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Really??? Wow!!! Haven't ever heard of that before. thx.
great tip thanks for sharing
Thats a nice tip...will surely try..thanks for sharing
Always looking for new ways to make idlis soft. will try this the next time
Hi Usha, so good to see blogging!:)Without the gasket, steam escapes from the sides to cook the Idlis but got to try though.If it worked for you, might work for me too!:)
thanx for the tip...
Hi everyone!!!!! Thanks for your comments!!!! Do try this and tell me!
You give such useful tips.How is your daughter?
Hi Cynthia! Thanks for your comment! my daughter is fine. Thank you.
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Thanks for the great tip. Will try it next time.
ohh...great tip...will surely try
Hi Usha, This is Sailaja. My blog url is http://sailurecipes.blogspot.comTomorrow our Break fast is idly only. Let me try your tip tomorrow. Thank you so much for the tip.
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