Idli Rice Rava (500g)

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  • Our premium idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is a non-genetically modified organism. (non-GMO). 
  • Our idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices. 
  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is naturally gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.
  • It is easily digestible, making it gentle on the stomach and suitable for those with digestive issues or sensitive stomachs.
  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is low in fat, making it a healthy option for those watching their fat intake or trying to maintain a healthy weight.
  • It provides a good source of carbohydrates, which are the body's primary source of energy, helping to fuel daily activities.
  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is a versatile ingredient that can be used to make a variety of traditional South Indian dishes such as idli, dosa, and uttapam, as well as other snacks and desserts.
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Idli Rice Rava (500g)

Idli Rice Rava (500g)

Rs. 68.00

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Introducing Idli Rice Rava

Idli rice semolina, commonly known as idli rice rava, has its roots in the ancient culinary traditions of South India. Scientifically known as Oryza sativa, it belongs to the Poaceae family. Originating from the Indomalaya ecozone, rice cultivation dates back thousands of years, with evidence suggesting its domestication in China around 8000–9000 years ago. Rice likely made its way to the Indian subcontinent through trade routes, gradually becoming a staple in the region's cuisine. 

Our idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is meticulously sourced from the fertile lands of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, where rice cultivation thrives amidst the region's favourable climate and rich soil. An interesting fact about idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is its role in traditional South Indian breakfast dishes like idli and dosa, where it forms the base for these beloved delicacies. Health-wise, idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is naturally gluten-free and easily digestible, making it suitable for individuals with dietary restrictions or sensitive stomachs. Culinary enthusiasts appreciate its versatility; besides idli and dosa, it can also be used to make various other South Indian snacks and desserts, adding a distinct texture and flavour to dishes. With its rich history, nutritional benefits, and culinary versatility, idli rice rava or idli rice semolina continues to hold a cherished place in South Indian cuisine and households worldwide.

Idli Rice Rava Benefits:

  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is naturally gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.

  • It is easily digestible, making it gentle on the stomach and suitable for those with digestive issues or sensitive stomachs.

  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is low in fat, making it a healthy option for those watching their fat intake or trying to maintain a healthy weight.

  • It provides a good source of carbohydrates, which are the body's primary source of energy, helping to fuel daily activities.

  • While being low in fat, idli rice rava is still nutrient-dense, providing essential vitamins and minerals necessary for overall health and well-being.

  • The carbohydrates in Idli rice rava  or idli rice semolina provide a steady and sustained release of energy, helping to keep you feeling energised throughout the day.

  • Idli rice rava or idli rice semolina is a versatile ingredient that can be used to make a variety of traditional South Indian dishes such as idli, dosa, and uttapam, as well as other snacks and desserts.

  •  It imparts a unique texture and flavour to dishes, contributing to the authentic taste and experience of South Indian cuisine.

Usage & Storage Tips

FAQ's

What is idli rice rava? 

Idli rice rava is a specially processed rice used primarily for making idlis. It's coarsely ground from parboiled rice, which helps in achieving the perfect texture for soft and fluffy idlis.

How does idli rice rava differ from regular rice rava? 

Idli rice rava is made from a specific variety of parboiled rice that is ideal for idlis, whereas regular rice rava can be made from any type of rice and is usually used for a variety of other dishes like upma.

Can idli rice rava be used for dishes other than idlis? 

While it is primarily used for making idlis, idli rice rava can also be used to prepare dosas, uttapams, and even some types of kheer, providing a versatile option in your kitchen.

What is the best ratio of idli rice rava to urad dal for making idlis? 

The ideal ratio for making idlis with idli rice rava is 3 parts idli rice rava to 1 part urad dal. This ratio ensures soft, fluffy idlis every time.

How can I make my idlis softer using idli rice rava? 

To make soft idlis, ensure that the batter is well-fermented and not too thick. Adding a small amount of cooked rice or poha to the batter can also help improve the softness.

What are some tips for perfect idlis with idli rice rava? 

For perfect idlis, make sure the batter is neither too thick nor too thin, and always steam the idlis on medium flame. Additionally, a well-greased idli mould helps in easy removal of idlis.

How do I know if the idli rice rava batter has fermented properly? 

A properly fermented idli batter will have increased in volume and will appear light and frothy. You should also notice a slightly sour aroma, indicating it's ready to use.

Can idli rice rava be flavoured for different varieties of idlis? 

Absolutely! You can enhance your idlis by adding spices, herbs, or vegetables to the idli batter made with idli rice rava, creating varieties like masala idli or spinach idli.