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Friday, July 23, 2010

IDLI MILAGAI PODI RECIPE | SIDE DISH FOR IDLI|DOSA

Milagai Podi or Molaga Podi is an easy side dish for Idli or dosa.
In my mom’s place when we were kids,we never had idli/dosai without this milagai podi, even though my mom makes chutney or sambhar. That time my mom used to scold us for taking a lot of this podi ,but now the same is happening at my home. Being a mom ,i used to scold my daughter ,”eating too much of milagai podi everyday is not good for health”.
Idli milagai podi

Coming to the recipe:
INGREDIENTS:
CHANNA DAL 1/2 CUP
URAD DAL 1/2 CUP
REDCHILLI 20-25NOS.
SESAME SEEDS(WHITE ONE) 3TBLSP
OIL 1/2 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
ASAFOETIDA 1/4TSP
SUGAR(OPTIONAL) 1/2 TSP
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METHOD:
  • In a kadi add oil and saute the channa dal and urad dal seperately till golden brown.
  • Be careful, dont get it burnt.
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  • Allow it to cool.
  • Now saute the redchillies . Add salt to it.
  • Dry roast it for few minutes.
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  • Take it out. Add the sesame seeds.
  • U can use the black sesame seeds too.
  • Fry this till it starts crackle.
  • Add the asafoetida to this at he final stage.
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  • Allow everything to cool
  • If you are adding sugar add it in this stage.
  • Powder everything finely in a mixie.
  • If u like it coarse,u can go for it.

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  • Store it in a airtight container.
  • Enjoy with idli/dosai by adding sesame oil to it.
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40 comments:

  1. yummy one dear...i too say same words to my daughter who loves to take dosa because of this podi

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  2. I came here very fast to put my first comment but i missed,excellent milagai podi jeyashri...Luks perfect.

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  3. Thanks shamma,
    Prema thats also very quick.
    thanks a lot

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  4. Yummm!! my favourite..i cant eat dosais or idlies without milagai podi at all..

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  5. Romba nalla irukku. I will surely make this Jayashree. Thanks dear.

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  6. Looks yum ..I love all the podi ..I got the same to post too and u know same container too :)

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  7. Even I love this podi....looks really yummy..perfect combo for idli's n dosa's

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  8. அக்காவோட போஸ்ட்ல முதல் கமண்ட் போடர்துக்கு ஒரு பெரிய போட்டியே நடக்குது போலருக்கு???...:))

    மொளகா பொடி எனக்கும் பிடிக்கும், ஆனா ரொம்ப இல்லை, தோசை, இட்லி எல்லாத்துக்கும் எனக்கு ஒரு துண்டு வெல்லம் இருந்தா போதும்.

    இதயம் நல்லெண்னெய்க்கு ஜோதிகாவுக்கு அப்புறம் நம்ப ஜெய்ஷ்ரீ அக்கா தான் ப்ராண்ட் அம்பாசிட்டர் போலருக்கு??..:PP

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  9. Idly with milagai podi and sesame seed oil is simply divine.I do add sugar

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  10. Such an authentic recipe. I am remembering the days when mom used to pack molagapodi applied on idlis to school :) Nice post :)

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  11. I too make with same ingredients but different ratio ;) Looks good J :)

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  12. have heard a lot about Milagi podi but never made or ate them. looks so good. I would love to have this with rice and ghee.

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  13. I add garlic instead of sesame seeds & hing.. But i wanted to try this once for a long time.My MIL makes this.I love this podi too :)

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  14. yummm,, the podi looks so spicy with a lovely color.. never made these and always used the store bought, my hubby loves it... your looks like the authentic version... surely going to make it when i make dosais next time.. thanks 4 sharing :-)

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  15. Looks so authentic and delicious, thanks for sharing dear...

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  16. milagai podi looks yummy ,in my place also same story ,no body will have idli or dosa without idli podi ....my MIL used to prepare this ,adding sesame is new to me ...i will try ur version ...thanks for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  17. i always get it from outside, home made ones are always the best as its so fresh with full of flavours, would love to try it...

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  18. Your version of milagai podi is so good and tempting.

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  19. looks perfect and love to have with hot idli's :-)

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  20. Yummy milagai podi! Can't imagine idli without this ...

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  21. Excellent milagai podi recipe, gotta try your version. Must be delicious and yummy.

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  22. Thanks for ur nice comments akka.I tried ur verson of channa masala, its came out good, we enjoy it.Milagai podi looks great,Idly with milagai podi, Yummyyyy!!!

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  23. This is a fav in my home too..So this time when I went home got a big packet of this :-)Got to make myself some when that is over ;-)

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  24. Excellent recipe, must be delicious. Just visit. I luv your photo. TQ

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  25. My fav too.....looks gud. Like hte pattern made with the lid in the first click :)

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  26. jayasree thats so delicious milaku podi best for dosa/idli . i used to make the same with urad dal and chillies good one

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  27. Hy dear,
    Wonderful presentation.
    An award waiting for you at my blog, please collect it

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  28. Nice recipe. Good proportions. I also added 2 sprigs curry leaves for flavor

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  29. Hi Jeyashri,I am a huge fan of you.Thank you for all ur posts.pleas continue.
    For milagai podi my mother initially fry 1/2 tea spoon of fenugreek seeds,little kadugu and later add other items.It will enhance the flavour.Please try.We use coconut oil only

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  31. How did you get red color?
    I tried the same recipe with channa dhal and pottu kadalai. Taste is good, but I did not get the color.

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    1. Color depends on the variety of red chilli you use

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  32. Hi jeyashri can you upload the recipe garlic milagai podi with coconut in it, thank you for your response immediately.

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    1. Ok will learn it and try to post soon

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  33. do you have a facebook page???

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    1. Yes i do have - https://www.facebook.com/JeyashriKitchen

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  34. Very nice presentation with step by step photos. Tnx jeyashri.

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