Idli Manchurian

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Idli Manchurian
Idli Manchuran

This part 2 of the leftover idli saga :) So those of you who read my post on Idli Bajjis, I saved some of those Idli Bajjis and made an Indian- Chinese dish out of it – Please do try – I assure you that you will LOVE it.

I added 1 tbsp each of  Spricy Szechwan stir-fry sauce and Asian hot sauce;
2tbsp each of garlic chives and spring onions
3 spicy red chilies
1 tsp of sesame oil

idli manchurian
idli manchurian

Prepare
Saute the above ingredients (except the sauces) in hot oil and add the idli bajjis and stir.
Add the sauces last and mix it in well –
Hear the sizzle of the sauces evaporating  – its time to switch off the stove. Serve piping hot :)

Idli Manchurian

There you have it – the new and exotic avatars of a rather seeda sada and chammathu idlis :)

Idli Manchurian
Skills

Posted on

December 3, 2011

29 Comments

  1. naakula thanni oorudhu- this is my kinda twist to idlis !

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  2. YUM!! YUM!! mouthwatering idlis!!

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  3. sleep well and hope the car matters sorted out

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  4. something very new and a twist and very innovative.

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  5. Yummy twist to idlis!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  6. A wonderful twist to the regular idlis..Had tried this one out once when there were too many idlis leftover which happens very rarely.

    Do link it to my event Priya.

    Herbs & Flowers: Spring Onions

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  7. Looks like a great dish. I love the Asian flavors you have here. :)

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  8. Mouthwatering recipe, this looks so good.

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  9. That's an all time lovable fusion…I'm sure kids would fall for it and mumma is gonna be happy to serve them this healthy Chinese Idli Manchurian.

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  10. Omg, watelse we need, super inviting manchurian..

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  11. Yummy , I always just add masala and fry my leftover idles ,now I am gonna make this way , it looks delish *slurp*

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  12. My all time favourite.. Yummy dish… Loved it :)
    Reva

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  13. Mouthwatering recipe, this looks so good.

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  14. very delicious

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  15. Thats a cool post dear. Will surely try it out :)

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  16. Just made a version of this.Got to try your version next time as it looks so good.

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  17. never thought u would make a manchurian out of idlis…what an idea Priya, yummylicious.. :)

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  18. Wow Priya – you took something which already looked amazing and turned it into something which looked even more amazing? 😀 That's some good stuff right there 😉

    FiveEuroFood.com

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  19. This is called double innovation..pehle idli pakoda and then uska chinese version..superb!!

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