Oats & Bread Crumbs Idlis

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Oats & Bread Crumbs Idlis
Oats&BC idlis
This was the inspiration for the day – end result – 100% satisfaction
Served it with red pepper thogayal/chutney
Simple pleasures last longer folks!
OBC Idlis 2
Ingredients
1 cup instant oats
The crumbs of 6 toasted bread slices (about 1 and ½ cups)
¾ cup of sooji rava
2 cups of thick buttermilk
Salt
Grated carrots
1 serrano pepper (just for fun)
Crush cilantro
1 tsp of baking soda
Tempered with urad dal, mustard seeds, and a pinch of asafetidaPreparation
In a food processor blend the cold hard toast into a fine crumble
Add the instant oats and run them together once more
Pour into a deep bowl
Add the cream of wheat (sooji/ravai)
Salt
Gently stir in the buttermilk until all of the batter is one consistency and no dry flakes around
With a lemon zester, grate the Serrano pepper, crush cilantro and the carrots into bowl
Mix in
Temper in 1 tsp of oil the mustard, urad dal and asafetida until the mustard pops and the urad dal turns golden.
Add to the batter
Grease the Idli pans
Pour and steam for 10 mins
Allow them to cool before scooping the idlis
Serve hot with chutney/sambar of choice
In Pictures
Crumble the toast
Bread Crumbs
Add the oats and spin again
OBC IDLIS 3

Mix ingredients in buttermilk and add grated veggies
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Add the thadka
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Pour batter in the Idli mold
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Serve Hot :)
Oats & BC Idlis 1

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April 20, 2011

52 Comments

  1. I am famished just looking at those Idli. They look divine!

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  2. wow this is brilliant! will definitely try these :)

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  3. Innovative recipe…healthy and looks delicious…Loved the clicks too..

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  4. Wow wat a grt idea u had. Yummy idlis they really looks tempting.

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  5. very innovative recipe…brilliant idea n idly luks so inviting…very nice pictures n presentation…

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  6. wow! yet another idli with oats!! awesome..shall try this out too :)

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  7. Looks very inviting Priya..

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  8. using bread for idlis is amazing…its a good trick for kids who dont eat bread..will pass this recipe to a friend of mine whose kid doesnt eat bread but eats idlis! :)
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy
    Flavors

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  9. I am forming a habit of bookmarking most of your innovative recipes..beware of me !!!

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  10. Now, how did you even come up with the idea of mixing bread crumbs and oats and make IDLIS?? They look healthy and delicious. But I still can't figure out how did you get the idea of m……

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  11. love the instructions and this looks terrific!

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  12. Very healthy idlis and awesome…

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  13. Idlis look super soft and yum.

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  14. Wow..very innovative Idli there.And looks perfect..yum!

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  15. Cool. Very innovative Priya.

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  16. U r known for innovation dear.
    Such delicious and healthy idlis :)
    I liked the step by step method too.

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  17. Great healthy and quick idli recipe..

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  18. Very innovative idlies. They look so soft..

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  19. yummy idlis…very healthy too

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  20. very innovative and healthy idlis…

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  21. Brilliant idea Priya…another of your innovative recipe. And these are looking so soft and fluffy..kudos to you.

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  22. Love these instant kind of idlis…Superb presentation.

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  23. looks totally awesome Priya- sounds wonderful ! pass the plate

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  24. I'm amazed at how you come up with such wonderful ideas, bravo! Idlis are an all time favorite, will definitely try your version next time…:)

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  25. The idlies look perfect Priya!! These are so full of nutrients. Just perfect for breakfast :)

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  26. sounds interesting and new to me dear…
    idli looks healthy and delicious

    Thx. for sharing :)

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  27. Wow, Lovely combination. Never heard this before. Its healthy too.

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  28. very healthy :)

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  29. Wonderful idea of using bread and oats to make idly,very innovative and healthy :)

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  30. Super innovative Priya- idlis look gorgeous and not to mention super healthy too :)

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  31. Thats a brilliant idea, i'm bookmarking this one.

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  32. What do I say? The other have already said it all! Amazing idlis. A must make.
    However I want the red pepper thogayal/chutney recipe link please.

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  33. Wat a innovative recipe… The idlis look soft and great

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  34. Healthy idlis..what a great idea dear..the idlis look so soft :)

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  35. Interesting recipe and idli look perfect!

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  36. healthy! i am impressed that the idlis rose and look soft

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  37. Never thought of adding bread crumbs to Idlies, Priya. Really a medley of healthy ingredients.

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  38. very new to me Priya.. Idli's look super soft too

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  39. Very innovative idli recipe…I have tried out with oats & rava but adding bread crumbs?? I loved the idea!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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