Mushroom Masala Idiyappam

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I am back..Sorry gals for not actively involved in blogging...I went to a new company ..new project...Its hard for me to allocate timming..but soon will catch up with you all..So I came here with the an unique recepie..Mushroom idiyappam(thin rice noodles/string hoppers).This is more like an mushroom rice I have used idiyappam instead..Mushroom is my favorite I sometimes feel it taste like a mutton..Sometimes I just boiled it and eat ..My favorite flavor in idiyappam is just tadka with mustard,urad dhal,'uruka millagai'(pickled chillies)...it will taste awesome..
In summer my mom will prepare this along with vadams..I love summer in India.my favorite items in summer are tender green mango and these vadams..I just love the tender magoes soaked in salt water..okay I started drooling by writing this itself...Letz get back to our mushroom idiyappam..

You need

Idiyappam/sevai dried-1/2 pack
onion-1 big(finely chpped)
tomato-2 medium(finely chopped)
green chillies-3-4(finely chopped)
chilli powder-1 tsp
turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
garam masala powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves
Mushroom-1 pkg
Salt-to taste

For Tempering

oil-2 tbsp
cinnamon-1 stick
Fennel seeds-1/2 tsp
anistar-2
Elachi-2


Method

Cooked the Idiyappam/sevai according to the package direction.

In a kadai add the oil and add the items for tempering and add onion fry until it is nicely golden brown add the tomato and fry it very well to make it like a paste.

Add all the powders and green chillies,mushrooms fry it for few mnts in a medium flame.

Add salt and add the idiyappam and close the lid for few mnts.Finally Garnish it with coriander leaves..

Viola...Enjoy!!

21 comments:

  1. Nice one....i usually make with non-veg....

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  2. Nice idea. Looks so tempting and yummy.

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  3. Priyameena,this is called torture..Ooh..how yummy that will be..so so tempting there..slurp !!

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  4. hehe,,cool idea meena.I love the simple idiyappam anytime.

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  5. nice recipe !!:)Looks too good !!

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  6. Wow this looks so good! Tempting!

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  7. i love the spicy idiyappam. Please pick your award from my blog

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  8. மதுரை?...I am just happy to see your blod!!

    Very nice!!!

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  9. nice recipe..looks yummy..it's really different dear....have an award for you please do collect it and participate in my new event.

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  10. idiyappam looks sooo yummy, nice click!

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  11. hey meena the idiyappam looks spiced up and yummy...:)

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  12. I love mushroom. I have n't tired with idiyappam , surely will try.Looks gorgeous and yum

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  13. will surely try this..have bookmarked:)thanks!!

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  14. mushroom idiyappam sounds delicious. I too love the way u described the summer menu of India:)

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  15. Hi Priya, First time here. Your blog is very nice and interesting. I love to try Madurai style food, was searching for it. Would be visiting frequently :)

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  16. I want to grab the idiyappan and have it from the picture it looks so tempting you can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments

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  17. The idiyappam in the picture looks very temptingI am sure it must be tasting fabulous you can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments

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  18. hi Priyameena. This is my first visit to ur blog. You are doing a good job.. This is a completely new kind of vermicelli to me with anisstar and fennel, would love to give this a try.Would alo love to see you visiting my small space and hear from u.

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