I totally love-making iddiyapam and sevais with this rice flour homemade recipeits soft fluffy and totally comforting. Mix until rice flour.
Now reduce the flame to the lowest setting and add 1 cup rice flour.
How to make sevai with rice flour. The quantity of flour will increase as it gets cooked. It may vary up to 15 cups. Also Idiappam is almost instant we can use store bought rice flour and make Idiappam instantly but on the other hand for Sevai is not instant.
Add 12 cup coconut milk. 1 cup Idiyappam rice flour. To make Idiyappams we need Idiyappam maker also known as Sevai nazhi.
Puli Sevai is a a delicious rice noodles with tamarind based spicy paste. Mix the idiyappam flour with salt and add boiling water to the flourMake a soft smooth dough without any lumps and knead it well. Conventionally we use Sevai Nazhi Press and mould to make sevai but for smaller quantity we can use our usual ommapodi press and mould.
Rice flour – 2 cups Salt – a pinch Oil – 1 teaspoonBring two cups of water to boil. Add 12 cup water. Add 12 tsp salt and boil until it comes to a rolling boil.
This rice flour homemade recipe is the most needed item here in South India for making any type of murukus and snacks. Heat a deep pot over medium-high heat. Sevai is made with parboiled rice whereas idiappam is made with raw rice flour.
Though the time and effort for making sevai is more than Idiappam still the taste of sevai. If this rice is not available you can use regular ponni rice which is parboiled or sona masuri. In a vessel keep the flour mixed with salt Add this water little by little to the flour and mix well with a ladleDo not pour all the waterU may get some excess water remainingI used 13 cups of water for 1 cup of rice flour.
Add a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of oil to the boiling water.