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VEGETABLE SAMOLINA CAKE ' VEGETABLE IDLI ' with hot and spicy garlic chutney

Hi, friends when I got up today morning I was amazed to see snow everywhere it was all white. We were so excited that I forgot to cook breakfast and Tiffin for my little darling. She planned an picnic with her friends at the golf course. At this time vegetable idli was the only option with me because it is very quick to make and healthy to eat, idli is a perfect snack either for morning breakfast, evening snacks or for picnics. 

Suji idli


1 cup suji / semolina
1 cup curd
vegetables of your choice(finally chopped) 3 to 4 tbsp
(you can take cauliflower,beans,carrot,cabbage, beetroot etc)
1 tbsp fruit salt  or 1 pouch eno powder

For chili garlic chutney :-
1 onion
2 tomatoes
2 red chilly whole
4-5 garlic
salt as per taste
4-5 kari patta/ curry leaves
1/2tsp mustared seeds
Oil for tempering
Method:-

Take suji in a bowl
combine all ingredients except eno powder
mix well
now put idli cooker on fire
pour 2cup water in it, grease idli stand lightly
mix eno in the mixture
beat well and pour 1tsp batter in each idli mold
steam at least for ten min
serve hot with chutney
for chutney:-
mix all the ingredients except mustared , kari patta and oil
grind well
now heat oil for tempering put rai and kari patta in it and pour over chutney

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