36 WHEAT FLOUR IDIYAPPAM

Wheat Flour Idiyappam( String Hoppers with Whole Wheat Flour).Godhumai Maavu /Godhuma Pindi / Godhi Hittu Idiyappam / Shavige.


An other interesting version of Idiyappam using Wheat Flour. The outcome was very really very good and at the same time very delicious and tasty. Hubby could not believe that it was out of wheat flour, at the same enjoyed and had his dinner. Asked me to make them again soon. Was really good change for our usual dinner.


Wheat Flour - 3 cups( used Sujatha brand wheat chapathi Flour)
salt - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 2 tsp
Water - to mix




For the savory version:

Onion - 2 medium
Green chillies - 4 slit long
Ginger - 1 inch grated fine
Salt as needed
Oil - 1 1/2 tbsp
Curry Leaves - few
Mustard seeds and Urad dhal - 1/4 tsp each
Coriander Leaves - few chopped
Grated Coconut - 2 tbsp


First dry roast wheat flour till you get a nice aroma or can steam cook in a vessel for 10 - 15 mts. Remove and transfer to a deep bowl. Add salt and oil and mix well. Next pour in hot water to mix. See the flour itself is hot and using hot water will be difficult to mix with hands, so use a spatula or wooden spoon and slowly start mixing. It should be loose in consistency but not watery. Only then it can easily be pressed with the idiyappam/sevai press. Cover with a cloth or lid.


Next take a idiyappam/sevai press and grease with oil. Stuff some mix and cover. Grease a idli plate with oil. Press some idiyappam in each idli hole. Repeat till you are done with all the holes. Next place them in a cooker and steam cook on high for 12 - 15 mts. Remove and cool. Crumble lightly.

For the savory version:-


Heat oil add mustard seeds and urad dhal, waith for few seconds and add curry leaves and chopped onions. Fry till transculent and add slit green chillies and grated ginger. Fry till onions and nic golden brown. Finally add crumbled idiyappam, salt, chopped coriander leaves and grated coconut. Mix well and remove from stove. Serve with coconut chutney or any nice spicy gravy( veg or non veg).

My other Idiyappam Recipes:-
Plain Idiyappam

Red Rice Idiyappam

Sweet idiyappam

Methi Idiyappam

Sorghum Flour Idiyappam

Tomato Idiyappam


36 comments/Reactions:

San said...

Nice version of idiyappam with wheat flour .Thanks for sharing a healthy recipe padma .

Shanavi said...

a healthy version of idiyappam from u Padma..Am the biggest fan of idiyapaam and kozhukattai...Looooove it

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hi Padma

Idiyapam looks so mouthwatering and fulfilling.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Shama Nagarajan said...

too good dear..healthy

nivedita said...

Wow!!!!!!
Its the healthiest. Hope I could be able to make it one day.

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Looks fantastic Padma, yummy and delicious.

Kurinji said...

Healthy idiyappam....

Archana said...

Hey this was supposed to be my post for tomorrow! Anyway nice idiappam!

The Foodie said...

Very healthy padma..though it requires lot of patience..but looks very tasty.

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

wow..that's new to me..very healthy idiyappam n upma...

Malar Gandhi said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe...looks perfect, very innovative and very adaptable...sounds healthy too, am excited to try ur version soon:)

Smitha said...

completely healthy...i guess it can be eaten instead of rice!
Smitha
http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

Priya said...

Its has been ages i had this wheat flour idiyappams, looks awesome..love that savoury version..

Swathi said...

Wheat flour idiyappam looks delicious.

divya said...

Omg, idiyappam makes me hungry..Soo tempting!

Panchpakwan said...

Wow Padma, home made shevgi looks so delicious..

Kankana said...

thats new to me :) .. but looks awsm.. thanks for sharing

Yummy Team said...

I had no idea that we cud make idiyappam with wheat flour..So healthy and yummy recipe! Loved the savory version too..

Aruna Manikandan said...

sounds interesting and new to me
Idiyappam looks very healthy..
Thx. for sharing :)

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Very interesting recipe padma,thanks for sharing!

Tina said...

never tried wheat idiyappam...nice version dear..yummm.

Pia said...

interesting and healthy idliyappam.

Cook Healthy

kitchen queen said...

wow never heard of this but sounds interesting and a healthier version too.

Prathima Rao said...

Interesting...A healthy version too..;) Never knew we could make iddiyappams from wheat flour..a must try..
Prathima rao
Prats corner

Nandini said...

This is a very healthy idiyappam. Looks great.

Sapthanaa Balachander (Alias) Abilashini said...

a new recipe.. but highly healthy.. will try this the next time!!

kothiyavunu.com said...

Healthy and tasty idiyappam..

Chitra said...

Wow, this is gr8. never thought of making with wheat flour. will surely try.How much water u used here ?

Padma said...

Thanks everyone for your comments :)

Padma said...

@ Chitra... I forgot to measure it. Just kept some hot water and added to mix until I needed the right consistency. Next time I make them, I will surely make a note of it.

Thanks
Padma

Abhilash Pillai said...

sounds interesting. Lets give it a try

Now Serving said...

Hi Padma, First time on your blog - Love idiyappam and wheat flour seems even healthier - Lovely post and lovely blog :)

Now Serving said...

PS I am #300 :))

Padma said...

Thanks everyone for your comments :)

Padma said...

@ Now serving thanks for dropping by and also for being my 300th follower :)

Anonymous said...

i tried this came out very well. Thank u.

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