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Shweta, Thank you so much for taking time to reply...

2007-10-02T15:11:00.000-07:00

Shweta, Thank you so much for taking time to reply. Its really great info and so helpful for me. I will check out the grinder brands. Thanks for the idli timeline and I will try your suggestions. It’s been raining for the past week and unfortunately it getting cooler and hardly any sunbreaks and we are expecting more rain. When the weather gets better, I will experiment with small batches to



Hi Sage, Thank you for your kind words. I have a r...

2007-10-01T20:56:00.000-07:00

Hi Sage, Thank you for your kind words. I have a regular Hamilton Beach blender and I just hate it! But I have found that a soak time of 6 hours or so for the rice normally makes it good enough for grinding (even in my pathetic blender). I normally have to add water to get my blender to work well. I think for idlis you can make do with even not so fine grinding. I have heard Indian brands like '



Wow..your idli sambhar and uttapams looks so mouth...

2007-10-01T12:12:00.000-07:00

Wow..your idli sambhar and uttapams looks so mouthwatering. Thanks for sharing your detailed instruction and recipe, it really helps me as I am new at cooking. I have to try your recipe soon. :) I have some questions and in need of advice. I was wondering what type of grinder do you recommend? I might get one when I visit India. I made idli sometime back and I have tried 2 types; one with idli



Asha ji! Thanks for the acknowledgement :)Sharmi,T...

2007-09-24T21:06:00.000-07:00

Asha ji! Thanks for the acknowledgement :)

Sharmi,
Thanks so much for dropping by and for the good wishes! Idlis are my favorite too... Using home-made buttermilk makes sense, store-bought buttermilk is quite sour for a sweet recipe... and that's why I was curious :)



delicious plate of idlis. one of my all time favor...

2007-09-23T11:28:00.000-07:00

delicious plate of idlis. one of my all time favorite. thanks for dropping by. welcome to blogsphere and all the best.
Regarding your question in my blog, I make yogurt at home so I diluted the same to make buttermilk.



Thanks Shweta!:))

2007-09-23T06:27:00.000-07:00

Thanks Shweta!:))



Could you send this to RCI K? Please do if you can...

2007-09-21T04:20:00.000-07:00

Could you send this to RCI K? Please do if you can.Thanks!:))

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