Tasty and Super Soft Idiyappams or Akki Shavige

About the Recipe

Idiyappam is made from rice flour and is called “string hopper” in English and “Akki Shivage” in Kannada. It is a common breakfast in South India. The Oddy Ecobake Non-Stick Liners are used to gently steam the idiyappams and make them non-stick with no need for additional cleanup.

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  • Rice Flour/Idiyappam Flour - 2 cups
  • Oil - 2 Tsp & Pinch of Salt
  • Boiling water to make the dough
  • Oddy Ecobake Non-Stick Liners



  • Roast the rice flour in a kadai until it turns aromatic and warm. Add oil and salt as needed to the rice flour and mix well.
  • Add as much boiling water as required to the flour and mix well to prepare the dough.
  • Divide the dough into equal-sized balls as shown. Transfer each ball into an Idiyappam maker.
  • On a steaming plate lined with Oddy Ecobake Non-Stick Liner, press it to form roundels.
  • Steam them for 8 to 10 minutes. Once they are cooked well, transfer the idiyappams to a plate and enjoy!

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Aduge Sadhana is run by Asha, whose passion is cooking. Her channel Aduge Sadhana is an expression of her passion for the world. Aduge in Kannada means “Cooking” & Sadhana in Sanskrit means “accomplishing something”.

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