IDIYAPPAMIdiyappam is terribly tasty esp. with chicken curry or kuruma ..yet you can't make it quick :(
You need to clean up few vessels & things for it.
In home mom used to grind soaked , drained raw rice (pachari) to make flour for idiyappam, kozhukkatta etc. since it is not possible at my place ..i m relying on packed rice flour from an Indian store. This flour can be used for making kozhukkatta as well.
Here is a video of the making http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChBAohE2uDY
2 cup Rice flour
2 levelled tsp salt
2 tbsp oil
Boiled water for making dough- as per need
1/2 cup Grated coconut for topping
Mix flour & 2 tsp salt in a deep vessel.
Boil some water. Pour this water to rice little by little mixing using a stick or spoon.(the raw flour will get slightly cooked by this boiled water)
In between add 2 tb spoon oil & mix.
When everything is good mixed the dough must be of the consistency to make balls .
Grease the idli moulds with oil.
Fill an idiyappam presser/sieve and press the noodles into moulds of idli steamer or into a vegetable steamer. Top these with grated coconut. Then steam for 10-12 min.
Serve with a fast made stew or any non veg curry .