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The saga of Iddly 4

Posted by
Devi (Chennai, India) on 17 July 2014 in Food & Cuisine and Portfolio.

The iddly is ready to eat -served. They are soft and fluffy and wonderful to have with chutney and a gravy called sambhar ( a gravy with a lot of vegetables). You can see the marks of the woven bamboo here. They are not puffed up like the normal iddlies but thinner and softer.

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gerard1948 from Spain

Beautiful composition and great shot, these iddlys seem appetizing, we want to taste.
Have a nice day.

17 Jul 2014 6:02am

@gerard1948: These look a bit different in this that these are flatter and not puffy. The ones made in metal molds will be chubby:)

ursulakatariina from Uusikaupunki, Finland

I can only imagine the taste but with this photo you have made that imagination a bit easier - they look tasty. :)

17 Jul 2014 6:08am

@ursulakatariina: Thank you Ursula:))) If there is an Indian Restaurant there, you ay be able to lay your hands on them :)

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Lovely, although I may have to wait a while to try, it appears Bath Road is in Hounslow which is just outside of London, so another 80 miles further on for me than the City of Bath :-)

17 Jul 2014 6:36am

@Doug: Take your time Doug:) The iddlies would wait:)

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

have a great lunch*

17 Jul 2014 6:40am

@Dimitrios: Thank you Dimitrios:)

PATRICK from miramas, France

Superbe compo

17 Jul 2014 6:56am

@PATRICK: Thank you PATRICK :)

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Interesting series....Thanks for Information.

17 Jul 2014 7:19am

@PRASHANT: Thak yuPRASHANT.I appreciate:)

Martine Libouton from Bousval, Belgium

Très belle composition!

17 Jul 2014 8:04am

@Martine Libouton: Merci Martine:)

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Excellent documentary series and now we see the very tasty result!

17 Jul 2014 11:14am

@Stephen: I feel happy that you enjoyed this Stephen :)

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

They look delicious Devi! I would love to try some at some point! Nicely captured! ;-)

17 Jul 2014 11:15am

@Eric Cousineau: I wish you the earliest opportunity Eric :)))

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Nice photos and interesting information. Thanks for sharing

17 Jul 2014 11:18am

@Hiro: Thank you Hiro :)))

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Cool et appétissants....
Mnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn... :))

17 Jul 2014 11:59am

@tataray: Merci mille fois :)))

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Très très belle iamge de ce galettes blanches avec les traces superbe suite et série.
amitié

17 Jul 2014 1:02pm

@Nicou: Merci Nicou:)))

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Delicious-looking. The sauce sounds interesting

17 Jul 2014 1:59pm

@Jypyä Pop: Ah !!! They'll be spicy:)))

mohkum from Cochin (Kochi), India

Beautiful shot with lovely tones and light!

17 Jul 2014 2:00pm

@mohkum: Thank you mohkum:)))

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I'm a picky eater, so not sure about this interesting food. ;-)

17 Jul 2014 2:26pm

@B. Thomas: You may like this.this is a land one.only the accompaniments are spicy:) You can even smear some butter and sugar and have a go:)

Don from Spokane, United States

They look very appealing. I'd like to try on decorated with the gravy. A fine food shot.

17 Jul 2014 2:35pm

@Don: Ah!! You could do hat!! You can even deep fry them and have them with some spicy onion chili sauce or ketchup:)))

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

They look wonderful! I love the criss cross pattern

17 Jul 2014 4:50pm

@Ruthiebear: Yes..the pattern rom the bamboo molds:)

Sam from Chennai, India

Tasty looking iddlies, so beautifully presented, Devi.
A fine series. Love your narration and discussion.
Iddly is a state food. :) :)

17 Jul 2014 5:33pm

@Sam: Thank you Sam :) The safest food item , we can be proud of fom our kitchens:)) I read somewhere that n some hospital in Germany, iddlies are on the Post surgery diet for patients:)

Patrick M. from Lille, France

It is a form of bread, blinis by home! very pleasant with sauces

17 Jul 2014 6:04pm

@Patrick M.: Thank you Patrick..It is made with fermented batter of rice and lenils:)

Bruce from Tacoma, United States

Great photo and a lesson on food. The lines do add to the photo.

17 Jul 2014 6:24pm

@Bruce: Thank you Bruce:)

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

An excellent end product from the steaming process. They look tasty.

17 Jul 2014 7:06pm

@Steve Rice: Thank you Steve:)

rem_la from Villiers, France

reste plus qu' croquer dedans

17 Jul 2014 7:08pm

@rem_la: Merci rem_la:)

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Superb framing !

17 Jul 2014 7:23pm

@Mhelene: Thank you Mhelene:)

Lalena from Barcelona, Spain

Nyam nyam!

17 Jul 2014 8:11pm

@Lalena: :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))Lalena

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Wow! They look delicious! I would love to try one! A fabulous image! I love the background!

18 Jul 2014 12:57am

@Elaine Hancock: Thank you Elaine May be you could zero in on one in some Indian Restaurant:)

Langevine from Angers, France

superbe

18 Jul 2014 8:21am

@Langevine: Merci:)))

helys from Paris, France

Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmy!
Great

19 Jul 2014 6:03am

@helys: Thank you helys:)

Helen from ... somewhere in, France

Fascinating.

20 Jul 2014 10:09am

@Helen: :)))))))))))))) Helen

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Making me hungry...

29 Jul 2014 7:51am

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