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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Idli Milagai podi

Idli milagai podi is a spicy dal powder ,goes well with idlies,dosais.This is a very traditional side dish for south Indian tiffins.Every hotel has this spicy powder as a default side dish for idlies and dosais.When mixed with sesame oil,it becomes a delicacy.This particular recipe is from my mom.she is a queen in making podis.Adding peanuts and sesame seeds ,makes it  flavourfull.

Recipe Source: My mom


Ingredient: 
1.Urad dal              -        1 cup
2.Chana dal            -        1 cup
3.Red chillies         -        15 to 20
4,Pepper corns       -        1 tsp
5.Sesame seeds      -        1 tbsp
6.Peanuts                -        1/4 cup
7.Curry leaves        -        a hand ful
8.Hing                     -        a pinch

Method:
* Take a pan,add  little oil.
* Slowly roast all the ingredients to golden brown.
* Cool the ingredients completely.
* Grind the ingredients to a coarse powder.
* Add hing and salt.Mix it well.
* Store it in a air tight container.


Sending this to aipi and Priya's Bookmarked Recipes event

55 comments:

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Delicious podi...your clicks make them very tempting....

GEETHA ACHAL said...

ரொம்ப சூப்பராக இருக்கு சவிதா...எங்க அம்மாவும் கூட இப்படி தான் செய்வாங்க...

ஆனா, நான் எங்க மாமியார் வீட்டில் செய்வது மாதிரி தான் செய்கிறேன்...மிளகு, வேர்கடலை சேர்க்க மாட்டாங்க...பின்னே இவங்களும் சாப்பிடனும் இல்ல...

கண்டிப்பாக அடுத்த முறை செய்துவிட வேண்டியது தான்...

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Looks spicy and mouth watering dear.

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Superb and vibrant color savitha... lovely clicks too... adding sesame seeds would give a wonderful aroma!! My MIL makes the same way except she substitutes kollu(horse gram) for peanuts...
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Plateful said...

ohh Savitha, those pictures are so colourful and beautiful! Can't take my eyes off!!

Chitra said...

Delicious!!!! Adding peanuts is a good tip. Thank you.

Panchpakwan said...

Homemade podi is always fresh & delicious.

Kalyani said...

Looks delicious ...

Saras said...

Spicy treat Savi with idli & dosai, still remember the taste..

Shanavi said...

Superb clicks de Savi.. chance ae illa..we also make the same way except we add curry leaves and garlic too..

R said...

so delicious, luv the clicks!

julie said...

nice recipe of the chutney..the best thing is it can be stored for longer period..very lovely presentation !

Jay said...

hy savitha, would love to try this version now...gorgeous click again dear...hats off..!
Tasty Appetite

divya said...

This looks inviting and yummy...

Swathi said...

Delicious podi, I make without adding pepper, peanut . I will try your version.

Usha said...

Beautiful clicks Savitha! Love those tiny containers.. :)

asiya omar said...

looks amazing,thanks for sharing..

Mélange said...

A very aesthetic presentation there Savitha.That can tempt anyone to go make.fabulous !!

RS said...

Delicious podi...Beautiful pics:)

Vimitha Anand said...

Home made idli podis are the best and this looks tasty...

aipi said...

So aromatic n flavorful! BEAUTIFUL pics dear!
Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
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Reva said...

beautiful pic dear:) the colours and the presentation is wonderful.... Millagai podi asathuthu... romba super:)
Reva

Biny Anoop said...

hey dear dats fab....magic with so less ingredients....pics are adipoli

Suparna said...

Yo have a wonderful blog savitha, glad I accidentally stumbled here...love you recipes and presentation...will be glad to keep in touch and try ur recipes :P

CinnamonNChillies said...

wow addition of peanuts and sesame must be making it mind blowing. And very nice clicks too!!

Prathima Rao said...

Beautiful clicks!!! Looks so aromatic...Bookmarked it :)
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Raji said...

The click is amazing...simple milagai podi is also looking exotic. I add little jaggery in my milgai podi just to make it little sweet.

Kurinji said...

Yummy Podi and addition of peanuts is new to me!
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Vardhini said...

Eye catching pictures .. looks yummy

Vardhini
VardhinisKitchen

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Superb and colourful podi...

shriannalakshmi said...

Looks colourful.Adding peanut gives a unique taste. Thanks for the recipe.

Priya Sreeram said...

looks sooooooo good - nice clicks savitha !

Sharmilee! :) said...

Lovely click of the podi , luv the texture and color of ur podi...bright and red the way exactly I want....:) So you specially do anything for this red color or it depends on ur chillies?

Sangeetha Nambi said...

super poonga... Will try it...

Sabby said...

wow lovely.....I have made this but in different ways.....I think i must try seasame seeds and peanuts with it....thanks for sharing.

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Priya said...

Never failed to make idli podi,adding peanuts sounds interesting,will try it next time..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

your pics are not letting me to leave this page :-) nice spicy podi

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Prathibha said...

The addition of peanuts sounds nice...love this very much..:)

Suja said...

Delicious podi,nice recipe dear..thanks for sharing.

S.Menaga said...

வேர்க்கடலை சேர்த்து இட்லி பொடி செய்ததில்லை.பார்க்கவே நல்லா காரசாரமா இருக்கு..

Vidhya said...

Beautiful pictures and the recipe sounds yummy.

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

wow super and wonderful podi !! Awesome clicks !!

savitha ramesh said...

I am over whemed with ur comments.Thank u so much friends.
@ Sharmilee,I didnt make any thing speial for the podi to look like this colour.may be the number of red chillies also differs.

Now Serving said...

first class molaga podi - color is terrific!

schmetterlingwords said...

Hi Savitha, I'm really drooling over this.. Usually I get idli podi from my mom. Now I think, I can prepare my own too... Thanks for the recipe...

The way you have arranged the ingredients in those cups remind me of my mom's Anjaraipetti. :-)
The last picture is a master work!!

Padma said...

Looks spicy and delicious. Beautiful clicks Savitha.

USHA said...

Nice presentation...handy podi..when we are lazy or run out of sidedish..perfect for Idly,dosai.adai.

I too do it same way as my mom's,but instead of Peanut we add roasted bengal gram(pottu kadhal-chutney one)

Thanks for shairng.

Babli said...

Nice to visit your blog. Podi looks lovely, yummy and tempting. I love with idly and dosa. Thanks for your recipe. Wonderful presentation.
You are welcome in my blogs.

Deeksha said...

perfect! love it! thanks for sharing dear! I have bookmarked it.

saffronstreaks said...

pics are so vibrant and colorful and podi looks so lovely

Rachu said...

peanut addition sounds great.. i never tried with peanuts and it had an amazing color too..
ur mom will be proud of you.
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julie said...

There are some wonderful awards waiting for you at my space,dear!! Please come and collect them :-)

G.Pavani said...

delicious podi..bookmarked it..

Hari Chandana said...

Wowwwwww.. looks really good and perfect.. wonderful clicks too.. thanks for sharing dear !!
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Sneha Benny said...

First time visitor in your blog. Loved the color of the podi.Nice clicks.

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