Vegetable stew for idiyappam.

I always wanted to have this when I saw them in menu cards in the Indian restaurants. But my hubby used to dismiss the dish saying that I won’t like it. So this way I had never tasted until my last trip to chennai when my sister in law ordered it for a breakfast. And I simply loved it. Since then I always wanted to try this combination at home. But I never managed to buy the press for idiyappam. But finally , I found a instant idiyappam packet at the Indian stores and bought it immediately.


So I made this combination for a sunday brunch. We all loved it. It was delicious and quite filling too.

The idiyappam had to be kept in a bowl containing boiling water(salt added) and closed with a lid for few minutes. The water has to be drained. And the idiyappam is ready.

For the vegetable stew-

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Vegetable stew for idiyappam. Yum
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  1. Cook the vegetables in boiling water adding salt and turmeric powder, till it become soft. Meanwhile, add oil in a pan. Add jeera, red chillies,coriander seeds, spices. Fry till it turns to a slight brown colour. Grind it to a smooth powder. Add this mixture/ masala to the cooked vegetables and mix well. Cook for another 5 minutes. Then add the coconut milk and keep for another 2 minutes. Don't cook for a long time after adding coconut milk.
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30 Comments

  1. It is famous combo! Looks delicious and Happy Deepavali Sowmy!

     
  2. Purva Desai

    Veggie stew looks really inviting and healthy…
    Thanks for sharing

     
  3. The stew looks nice rich and creamy.
    Wish you a very happy Deepavali Sowmya.

     
  4. cool re…i just posted idiyappam in my blog and wow wat a side dish for that 🙂

     
  5. Vanamala Hebbar

    Nice recipe

     
  6. Mahimaa's kitchen

    looks very delcilious Sowmya. I feel like having it right now.

     
  7. Looks delicious Sowmya…and your dates cake below looks pretty yummy too..you are not the last blogger to try I am yet to try that cake too have been seeing it on various blogs and thinking that I need to try it…Happy Diwali to you and your family 🙂

     
  8. Ramya Vijaykumar

    Lovely idiyappam and stew… I wish I was invited for dinner 🙂

     
  9. This vegetable curry & idiyaapam sure make a satisfying breakfast – i’m craving some now.

     
  10. Happy Diwali Sowmya!!!!!!!
    have fun!!!!

     
  11. Pearlsofeast

    Oh my god urcurry sounds awesome Sowmya, must try it.

     
  12. what a delicious combo! Never ate idiyappam before.

     
  13. used to prepare this ….lovely combination….i would like to share this award with u…please visit my blog to pick it up..
    http://divyazeasyrecipe.blogspot.com/2008/10/i-had-early-morning-surprise.html

     
  14. Taste of Mysore

    This is a classic combi Sowmya. Stew looks creamy and yumm

     
  15. Indrani Bagchi

    Wish you a very Happy Deepavali!

     
  16. such a lovely pic. ur recipe looks delicious.
    Wish u a very Happy Diwali.

     
  17. Lubna Karim

    Wow looks gr8 and yummy.

     
  18. looks very tempting..
    the stew looks very creamy & yum.
    Happy Deepavali.

     
  19. Wow looks so yummy….love idiyappam and kurma…your kurma looks very nice and creamy…gud one dear…Wish you and family Happy & Prosperous Diwali

     
  20. Divya Vikram

    love the creaminess of the stew..perfect combo.

     
  21. Gita's Kitchen

    Hi,
    First time to your blog. The vegetable stew looks simply delicious. It is also my favorite combo.

     
  22. Love Idiappam.. never tasted stew.. i loved the simplicity of thsi dish. Going to make it soon! Happy Deepavali dear

     
  23. Sowmya Iam drooling at your stew..

    hope you had a great diwali..

     
  24. Idiyappam is my alltime fav and looks very yum wth vegetable stew…

     
  25. Adlak's tiny world

    My first visit here and all yr stuffs are inspiring and mouth watering sowmya. Especially i fond of rasagullas and curd vadas.

    So tempting yr stew and it also accompanies well with appam.

     
  26. Veggie stew looks really inviting and healthy…Superb combo …Never ate idiyappam before.

     
  27. A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!!

    hai Soumya..lovely blog…idiyappam is always our fav too for breakfast..

     
  28. OMG!!! that stew is to die for…. what a beautiful pic…

     
  29. Illatharasi

    I am feeling too hungr after seeing your blog…. idiyappam stew, dates cake, dahi vada…. which on to taste first…. want all of them:)

     
  30. I love idiyaappam, I eat this each time I go to India; I’m kinda lazy to do this at home :)nice vegetable kurma too;

     

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