I live for weekend breakfasts 🍳 :
Every breakfast during the week is so rushed. No time to make a great meal, let alone enough time to eat it HOT! I make overnight oats & then cook up 2 eggs during the week. After my workout, driving to work, showering, I finally get to eat at my desk.
Weekend breakfast are where it’s at! Good jams, cup of coffee, and NOT eating at a desk😂 we’ve been making these Paleo pancakes with Pb & maple syrup, 2 eggs, and newly added to the addition is chicken sausage! :
I’m trying to get Wei to cook the sausages with a bit of syrup, but he says no. Who’s the Dietitian in this relationship!? 😂
My INSTANT IDLI RECIPE:
This is an original recipe..I just came up with it on a relaxed Sunday morning. Initial batch was a little dry in the centre and that got resolved when I added some sour cream. It is the best instant idli recipe. I loved every bite and was looking forward to the next!
2 cups rice flour
1 cup semolina/suji
2 cups water
4 tablespoon yogurt/ curd
2 tablespoon sour cream
1 teaspoon salt
Mix the ingredients and let them rest for 15-20 minutes, while you prepare their steam bath. Use a cooker, fill in with 3/4 inches of water. Put some stand/ extra base so the lowest layer of idli stand is away from water when steaming.
In a separate bowl, scoop out some mixture as per the wuantity required to fit in one batch of idli maker. Make sure the quantity is only half of the total volume required as we will put Baking Powder/ Eno Powder to help it rise quick.
Add 1 teaspoon of Eno powder/Baking powder in this mix and give one stir. Avoid mixing too much.
Grease the idli moulds and fill in the mould to 3/4 of its quantity.
Steam for 12 minutes with only lid on but give some space for steam to escape. (No whistle in cooker/ idli maker). Once cooked, take out the moulds and let them rest for 5 minutes.
Serve with Nariyal/Onion chutney. I added the chaunk of zeera, hing, raee and coriander/cilantro leaves, dry chillies.
Whole dry red chillies, coconut, garlic, ginger, salt, tamarind, roasted peanuts/ cashews. Mix in grinder with little water/ curd.
Thai green chillies, onion, tomato, garlic, ginger, salt, coriander/ cilantro. Fry in pan till vegetables are soft. Cool and mix in grinder.
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