

Very creative!! I have eaten idli fry but never fritters. Looks delicious! Great job, Uma!

sri la said... [Reply]

never knew you could do that with idles.

Homecooked said... [Reply]

Wow...great use for idlis the next day! Looks like a delicious snack.

mitr_bayarea said... [Reply]

Uma-

splendid idea....I too have become tired of doing idli uppma with the leftovers, this will be so tasty.

Archy said... [Reply]

Next time when i ahve left over idlis will surely make this.. Good one Uma.. :) !!

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