Idli Upma / Upma With Leftover Idlis



Idli Upma  / Upma  With  Leftover  Idlis

Ingredients
  • 5-6 idlis, shredded
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1/2 tsp ginger,grated
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 whole dry red chilli
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tsp urad daal
  • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 1 tsp sambar powder
  • curry leaves, few
  • coriander leaves, to garnish
  • lemon juice, few drops
Directions
Heat 1 tbs oil in a pan, splutter mustard seeds, cumin seeds, red chilli, urad daal and curry leaves. Saute onion well for few minutes along with turmeric ,salt,ginger,and sambar powder. To this add shredded idlis and mix till coated well with masala. Sprinkle few lemon drops over the upma and garnish with fresh coriander leaves.

Comments

  1. Dear Vrinda, AS I'm drinking my tea I see Your post for Idli Upma. It looks delish and beautiful Click as always. Yummy way to use leftover Idlis. Send me some. Did u receive my email. We live in the first development on Township Line rd. Just behind the Big Kmart.

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  2. That's a lovely bf my dear..looks very homely and comforting..my mind is drifting to India while visual wanting to have a bite from the platter:)

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  3. vrindakutty!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    adipoli...i love this.. i make a lil dffrnt version...
    i have some left overs , i m gonna make it

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  4. Lovely upma....I love this. Nice click.

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  5. Vrinda, I love this...In fact I like this more than idli..:-)

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  6. beautiful click vrinda.... nice way to use it up

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  7. Oh! This looks and sounds so delicious! What a great idea to use leftovers! Thanks for sharing such a great simple recipe, I love it:)

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  8. Njan ethu vare ethu try cheythittilla..eniyipo recipe kittiyillo..will try soooooooon.looks so declicious..aa plate super aayitto.

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  9. Nice upm and lovely click Vrinda.

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  10. I have eaten this once at my friends home.
    Yours look perfect. Good one.

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  11. Never saw and had this dish....looks great!

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  12. My family's all time favorite. Whenever i prepare this vanishes in a min. Looks so perfect da, great click!

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  13. This is common even in our house,bright idea to make use of left over idlis.

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  14. oh this is very cool, wish I made idly more but man its work lol

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  15. Dear Vrinda- Could you please send me ur no at dolrama@yahoo.com. I'll call you. There seems to be some glitch at my end in sending you an email.

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  16. Looks very colorful and tempting...

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  17. I do this upma often, my fav dish..

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  18. This looks great, would love to try it!

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  19. Lovely one looks very flavorful.

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  20. I always make extra idlies to make this upma. sounds yummy!

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  21. ee idili upma ente fav. aanu..amma undakarundu..kandittu kothi varunnu..yummyy

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  22. i love this more than the plain idlis...looks delicious..

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  23. Nice click Vrinda...I love idli upma as an evening snack :)

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  24. Hey Vrinda,
    This is my quick snack attack....loved ur recipe...i usually temper leftover idlis wit malgapodi n grated coconut...will try ur variation. So many things one can come up wit food, wit every house being diff...simply love it.
    Thx for stopping by my blog...yes i am trained in commercial cooking and also in patisserie, here fm Melbourne... n u bet we both share our interests in creative cooking.
    Cheers.

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  25. Looks tempting. I too make this way but with slight variations. It is an instant hit always.

    Chitchat

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  26. Best way to use left over idli...even i do it at times and urs look delicious too

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  27. This is looking more yummy than my Mom maks for me sometimes ! I Would ask her to check the recipe with yours..Great

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  28. Kothipikaruthennu paranjal kekathilalle...iyo vishakunne....Kandittu thanne kappalodikkan paruvam ayi.....

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  29. I didnot know you could make this..Wow!!Looks awesome!

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  30. wow.yummy upma dear..........we too do this but with little variation.......

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  31. Simple comfort food, looks inviting! Loved your pictures too....

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  32. Vrinda, everything you make looks so beautiful and delicious. I would like to try a sample of this one for sure.

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  33. This is my parent's very favorite! Nice click and the dish is marvelous!

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  34. I love idli upma more than idlis themselves. I make it slightly differently, but your style sure does look inviting :-)

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