Mangalorean idli, also known as kodalai idli or kadubu idli, is a traditional South Indian breakfast dish. These idlis are made using a special batter made from rice, urad dal, and poha (flattened rice). The batter is fermented overnight, resulting in soft and fluffy idlis. The unique feature of Mangalorean idli is the use of jackfruit leaves or banana leaves for steaming, which imparts a subtle aroma to the idlis. These idlis are typically served with coconut chutney and sambar.