How to make it

  • This works best when u have idlis leftover, maybe from the mornings breakfast even.
  • Also, all the ingredients are just thrown in, hence i have not given any measures as such.
  • Everything is added to taste
  • Chop idlis into bite size pieces
  • Bake these for about 5 mins at 180 degrees C OR
  • Shallow fry and keep aside on a paper towel to drain
  • In a saucepan take some olive oil/regular oil
  • Once the oil is hot, to this add freshly chopped ginger and freshly chopped garlic
  • Fry until tranparent
  • To this add finely chopped chillies and green onions with the greens and stir for a couple minutes
  • In a bowl, Mix one small cup of tomato ketchup + green chilli sauce (to taste) + red chilli sauce (to taste)+soy sauce+sugar
  • Add this mix to the saucepan and stir for a few mins
  • To this add some chilli vinegar + cornflour mixed in warm water (no lumps) which we have kept ready
  • Add warm water (if required) if the mix starts to thicken too much
  • Stir in the idlis as the mix starts to thicken a little
  • Dish Up and enjoy.
  • Can be enjoyed as a snack, a meal for one or just a new way to have the old idlis
  • Hope you all enjoy it
  • The pics are for reference purpose. The color will vary according to how much chilli you add or dont add
  • Also if you like it drier then reduce the amount of cornflour by half and make the paste accordingly, for less gravy
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Yummy, sounds hot!
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    " It was excellent "
    chefmeow ate it and said...
    This looks and sounds fantastic. Wish I had a bowl in front of me now. Great post, you got my 5.
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