Idiyappam also called as “string hoppers” is a delicious steamed breakfast commonly made in Kerala. My mom makes a similar more laborious recipe called sevai. She makes it by soaking rice, grinding them to thin batter, steaming them, and squeezing them through sevai machine called sevai nazhi. It’s a fun process and my entire family will be involved in making them. I love to eat them not so much in making them. As a compromise, Want to know more about this recipe?
Kozhukattai is something that not many people hear of. Dumplings….not really. Gulab Jamun…..ehh. Upma…..not even close. Nothing can be compared to the art that is Kozhukattai. Every time someone even mentions the name it brings back memories of when I was a kid, eager to help out with making them. It wasn’t just the taste that was good, but the effort in making them was even better. It used to be a whole family ordeal. Want to know more about this recipe?
My first post for this year and I’m pushing myself to consistently blog at least few days in a month. My best option was to join Blogging Marathon group who are a set of bloggers or more friends who encourage me to not lose touch with my love for cooking and blogging. Today’s recipe is Kancheepuram Idli and below is my daughter’s view on this dish An idli. What’s an Idli? A staple food. Want to know more about this recipe?