Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Idiyappam / Stringhopper

Rice Flour - 2 cups
Water-11/4cup ***
Coconut oil-1 teaspoon
Sugar-2 teaspoons

Boil the water in a pan, once the water started bubbling, add sugar-salt and coconut oil, switch off the flame after a minute.

Take rice flour in a pan, add the water and mix it with a spoon. Close the pan and keep it aside(for 10-15minutes).

Knead the rice flour like chappathi dough,(after it cools down) put it into the idiyappam press/murukku press.

Press the idiyappam on greased idli plates/idiyappam molds, steam cook for 10 minutes.

Hot and steamy idiyappam is ready! you can serve it with coconut chutney- vegetable kurma- or sweet coconut milk. I made it as tomato sevai.

***add the water carefully, after adding a cup.


  1. My fav breakfast...delicious dear...

  2. Idiyappam looks delicious !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

  3. idiyappam is looks so all time fav...

  4. Looks so soft and perfectly done.Is that a idiappam stand?

  5. such a delicious and tempting recipe.. looks yumm :)
    Indian Cuisine

  6. simply superb,instead adding coconut oil you can add ghee also.

  7. Delicious tiffin mahi,first time here.Ur blog is having a wonderful collection of recipes with ur lovely clicks.Happy to follow ur yummy blog.Hav some time in my space n join ur hands with me.

  8. Just love with sugar and coconut milk,my fav..

  9. hy Mahi,
    first time your space..
    very interesting posts with nice presentation..
    idiappam sounds super soft n yummmmmm..
    Am your happy follower now.;)
    do stop by mine sometime..
    Tasty Appetite

  10. These rice flour noodles look delicious, super good!

  11. i am hearing it first time. it looks like noodles. wanna try once


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