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PEA FLOUR PODI IDIYAPPAM

 

Recently I got a packet of Pea Flour from Dhatu Organics to try out. As I was wondering what to do with this amazing product, I realised I had no vegetables but only carrots in hand. An instant brain strom gave birth to this delicious recipe and I made soft and fluffy sevai or idiyappam flavoured with Idli Molaga Podi. The recipe was an innovative one and so tasty for our evening snack. As it turned out I made some more for dinner as well as it was liked by all at homePea flour has a number of health benefits.  They are low in fat but high on fiber and anti-oxidants. It reuces glycemic index as well. This one was an organic sprouted green pea flour which was nicely powdered and the texture of the idiyappam was soft and fluffy. You can make any variety of  sevai using this flour, but this one was spicy and tasted really good.

Dhatu Organics is based in Mysore and they have various range of products including millets, spices and sorghum rava. Also they have evaporated cane sugar, buck wheat flour and essential oils. You can order any product on line and the packings are properly sealed and safely delivered at your doorstep preserving freshness. They also have a store and restaurant to meet up the needs of everyone caring about their health. They also conduct Organic Terrace Gardening, Millet and Ayurvedic Cooking Classes,Medicinal Plants Workshops ,Ashtanga and Hatha yoga classes and Ayurveda and Siddha clinic. Their mission is to to promote sustainable eco-exploration and holistic wellness through our products and services. The packets come in see through plastic covers which ensure quality and hygiene. The recipe turned out to be a totally delightful and I think using this flour you can try Khaman Dokkla as well.


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PEA FLOUR PODI IDIYAPPAM
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
persons
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Take out dhatu green pea flour.
  2. Boil water.
  3. In a vessel add pea flour and boiling water.
  4. Adding some salt and oil mix well.
  5. Dough is ready.
  6. Take an oma pudi press and smear some oil on the sides.
  7. Place a ball of dough on the press.
  8. Squeeze the dough on a plate and steam it.
  9. Once steamed allow it to cool.
  10. In a pan add oil and mustard followed by red chilli, urad and channa dals.Also add curry leaves.
  11. Add grated carrot.
  12. Adding salt, fry a bit.
  13. Add steamed idiyappam.
  14. Add idli molaga podi.
  15. Mix well.
  16. Serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

You can add a variety of vegetables for colour.

Adding peanuts also adds to the taste.

You can add cashewnuts also.

You can make raita to go along with it.

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