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I've read that Safflower oil is great for wok cooking as it is light, hi-temp, and imparts no flavors. I use coconut as it is supposed to be healthy, our local Amish community has a grocery store where they package bulk foods for reasonable cost.
I think you mean, Idly, dosa. You misspelled Idly as Imili.
Idly is like small cakes made of rice flour. Dosai is like in the shape of pizza,except it is thinner and made of rice flour. Dosas are crisp. Idlies are soft.
Both Idly and Dosai go well with Chutney, Sambar, Molaga podi,etc.
Good to hear that you appreciate South Indian food.
Idly and dosa are good for breakfast. Usually had during breakfast. Sometimes for dinner.
Dinner is also a heavy meal. Idly and Dosa is had usually for tiffin. Mostly, Idly and dosa are not had for lunch or dinner. Lunch and dinner you will have the main course which will be rice and side dishes.
The first time..I had 'Indian food'..in 1978.
- One fellow (student from India) cooked an Indian dish.
- I was in the graduate school/study.
His dish/cooking was still better..
- Even though..I tried several Indian food/dishes..over the years.
& Indian dishes at the hotel..
- I was in India..years ago.
- Short trip.