If you have left over idli batter try out these waffles.. a nice way of making a variation dish instead of repeating the same snack. You can add diced or grated vegetables of your choice or even cooked chicken pieces, ham, cheese etc etc. Add chillies if you like. Your tasty fusion snack is ready.
Idli batter ..... 3-4 cups
Onions ........ 2 tbsps (finely chopped)
Coriander leaves .. 2 tbsps (finely chopped)
Carrot .................. 2 tbsps (finely chopped)
Capsicum ........... 2 tbsps (finely chopped)
Tomato .............. 2 tbsps (discard the seeds and cut into small pieces)
Oil ................. to grease the waffle maker
Take the idli batter in a bowl. Add all the diced vegetables.
Mix it well.
Brush oil on the waffle moulds. Spoon sufficient batter on it.
When done remove the idli waffles.
Delicious idli waffles are ready to be served.
See the recipe video
What a delightful recipe, using idli batter to make waffles. A perfect brunch idea.ReplyDelete
Thank you dear Mayuri.Delete
Awesome - I never think of making savoury waffles!!ReplyDelete
Do give them a try for a change Heidi..Delete
wow interesting.Does it taste like oottappam.ReplyDelete
Yes It has the same flavours..Delete
Wow! Love the idea wish I had this recipe yesterday when I wanted to finish my batter. Next time.ReplyDelete
You can always make them specially too. Kids will love them for a change.Delete
woahh!! have tried waffles, but pretty sure not these..not seen in any cafe menu eitherReplyDelete
Yes Disha, you are right, these are my innovation.Do try them out.Delete