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Hello foodies, 

Hope you are doing great! If only life was soft, fluffy, and delicious like Idli. Ahh! That’s not in our hands but cooking nutritious, luscious, and delicious Idli is definitely our call. 

Idli is adored by people all over the world due to its tasty flavor. Carrot Idli is a typical South Indian morning dish, which blends vibrant carrots with wholesome idli batter to create a dish that can charm your children while also providing them with the health benefits of idli. In order to enhance the flavor of this meal, we used a variety of flavors and spices.

Make some nutritious carrot idli for everyone by following this easy recipe:


  • Idli rice- 1 cup (Soaked)
  • Urad dal – ½ cup (Soaked)
  • Baking soda – ½ teaspoon 
  • Salt- as per taste 
  • Carrot- 2 medium (grated)
  • Water as required


While rice provides a balanced combination of carbs and proteins in sufficient amounts to keep you hopping with health and energy throughout the day, carrot idli adds extra fiber as it is made with colorful shredded carrots.

1. Soak the rice and dal separately overnight.

2. Grind the soaked rice and dal to make a fine paste.

3. Cover the batter and leave for 5-6 hours for fermentation. The batter will expand by two times after fermentation.

4. Now grate carrots and mix them in the batter, add salt and baking soda.

5. Now add the batter in the idli molds 

5. Idli molds should be greased with oil before the batter is added.

6. Now place the idli over the steamer and wait for 15-20 minutes. 

7. Once steamed, let the idli cool for five minutes at room temperature.

8. After removing the idli, put them on a dish.

9. You may now enjoy your delicious carrot idli with sambar and coconut chutney.


Idli is one of the healthiest dishes in Indian cuisine. Thanks to its richness of plant-based proteins, fiber, complex carbs, and minerals, it is the ideal diet for heart health because it is free of cholesterol and fat. It is a fermented meal that promotes the health of the digestive system.

So, let’s look at the benefits. 

Urad dal: Magnesium and potassium are two minerals found in urad dal that are beneficial for heart health. In order to maintain appropriate cholesterol levels for our cardiovascular system, these minerals work in conjunction with fiber. Additionally, they stop atherosclerosis. Potassium enhances blood flow and protects artery walls from injury.

One of the primary health advantages of urad dal is its high fiber content, which also indirectly aids in regulating and maintaining blood sugar levels. After all, you must keep an eye on your diet and what you are consuming in order to manage diabetes. The fiber in urad dal keeps you fuller for longer.

Rice: If you want to lose weight without sacrificing your power, rice is a fantastic choice. It is highly advised to those over 40, owing to the presence of calcium and magnesium in considerable levels, It helps to avoid the onset of arthritis, osteoporosis, and numerous bone-related problems.

Carrot: Children really enjoy the veggie carrot. While the health advantages of carrots are numerous, Vegetables like carrots are rich in nutrients and host a lot of health advantages, including maintenance of the health of your heart and eyes.

The vitamin A found in carrots is very good for our skin and vision. They are excellent for bone health and aid in blood sugar regulation. Our immune systems can benefit from carrots as well. They can also help in easing constipation. Studies have suggested that they possess anti-cancer qualities.

Idli is a nutritious breakfast choice for children since it is steam cooked, which also facilitates easy digestion. It is simple to prepare and is ideal to serve at breakfast for a wholesome and satisfying meal. This may be placed in the lunchbox of either you or your children. So, try out this yummy recipe accompanied by coconut chutney or sambhar and enjoy the health benefits it offers.

Bon Appetit!


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