Tips to Make the Softest Idlis

4th August, 2020
  • Leave the batter pouch in room temperature for few hours. You will notice the pouch puffing up, indicating the batter getting fermented.
  • Open the pouch, add salt and pour in Idli moulds.
  • Cook on medium flame for 12 to 15 minutes.
  • Allow it to remain out side for about 5 minutes and scoop it out.
  • Only a good fermented batter gives fluffy and spongy Idlis, which shows cracks on top when done.
Leave the batter pouch in room temperature for few hours. You will notice the pouch puffing up, indicating the batter getting fermented. Open the pouch, add salt and pour in Idli moulds. Cook on medium flame for 12 to 15 minutes. Allow it to remain out side for about 5 minutes and scoop it out. Only a good fermented batter gives fluffy and spongy Idlis, which shows cracks on top when done.
Fluffy Idlis