Pudina Idli Recipe - Mint Flavoured Idli

Pudina Idli Recipe is a rather delicious idli variation, that can be put together in an absolutely jiffy. Great way to add flavour to the classic idli. Serve it for a weekday breakfast along with chutney.

Archana's Kitchen
Pudina Idli Recipe - Mint Flavoured Idli
853 ratings.

Pudina Idli Recipe is a lovely flavour idli recipe. Idli batter is flavoured with the popular green chutney made with coriander and mint leaves. The chutney lends great fresh flavours to the idli. 

Freshly made batter that is well fermented, along with the lush green chutney will leave your tastebuds absolutely satisfied. 

Serve Pudina Idli Recipe along with Medu Vada RecipeSouth Indian Coconut Chutney Recipe With Coconut Water,  Pandu Mirapakaya Pachadi - Andhra Red Chilli Chutney Recipe and wash down this flavorful breakfast with Kumbakonam Filter Coffee Recipe

If you like this recipe, you can also try our other Pudina Recipes such as:

  1. Pudina Buttermilk Recipe
  2. Pudina Rasam Recipe - Mint Leaves Rasam
  3. Pudina Tambuli Recipe

Course: South Indian Breakfast
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

10 M

Cooks in

20 M

Total in

30 M

Makes:

6 Servings

How to make Pudina Idli Recipe - Mint Flavoured Idli

  1. To begin making the Pudina Idli Recipe, our two main elements need to be kept ready. 

  2. Firstly, the idli batter. you can use the store bought batter, besides there's nothing better than using homemade idli batter. 

  3. Follow this Homemade Idli Dosa Batter Recipe to make the idli batter at home. 

  4. Secondly for the freshly made green chutney follow this recipe - Green Chutney Recipe - Coriander Mint Chutney Recipe

  5. Getting ahead to make the Pudina Idli, in a mixing bowl, combine the idli batter along with the green chutney vigorously, until the entire batter looks completely green in colour. 

  6. Preheat an idli steamer with water, grease the idli plates generously with oil or ghee. 

  7. Pour a ladle full of batter into each of the cavities, place the plates in the steamer and steam for 10-12 minutes. 

  8. Insert a greased knife after 12 minutes to check if the idlis are steamed. If the knife comes out clean, turn off the flame and remove the idli plates from the steamer. 

  9. Now wait for a couple of minutes, before you demould them.

  10. Drizzle with some ghee and serve piping hot. 

  11. Serve Pudina Idli Recipe along with Medu Vada RecipeSouth Indian Coconut Chutney Recipe With Coconut Water,  Pandu Mirapakaya Pachadi - Andhra Red Chilli Chutney Recipe and wash down this flavorful breakfast with Kumbakonam Filter Coffee Recipe.

Archana's Kitchen

View Archana's Kitchen's Recipes

Archana's Kitchen on the web

Last Modified On Thursday, 16 May 2019 14:48
     
Install App