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Masala Utappam with left over Idli batter & Award time :)

Utappam!!!!!
 I love having it for my breakfast /luch/dinner. This is made by different people in different ways. I though when can make masala dosa, why can't we make masala utappam? and now my experiment yielded fruitful results and my masala utappam is ready.
masala utappam


Ingredients:
Left over IDLI batter ( Click Here for IDLI recipe)
Potatos boiled and pealed and sliced-2cups
Onions chopped-1cup green peas-1cup
green chilis /pepper- chopped-2ts
Salt to taste
Cumin seeds few
Mustard seeds few
turmeric -1/8ts
utappam

Method:
For masala Curry:

  • Take a skillet and heat 2ts of oil in it and add cumin + mustard seeds and wait until they crackle.
  • Now add onions, green peas and green chili and saute until the onions turn transparent.
  • Add turmeric and saute for 1min under medium flame.
  • Add potato and mix well, finnay add cilantro (it's optional).

Masala Utappam:

  • Take the left over Idli batter and add water if required, the consistency of the batter should be very soft.
  • Check for salt.
  • Now heat pan and scoop out one big spoon full of batter and pour it on a pan and spread the barre thin, just like you spread dosa.
  • Add oil on the sides of utappam.
  • Now scoop out some potato curry and add on the top of the utappam.
  • cook under medium fame till the bottom of the utappam attains golden brown and turn it on the another side. Cook this side for about 1min.
  • Now the utappam is ready to serve with sambar and coconut chutney.
masala utappam


ThnQ sunanda for your lovely appreciation :), i adore your blog..bcoz it's full of beautiful pics and neat presentation...i really thnk you with great respect for passing these awards to me...

Comments

  1. I love uttapam of all south indian breakfast/lunch items. My favorite :)

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  2. its soooo Temptingggggggggg
    Saranya
    http://www.foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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