Idli Manchurian


  • Idlis (Leftover) – 8
  • Maida flour – 250g
  • Corn flour – 125g
  • Red Onion – 1
  • Green onions – 100g
  • Red capsicum – 1
  • Green capsicum – 1
  • Ginger – 1
  • Garlic cloves – 6
  • Red chilli powder – 1 tsp
  • Black pepper powder – 1 tsp
  • Red chilli sauce – Required
  • Tomato sauce/Tomato ketchup – Required
  • Soy sauce – Required
  • salt – Required
  • oil – Required

How to Prepare

Total Preparation Time: 20-30 minutes

  1. Cut each idlies into 8 pieces and keep aside
  2. Finely chop onions, ginger, garlic cloves and grind them like a paste, chop capsicum and green onions and keep aside
  3. Take a bowl and add maida, corn flour, salt, red chilli powder, pepper powder and 1 tsp soy sauce and mix well
  4. Add little amount water and mix well till get a think batter consistency
  5. Take a hard bottomed vessel, add 300 ml oil and heats up
  6. Dip each idli pieces and coat them well in the maida batter then gently put into the oil one by one
  7. Fry them it become crispy, golden brown then move this pieces into a plate
  8. Take a pan, heat 4 tsp oil, once oil heats up add chopped onions
  9. Saute till onion become translucent then add ginger garlic paste
  10. Then add capsicum, and saute for a minute
  11. After that add 1 tsp tomato sauce, 1 tsp soya sauce and required salt
  12. Then saute it for 30 seconds then add deep fried idli pieces
  13. Mix it well for 1 minute then turnoff the flame
  14. Now the delicious Idli Manchurian is ready to serve

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