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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Baked Rava Idly

In a small cute lil kitchen I put all my ideas and thought to satisfy my appetite... But as its very hot, sometimes, during the day time I just wanted to make a quick meal and get out before I sweat out and get dehydrated... I am a great fan of rava idli's but then I dint wanna wash off those large utensils after I am all done with the cooking so I thought why not bake the Idli's oh yeah they turned out really well though!!! My brother calls it Masala Idli/Carrot Idli...



Ingredients:

Roasted Semolina/Sooji - 1 Cup
Sodium Bicarbonate - 1/2 tsp
Yogurt - 2 1/2 cups
Mustard Seeds - 1/4 tsp
Green Chillies - 2 nos.
Carrot - 2 grated
Coconut - 2 tbsps
Water - 1 cup
Oil - 1tbsp
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves



Method:

In a large microwave safe bowl heat the Oil and Mustard Seeds for 1 min... Now add in the Roasted Sooji and mix well and heat for a min now mix in the rest of the ingredients and set aside for about 30 mins. In the meantime you will see the color of Carrot enrich the dough.

Now spray the muffin tins with Oil and pour in one large scoop of the Mixture. Preheat the oven to 350 Degree F. Now place the Muffin tin in the oven and bake for 12-13 mins or until the center is cooked or until a tooth pick comes out clean. Serve it hot...

Serve with: Chutneys, Sugar or Yogurt

Baked Rava Idlis goes to

EC's -- WFY Quick Meal



Mahimaa's -- 15 Minutes Cooking



Sanghi's -- Fall in Love with Carrots

71 comments:

Vani said...

I hate the clean up after making idlies too. Like the baking idea. Did they turn out very soft?

Teresa Cordero Cordell said...

Ramya, what a beautiful looking dish. Is the semolina like rice or a pasta? How smart you are to bake instead. :)

Sharmilee! :) said...

What a smart idea to bake rava idlies! Was it like the ones boiled or did it make any difference?

Happy cook said...

I love idlie, but hubby and daughter don'tlike them, they prefer dosa.
Love the idea of baking this idlie.
Is it as soft as the steamed ones?

Srilakshmi said...

I like Rava Idly too! Love the baking idea and pics look great as always..

Ashwini said...

Wow those looks so cute. Hate to clean too. Loved the idea of baking.

Padma said...

What a great idea to bake the idli's ... have tried the microwavable idli plates, but never thought of baking ... good work Ramya :)

doggybloggy said...

ramya things are really looking great over here - I cant keep up with all the wonderful things I want to try!

Bong Mom said...

This is a great idea, I am not a great idli maker and this suits me

ARUNA said...

wonderful Ramya....it looks awesome and hey congrats on ur award that Pooja has passed on!

Pooja said...

Wow colourful, cute and spongy rava idlis! Great idea of baking them! I too hate washing the smeared utensils..Clean way of doing it :)
And something is waiting for you at my blog at Mushroom Fried rice post! Do check when you get time.

KavyaNaimish said...

Really a cool idea of making idly in muffin tray...they luk perfect....

Prathibha said...

Good one lol...I prepared savory semolina cake of Anjum Anand's version which is similar to this...

Vicky Xavier. said...

very creative idea to use a muffin pan n oven. Love this version. Me too hate to wash those big idly vessels:)
Rava idly looks gorgeous.

Hema said...

Nice idea ramya.. never thought about baking the idlies...

Pinky said...

What a delicious dish is this...Great job...Thanks for sharing it...

Pooja said...

Looking cute like small cupcakes..Yummy..

Indhu said...

this is a fantastic recipe :)
love this! thank you for sharing this!

Vishali said...

hey Ramya...thats an awsome rava idly ....love the color...:)

kittymatti said...

ramya...this is an awesome cooking experiment! Know what, Im going to try this n will let u know

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Interesting. Baked Idli..wow.Idli looks colorful and yummy.

Ashwini said...

never thought about baking idli..innovative idea..

Sweta said...

Baked??? Wow-that's really innovative :) Love the shape-you should probably name them as "Savory Rava Muffins"!!

Subhie Arun said...

u mean bake??..neva thot of baking idlis..grt work yar...will try soon...nice click ...

Trupti said...

what a wonderful idea to bake these idlis..looks delicious & lovely photos

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

that's a great idea ramya. looks great.

Valarmathi said...

Beautiful and gorgeous looking. Perfectly baked. very tempting. Nice color.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Looks delicious!!! But ive never tried baking them, though....

Priya said...

Thats a brilliant idea ramya...I love this baked version...great work!

Vrinda said...

Great idea Ramya,awesome click ,,Did it taste same as steamed one?

VineelaSiva said...

Wow great idea ramya.Never heard of it.It looks really inviting.

UjjU said...

Muffin tins??? Ramya, thatz a clever idea ;) they look so yummy :)

Sakshi said...

u went ahead and americanised those idlis...very creative to use muffin tins and microwave..feel like throwing my bulky idli cooker now

Gita's Kitchen said...

I too hate washing idli cooker and the plates...I can try your method now :)

Parita said...

Very innovative to bake idlis..gorgeous pics dea..feel like grabbing one :) will def be trying this very soon :)

Pavithra said...

Oh My god ramya from the morning i am trying to comment u , this particular page was not at all loading. Atlast ... superb idlis.. nice idea.. And i have to try it for sure.. Pictures and idlis are looking so yumm.. And idli innovation

Ushanandini said...

Lovely recipe! Goregeous pics. Baking is very creative! Good job Ramya!

TBC said...

Is there a diffference in texture when compared to the pressure-cooked ones?
And how do you get the yellow color? From the carrots? I add carrots too but have never seen this color.

Suparna said...

Hi Ramya,
Very smart and creative work :) love the cutie shapes of the rava idlis. fab pics as always.
Enjoy!
TC

Sharmila said...

Am a great fan of rava idlis .. what a great idea Ramya to bake them! :-)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Great idea! Very innovative and such nice clicks! Wow!

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! very innovative recipe ..good job da ! keep rocking

Vibaas said...

great idea, ramya. they look super cute too :)

jayasree said...

Thats a neat idea to bake idlis. Never thought about it.
Looks cute and colorful. good job.

Divya Vikram said...

Great idea to bake the beauties! Pretty ones. Look lke muffins..

Ivy said...

These sound easy to make and delicious. Must try them.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow sounds simple and looks droolworthy....Summer's are like that only dear.....

Sireesha said...

What an innovative dish looks very delicious..

rekhas kitchen said...

O M G you are so creative dear such a great idea Idli looks so yum and colorful simply superb

Usha said...

Loved the idea of baking idli's and it looks so inviting...

Varunavi said...

wow great idea of making it in the microwave,loved the ingredients :)

AnuSriram said...

Thats very innovative and a neat idea of baking them... Looks awesome!

Rush said...

this is fantafabulous..u know what, im definitely trying this..i wish i had sooji rite now, this post really inspires me to head towards the kitchen...nice :)

Jeena said...

These sound delicious Ramya especially eating them fresh out of the hot oven. :-)

Jescel said...

haven't tried an Idly before but it looks good..it actually looks like a carrot muffin to me.

Jescel said...

haven't tried an Idly before but it looks good..it actually looks like a carrot muffin to me.

Kalai said...

Baked rava idly looks yum.... sure will try that. I have resolved the issue with the feeds, try this one:

http://feeds2.feedburner.com/littletastebuds
Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

Dharani Jagadeesh said...

hi ramya i usually hate idly.. but aftr seeing ur baked idly i really want to make it.. its looks very colorful n gr88!!

Sia said...

u really baked them???? looks absolutely delicious!

Pooja said...

Hi Ramya..would be greatly obliged if you could help me out in this issue. Can you please check if my recent posts-May 20th(Potato Stew) & May 22nd(Chole Paneer Masala) are visible in your dashboard? All my blog updates seems to have disappeared all of a sudden!

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Baked Idlies sounds so good. Nice recipe. Turned out perfect for YUM!

Renu said...

idlis look fabulous

Shabs.. said...

the dish loooks fab and the foto is purrrrrrrrrfect:)....neverhad a rvaidly though:)

Raaga said...

this is a great idea... I should try it sometime :)

Jaya said...

Ramya,
that's really great ..baked idlii wow!..
hugs and smiles

Adlak's tiny world said...

hey so cute they are... i m the lover of rava idlies.. baking version is new and smart idea.

Laavanya said...

What a cute idea to bake them - look like savoury muffins makes them more portable too i guess if we use cup-cake liners.

EC said...

Wow..its a nice idea to bake the idlis..the shapes are lovely..thanks for the entry

Aparna said...

They look soft just like the steamed ones. I've heard of MWed idlis but never tried it.

Pooja said...

hey what a ingenious way to make idlis... oooh they look so cute ! hats off to u.. this is the first time i'm visiting ur blog... u have a lovely blog !

Simone Dance-a-holic said...

Loved it! I Googled this while looking for a temperature to bake my vegetable idli's at! :) Thank you!!! XX

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