Rava Idli Recipe: Super-Fast Alternative To Traditional Rice Idli

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Rava idli is a very popular breakfast recipe that is simple to prepare at home. Know the recipe for soft and spongy idlis that is not only tasty but also nutritious.It is an instant breakfast dish where there is no grinding, fermenting that is usually needed to prepare a rice idli.

Rava Idli Recipe: Super-Fast Alternative To Traditional Rice Idli

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it replenishes the supply of glucose in the body and provides other important essential nutrients to keep the energy levels up throughout the day.

Studies have stated that a good breakfast for kids can help in maintaining a healthy body weight and prevent mid-morning slump. But it is often seen that during a busy morning, kids often drink a glass of milk or just grab a fruit and start for their school. Children who skip the most important meal are unlikely to meet up their daily need for some minerals and vitamin and this results in poor body development.

Research have shown that eating breakfast can also improve the memory and help in higher concentration levels and it also makes kids happier and can improve mood. In children, it can improve attainment, behavior and has also been linked to improved grades. So, here in this article we will share with you rava idli recipe that is a perfect dish for all your family members.

Rava idli recipe is an instant breakfast dish where there is no grinding, fermenting that is usually needed to prepare a rice idli. So if you don’t have an idli batter ready in hand, then using rava to prepare soft and fluffy idli is a great idea. You can use fresh curd to prepare this. Let’s take a look into the recipe in details:

Take a cup of rava or sooji. Heat 2 tsp of oil in a pan and add the rava and roast it till a nice aroma is released and the color changes to light brown. Keep stirring continuously when roasting them as it may burn very easily.
Remove the roasted rava in a bowl and let it cool. In the same pan, heat 1 tsp of oil and fry the cashew nuts and remove it in the bowl containing the rava. In the same oil, add a tsp of mustard seeds, curry leaves, one tsp of chana dal and a pinch of asafoetida. Add this mixture to the roasted rava and also add curd with chopped green chili, ginger and salt. Add water according to the requirements and prepare a smooth batter that is not too thin or too thick.
Leave the batter aside for 20 to 30 minutes and allow the rava to absorb water. Check the consistency, if the batter is too thick, then add little water to get a medium consistency.
Heat water in a steamer or pressure cooker and grease the idli moulds. Add a pinch of fruit salt to the batter and mix well. Pour the batter in the moulds and place the stands in the cooker and steam it for 10 -12 minutes without putting the whistle on.
Check the idli using a tooth pick and it should come out clean. Allow it to cool a bit and remove the rava idlis from the mould and serve them with coconut chutney and sambar.

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