Idiyappam is also popular in certain areas of Sri Lanka and called as noolappam or noolputtu which means strings, but commonly known as Idiyappam. This dish is called as Semige in coastal areas of Karnataka. Idiyappam is made of rice flour or wheat flour, salt and water.
Add salt to water and boil it. Into a medium sized bowl pour the boiling water and add the rice flour stirring continuously. Mix and Knead well until the dough becomes soft. Apply a thin layer of oil to the idiyappam steamer and sprinkle a thin layer of grated coconut over it.
Nutrition Facts ( Per 100g ):
Calories 130, Sodium 447 mg, Total Carbs 29 g, Dietary Fiber 2 g, Protein 3 g.