Health Benefits Of Idli’s – Idli Therapy

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  1. They are light and doesn’t make you feel lethargic. Moreover, idlis are made with rice, so it is difficult to digest this staple south-Indian dish.
  2. Idlis are gluten-free because they are not made with wheat. So, if you are gluten to wheat, you can have idlis over rotis or paranthas for breakfast.
  3. Idli is nutritious as it is a rich source of carbohydrates, fibres and proteins.
  4. As idlis are fermented, it becomes more protein and vitamin rich. When fermented, the bio availability of proteins and vitamins B content in the food increases.
  5. If rice makes you fat, you can make idlis with whole wheat. Whole wheat idlis aid easy weight loss, are digestible and good for diabetics.
  6. Rice can increase the blood sugar levels so, diabetics can have whole wheat idlis.

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Weight Loss with Idli’s…..Know How?

  1.   This south-Indian breakfast dish is effective in weight loss. Many people have lost weight after eating idlis for a month. Idli Street offers wide variety of idli’s like Rava idli, Raagi idli, fat free butter idli’s etc.

rava-idli-fb-creative-032.      Idli diet doesn’t mean having idlis 3 times a day. You can include this in your breakfast and as an evening snack. Come and enjoy morning specials and evening specials at Idli Street to rejuvenate your soul.

3.     Idlis help in weight loss as they are steamed. Steamed food doesn’t have fat and calories that can increase your weight.

4.     Idlis should be cooked in healthy method to enjoy its weight loss benefits. Idlis are made with urad dal and rice. Thus, this south-Indian dish is easy to digest and healthy. At Idli Street our expert chef team follows the authentic and traditional recipes in the process of making delicious idlis.

5.     They digest and flush out easily. Idlis if made only with rice batter can be little heavy on the stomach. Rice is one of the causes of weight gain.

6.     Moreover, just having urad dal and rice will not compensate for the other nutritional supplements that are required on a regular basis. Add some green vegetables and Indian spices to make idlis tasty and more nutritious. Give a try of idli street’s signature idli’s and stay healthy and fit.

7.     If you steam idli and have it with citrus juice (like grape, orange or lemon juice), you can burn fats and also prevent carbs of rice from depositing in the body.

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Why do South Indians add tempering on food they prepare !! ( Tadka / Talimpu / Chaunk.)

Why Tadka / Talimpu / Chaunk?

The science behind tadka is that the aromatic compounds in spices dissolve much better in oil than in water, thus frying in ghee enhances the fragrance because of the high temperature, and also extracts the flavour to the oil, whence it can be dispersed through the food efficiently. The tadka method is a good way to deliver the spice flavour, as oil is a good transporter for them, plus putting on the lid traps the fragrant aromas so they can infuse the dish.

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Although the basic concept of tempering is the same all over India, each region, every family, and every dish, has its own distinctive set of spices that are used, and its method of tempering, and of course each family claims that theirs is the best way to temper food! And of course, it is.

Tadka – South Indian Spice Tempering

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In South Indian Cuisine, savoury dishes are flavoured with a tadka at the beginning or end of cooking. A tadka is a mixture of spices sauteed in ghee or coconut oil. Tadkas are also applied to green vegetables and cooked rice as well, and the most popular spices here for tadkas are black mustard seed and curry leaves. Small amounts of Urad dal and channa dal are sometimes used in tadkas as additional flavouring and textural agents.

How to Make a Tadka?

When a tadka is called for, the recipe will generally indicate the spices that will be used. Begin by heating the ghee or coconut oil, and add the black mustard seeds. Allow them some time to pop. This changes their character from mustardy, to a nutty, musky flavour. then add the spices and other ingredients in the order given in your recipe, allowing a moment or two between each addition.

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Finally the curry leaves (if used) are added. These will splutter as they hits the hot oil, so be prepared.

If the tadka is being made at the beginning of the recipe, the main ingredients of the dish are now added to the tadka and cooking continues.

However if the tadka is being made as the final component of the dish, it is now poured over your dish, ghee and all, and mixed in.

 

The tadka gives the signature taste to your Indian dishes.

 

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South Indian Food – Just For a Change, Try out idli’s street’s mouth melting delicacies…….

If you got bored of having the rounded idli’s……

Why don’t you try it out in a different way to fight against hunger?

 

Idli’s – Just For a Change

Idli Street serves you wide variety of idli recipes named

 

Button idli’s – idli’s with button shape.

For idli lovers Idli Street serves idli’s in button shape. A slightly small button shaped idli’s just for change attracts your attention and will definitely become a favorite food for kids.

You can also try our button idli’s with Ghee, butter, gun powders with all regular accompaniments.

Triangular and square idli’s – idli’s presented in a different way

To kill the boredom of rounded idli’s idli street serves you idli’s in triangular shape and square shaped idli’s

Ragi Idli’s – Go healthy idli’s

if you are on a diet / diet conscious ? We have a diet plan for you. Try our Ragi idli’s, a healthy and balanced diet

Ghee and butter idli’s – for a change

You can have more when ghee and butter is topped on piping hot idli’s which are served with your favourite gunpowder and yummilicious chutney’s, south Indian popular sambar. No words to explain the satisfaction you derive from it.

Tawa Fried idli’s: just for a change

Have you ever tried idli’s fried on tawa with butter and special gun powders. Served with your favourite chutney’s. Just for a change give a try, I bet you will not stop with two.

Masala Fried idli’s: have idli’s with a spice, just for a change

You can also try masala fried idli’s to pep up your hunger with southern spices. I bet you will be fond of this

Idli sizzlers: sizzling hot fusion idli’s to give you mesmerising taste.

You might have heard about Indian Chinese food, come and try our south Indian fusion spread at idli street- just for a change.

Milgaipodi idli’s:  idli’s topped with spicy gunpowder up on ghee

If you love to try spicy idli’s? Try our Milgai podi idli’s, a superb delicacy you will feel like having more.

Have you ever tried idli’s with non-vegetarian accompaniment? You missed the Real taste of love with food….

 Idli with chicken curry – also known as idli koli saar.

If you are a non-vegetarian lover, you will definitely love to have idli with chicken curry. Try our idli’s with non-vegetarian spread and feel heavenly;

Idli with chicken sambar: no words to explain, you have to give a try

Bored of having idli sambar, try our idli’s with chicken sambar. Mouth melting and mind blowing savory. Definitely you will fix your appointment in weekends or as and when you get a free hunger time for sure.

 

Also try our signature idli’s like ..

Idli with Natu kodi Pulusu. Idli with mutton curry, Palak idli’s, Rava idli’s, Masala idli’s, chilli idli’s, idli Manchurian, and of course your regular idli’s   ….

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