Idli refers to steamed rice cakes that comes from South India.
Idli is a cholesterol free South Indian dish. It is traditionally made from shelled lentils (urad dal) and rice. Nowadays rice is replaced by â€˜sooji’. It is cooked in special idli plates and steaming vessels. Sambar or chutney is accompanied with the dish when served
Idli refers to Indian steamed rice cakes. A very popular snack from the south of India which is generally eaten with sambar and chutney
Idli refers to a south Indian dish of rice and lentil flour cake which is served with light curry sauce
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