- How do you fix sticky idli?
- Why are my idlis hard?
- How long do idlis take to cook?
- What to do if idli batter is over fermented?
- Can we freeze idlis?
- How many hours should idli batter ferment?
- How can I keep idli soft for long time?
- What to do if idli batter is not fermented?
- Can we add baking soda in idli batter?
- Why Rava idli is so hard?
- Can I eat idli everyday?
- Which idli maker is best?
How do you fix sticky idli?
If the dhall doesn’t foam up and expand properly, it won’t rise, resulting in heavy idlis and sticky dosas.
Use ice cold water for grinding Dhall.
It will reduce the internal heat, results in fluffier batter.
1/4 cup of beaten rice I.e, Aval can also be added in rice for softer idlis..
Why are my idlis hard?
The first reason could be that you are overcooking/over steaming the idlis. The time in a regular idli steamer is about 10-12 minutes with a little resting time after cooking. The electric stove/cooker might take couple of minutes longer, but should be done within 15 minutes.
How long do idlis take to cook?
Add 1/2 cup of water in the idli steamer and let it boil. Put the idli stand inside and close the lid. Let the steam build for 8-10 minutes before switching off the gas. If you are using a cooker, use it without a vent and steam it for 10 minutes and then switch the gas off.
What to do if idli batter is over fermented?
There will a layer of batter and water when it is too fermented..just carefully remove that water and the layer. now add a 2 glasses of drinking water mix, and allow it to rest. after a hour or something you can again see the water on the top..slowly remove that water..and then check..
Can we freeze idlis?
Idlis freeze beautifully. Popping them in the microwave results in soft idlis that are as good as new. Curries containing beans and with a tomato-onion base freeze well, like chana masala (chhole) and rajma.
How many hours should idli batter ferment?
12-14 hoursThe time will depend on where you live. Here it takes around 12-14 hours for the batter to ferment. If not using an Instant Pot, cover the container and place in an oven with lights on (especially if you live in a cold place). If you live in a very warm place, then simply keep the batter on the counter to ferment.
How can I keep idli soft for long time?
for keeping chappathis warm. wrap them in a paper towel and then in a alluminium foil and keep in a air tight container. it remains warm and fresh for hrs.. don’t heat in a microwave. you can microwave the idlies, trik is to put them in a freezer bag and heat for three minutes.
What to do if idli batter is not fermented?
Not enough Salt At times when the amount of salt is not enough (for the amount of batter), then it could lead to absence of fermentation. My mother eye balls it but mentioned that you would need about 3/4 to 1 tsp salt for every 1 cup of dry ingredients (rice + dal). You might have to add more/adjust as per your taste.
Can we add baking soda in idli batter?
Add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. of baking soda (or baking powder) while you mix the batter before fermenting.
Why Rava idli is so hard?
Curd and soda or eno are the 2 ingredients that make the rava idli fluffy and soft. Any changes in the usage of these ingredients will affect the texture of rava idli and they will turn hard & dense.
Can I eat idli everyday?
Yes you heard us, in addition to being so delectable, idli is in fact one of the most healthiest Indian snacks which can even help in shedding a pound or two. We tell you how it also makes for one of the best foods to lose weight. Make sure you add idlis to your daily diet and enjoy them with healthy accompaniments.
Which idli maker is best?
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