Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Idli Sandwich/ Sandwich idli

Sandwich Idli

A hot item for parties.
Easy to prepare.

For idli batter see my earlier post.
For Mint chutney see my earlier post.

Method:
1. Grease Idli plates with little Oil and pour 1/2 ladle of batter and cook for 3 minutes.
2. Apply Mint chutney (spread it)
3. Pour again 1/2 laddle of batter and steam it.

Kids who hate Idlis can be attracted with this.

Note: In the Mint Chutney you may also reduce the Coconut and add more Coriander leaves.
Another colourful version of this Sandwish can be made with Onion Tomato Chutney and for more varieties see here.



Sandwich idly

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

You 're getting too good day-after- day.
Keep up the gud work.

-Nimi

HariPriya said...

wow...i love idlies and the way u made them were awesome...thnx for sharing..by the way u have a very nice blog....keep it up..

Vini K said...

MT,great idea!would work well for kids lunch boxes,I suppose, as for a quick snack for adults too!

Sandeepa said...

hey really neat idea, I can add other chutneys also right ?
thanks for sharing

Krithika said...

This is a great idea , L. I agree with Nimi you are getting too good.

Lakshmiammal said...

Hi MT, You are so creative.Thanks for the idea.

USHA said...

Hi,

Good idea,i use to do with tomato.onion.thokku.

My husband appreciate me,when he had for the firsttime after my marriage.

Nice picture....

Menu Today said...

Hi Nimi,
Thanks.

Hi Haripriya,
Thanks. Keep visiting.

Hi Vini,
Yes, I made this for lunch box..
Thanks.

Menu Today said...

Hi Sandeepa,
Yes, you can add other chutneys, some vegetables etc... Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hi Kirthika,
Thanks a lot..

Hi Usha,
Thanks.

Hi lakshmiammal,
Thanks for your kind words..

Anonymous said...

Hi MT:
Please come up with some ideas for kiddy snacks. My son is a horrible eater... well this partially explains why he is so lanky.
Anyhow... some good snacks involving veggies/ fruits would be a gr8 way to infuse things in this stomach... so pleazzzzzzzzze think of something.

-Nimi

Priya said...

I just saw Anita's Instant rava idli recipe y'day and now your twist. I will try combining the two now :-)

Foodie's Hope said...

Oh Man!! You are coming out with more and more mouthwatering food every post, MT!:))

Priya S&S said...

Brilliant idea MT .. this can make a good lunch box item .
Hey why dont u send this to Meeta's Daily Tiffin Forum.

archana said...

What a neat and cool idea ! Will try this method out next time i am making idlis. Thank you

Sowram said...

Hi,
I am not a big fan of idlis,but your idli sandwich looks mouthwatering. planning to try this weekend.
- sowram

Chandrika said...

MT, I am an idli lover and your recipe is a treat! :-)

indosungod said...

MT that is defintely an idly twist on a sandwich, looks delicious.

Menu Today said...

Hi Nimi,
I will try my best. Thanks.

Hi Priya,
I think with rawa idli this chutney goes well. I will try next time. Thanks.

Hi Asha,
Thanks for your kind words.

Menu Today said...

Hi Priya,
Thanks for informing me. I will send it to her.

Hi Archana,
I think you will love this combination.. Thanks

Hi Sowram,
Thanks. Try and enjoy!!!

Hi Chandrika,
I too in any shape or in any form I like idli. Thanks .

Hi Indosungod,
Thanks a bunch..

Indira said...

Hi MT: What a neat idea, I love it. Vijay is taking lunch box these days, I should pack these for him. He likes idlies and these sandwiches are going to be something different.

Thanks for sharing such a cool recipe idea with us. and also the legiyam recipe. It's been a while since I had any legiyam.

Sia's corner said...

Wow.. Delicious... very innovative and creative... i had cooked rava idli and forgot to post it in blog... will do it soon... and thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe
cheers
supriya

Lakshmi said...

wow...those look so good, definately i 'll give them a try

Menu Today said...

Hi Indira,
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hi Sia,
I love rawa idlis... Post it soon. Thanks.

Hi priya,
Do let me know. Surely you will love this. Thanks,

Prema Sundar said...

Have always made Idlies and chutney for side dish only.. have heard of masala sandwiched idlies but never tried them. this recipe of using chutney in between the idlies is a new and easy idea.thanks for the recipe