Today is a very special day for foodie people as the world is celebrating World Idli Day. World Idli Day is celebrated on March 30 every year. Chennai is the home of the original Idli, Sambhar, and Dosa.
Some benefits of idlis
- Made from urad dal and rice, this soft puff of rice is a healthy treat due to its lightness and its nutritional content. Idli is said to be light as it contains no fats, saturated fats or cholesterol. Further, it has merely 39 calories per piece, which seems measly to the 2,000-calorie daily requirement.
- Idli is rich in carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, fats, amino acids, and fiber.
- Single idli contains you consume 2 grams of protein, 2 grams of dietary fiber and 8 grams of carbohydrates. It is perfect for a light snack, that is a notable amount of protein and fiber with minimal carbohydrates
Try 5 amazing types of Idlis
4.Moong Dal Idli