For the final day of blogging marathon #64 themed under kids brunch ideas,sharing an instant version of uthappam.
When I ran out of idly batter,I make the instant version of rava idly. I tried of making uthappam with slight modifications in the same batter.It came out so good and my kiddo likes it with peanut chutney and idly podi.
Now a days this uthappam appears in my kitchen frequently for after school snack.Here I used a generous pinch of eno fruit salt to get a fluffy uthappam.The uthappam comes good without eno also,but needs to consume right from the pan.
Also I mixed the onion and grated carrot in the batter,instead of topping it as it blends well.Sending this to Kids Delight hosted by Priya Srinivasan themed Brunch Ideas for kids.Off to the recipe..........
- The batter needs to rest for atleast 10-15 minutes.
- Finely chopped onion and grated carrot can be topped after dropping the batter on the griddle.
- This uthappam takes some time to cook so cook it in a medium flame .
- As yogurt is added in the batter,the uthappam turns dark color if its cooked in a high flame.
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