Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Sago/Javarisi Idly(Re-post)

              Javarisi idly,the name itself sound interesting .Even i was also interested to learn the recipe and even  was surprised to hear about this recipe from my aunt.When i tried for the first time itself idly came out very well and was too soft.The preparation is just like the rava idly but the ingredients are little bit different.
              This dish is mainly prepared in Tamil Nadu.

(Adjust with the lightning of the pics as i prepared this for dinner)

Ingredients :

Broken rice/arisi noi 1 cup
Sago/javarisi 1/2 cup
Curd 2 cups
Water 1/2-3/4 cup
Baking soda 1/4 tsp
Carrot(grated) 1 small size
Salt req

Seasoning :

Oil 2 1/4 tbsp
Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
Channa dal 1 tsp
Urad dal 1/2 tsp
Green chillies 1-2(finely chopped)
Coriander leaves 1/2 tbsp(finely chopped)
Curry leaves few

Method :

1.Soak broken rice and sago in curd for around 8 hrs/overnight.In between (after 4 hrs) mix the soaked rice and sago to see whether it has become thick.If it has become thick add 1/2 cup of water n keep aside.Rest of water keep it in reserve.

2.Season all the items given under the seasoning column and add to soaked batter.Then add the grated carrot,cooking soda and if required add the water.The batter should be little bit liquid than rava idly consistency.

3.Now mix the batter well after seasoning and adding the carrot.Now check the consistency of the batter.

4.Now pour the batter in the idly plate and steam cook for around 12mins(to check idly is done reduce the fire to sim and insert a knife and see whether the batter is sticking to knife.In that case keep for few more minutes).

5.Now serve with hot with tomato chutney.Can also serve with onion chutney.

I clicked this pick when my hubby was having the dinner that too without his knowledge. Hahahaha

Notes :

1.Dont reduce the quantity of oil ,coz if we reduce the oil the sago will stick together.

2.Again im repeating the batter should be little bit runny than rava idly,as less water will lead the idly to be hard.

3.Should check the batter after soaking for 4 hrs and incase if it becomes thick should add water.Incase if we dont add water at proper time idly will become dry.

4.I used nylon sago for this recipe.

Sending this to Radhika's Lets cook Scrumptious Breakfast.

Sending this to Kirthi's Serve it Steamed series.

Sending this to Vatsala's friday potluck series.

Sending this to Ammu's my Favorite Dish

Sending this to Pari's South Indian Cuisine.


sangee vijay said...

sago idly sounds interesting...looks soft n inviting...great job!!

Santosh Bangar said...

new and nice combo of idly .sounds tasty.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow thats amazing recipe,luks so soft and delicious...can i get some:)

ANU said...

very nice idli...never heard of idli with sago....very new and interesting!

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Now Serving said...

i must try this - looks very yummy!

Yuvana's Favourites said...

idli looks nice and inviting. bookmarked

Radhika said...

thanks for the entry Sabdha.

Sudha Sabarish said...

Thanks for all ur nice comments.
@prema:surely ur always welcome.

Priti said...

Wow ..I never thought of this ...looks so yum ...nice idea

Kaveri said...

That's an interesting recipe...never thought we could make idlis out of sago

Prathima Rao said...

Idli looks so soft & mouthwatering!!!! Must try it out soon for breakfast...This one`s a keeper for sure :)
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Krithi's Kitchen said...

Loving this very much!! you could send this to Serve It - Steamed event happening at our space..
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soujanya said...

Love it!very new...thanks for sharing..

Neha said...

Lovely post...Idlies are perfect for a wonderful breakfast....

aipi said...

I could gobble at least 4 in one go:) Lovely they look!

Vandana Rajesh said...

Nice recipe indeed, the idlis look very nice and fluffy.

Vardhini said...

This is new one using sago. Looks yummy.


Kalyani's Platter said...

looks delicious and yummy !!!!!! happy to follow u .......

Chitra said...

Never heard of this, i add sago while making khusbhu idly for softness .. hope this must be very soft :)

Uma said...

Sago idly sounds interesting and nice idea for making with idlies.


Hyma said...

first time on ur space..saw ur entry in served it steamed it and checked it out! am deftly trying this for breakfast tomorrow...its so tempting! jus one question...the arisi noi has to be of idli rice or raw rice...might be silly but thght i might as well check...:-) do visit my space at http://flavours-and-me.blogspot.com/

Sudha Sabarish said...

@Hyma:Your question is dfntly not silly.even i was hvng d doubt whether its raw rice r boiled rice.My mom told its RAW RICE.


Wow,nice idea, it would be very very soft,that last pic teases a lot :)

Vatsala. said...

Idli looks super soft. first time seeing a recpe with these ingredients.

Ammu's said...

Idli looks soft & delicious..thanks for sending to my event:)

Umm Mymoonah said...

Must be really soft and fluffy, love this version of Idly.

Prathibha said...

very soft idly,we too make this..looks delicious..:)

Sobha Shyam said...

these idlis are new to me, they look so soft and delicious..great recipe..

SouthIndianHome said...

Healthy and delicious recipe

Jay said...

sounds interesting n very healthy...must have tasted divine too..:P
Tasty Appetite

Now Serving said...

that looks absolutely delicious!!!!! bookmarked!

Kalyan said...

Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare and delicious!

SouthIndianHome said...

Delicious Idli.Looks perfect

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