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World Idli Day 2021: From Rawa to Moong, try these 5 types of Idlis to celebrate this day
New Delhi| Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Every year, World Idli Day is celebrated on March 30. This day was first observed in 2015 by Eniyavan, an Idli caterer from Chennai. It was celebrated in a very unique way as Eniyavan made around 1,328 Idli to celebrate this day and a cake of 44 kg Idli was cut by an official on March 30, 2015, to observe this day as World Idli day. Yes, you read that right. This scrumptious south Indian dish is popular in the world and people enjoy Idli with Sambhar and chutney. Ahead of World Idli Day, we are bringing a list of different types of Idli that you can try on this occasion:
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This Idli is deep-fried and is served with coconut and mint chutney. It has a perfect hot and spicy flavour which will make your day.
Oats are a healthy meal for a person and imagine it in the form of Idli. Wouldn’t it be amazing? This is a very nutritious form of Idli and it will also help you in opting for a better lifestyle.
Moong Dal Idli
This Idli is made with a mixture of Moong and rice that is sprinkled with green chillies, mustard seed, and onion. This is served with sambhar and coconut chutney.