All are due for posting, but not before I make them again and click amazing pictures.
This morning, I had some left over Idlis from last night’s dinner. Out of nowhere I thought of trying the zaatar spice in Idlis.
It worked…did it? Ohh my , it definitely works for me. For people who are yet to taste Zaatar, it is a mixture of spices like thyme,marjoram , roasted sesame seeds and sumac. Sumac(su- mok) is actually powdered dried berries of the same name. The taste of sumac dominates the Zaatar mixture which is tart, tangy and slightly sweet. It works extremely well with yogurt, cheese and mediteranean vegetables.
Left over idlis (6-7)
2 tspn Zaatar spice
1 tspn chilli powder
salt to taste(Check the salt in Zaatar)
Oil to fry
1) In a large wok, heat the oil, About 1 tbsp.
2) Chop the idlis roughly.
3)Add them to the wok and stir fry until they are crispy and slightly brown in color
4) Add the zaatar spice, chilli powder and salt.
5)Remove and serve
Sprinkle more Zaatar on top and serve with fresh yogurt on the side.