Thursday, March 4, 2010

Paniyaram

This is a basic paniyaram which I generally make weekly :). Both (J and myself) of us like paniyaram very much and thats why the weekly routine.I make paniyarams with left over Aapam batter. 



Ingredients
  • Aapam batter(Check the link here for the preparation)
  • 1/2 cup of chopped onions
  • 2 tsp of cumin seeds(jeera)
  • 1 tsp of chopped green chillies or 1 tsp of pepper corns
  • 1 tbsp of chopped curry leaves
Pre-cooking
  • None.
Method
  • Mix all the ingredients together to a consistency between idli and dosa batter.
  • Heat paniyaram pan and pour oil.
  • Pour into the molds and turn them once done.
  • Pour little oil again and take out when its cooked on both sides.


Serving suggestions
  • Goes well with tomato or coconut chutney.
Tips
  • You can replace the aapam batter with idli batter which is highly fermented(Puzhicha maavu). 
  • Add little soda salt if you need the paniyaram to puff up.

32 comments:

  1. paniyaram looks so yummy..nice clicks..
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  2. Hey thanks for stopping by my blog. You have got a very nice blog too. Very well displayed and the paniyarams look tempting.

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  3. Looks really delicious! I can see why you make this every week!

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  4. I love it very much .Feel like having some after seeing your paniyaram pics

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  5. Like the paniyaram...never tried it before!!!seems so cute and yummy.

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  6. One of my favourite snacks...yummy!

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  7. yummy n delicious..fabulous clicks, looks awesome

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  8. wow!Perfect color&shape!!!my all time fav

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  9. Paniyaram is begging me to pop it into my mouth!

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  10. looks nice and lovely click too...

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  11. Looks so tempting,i am ready to finish the whole plate..yummo........

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  12. My all time fav.....It looks awesome.

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  13. Good way to use the aapam batter,will try next time!

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  14. Thanks for your comment on my blog! You have a wonderful collection of recipes and I'm going to start following you!

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  15. Surprisingly i have never had this, do they have those in south Indian restaurants as well? Why haven't i ever come across them ! This is the diversity in Indian states, we have so much to offer in cuisine, one can eat different item from Indian cuisine for years, never repeating.

    That looks simple quick, surely will give it a try.

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  16. Cute and yummy paniyaram...

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  17. love love love your paniyaram .looks delish with that chutney. yum!!!!!!

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  18. Lovely & perfect they look..... Very tempting...... I love them forever.... Very Ecstatic!!!!! with spicy chutney.... Hmmm.....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  19. I love this chaat...looks so good and tempting...wonderful clicks dear :)

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  20. Paniyarams looks so tempting with teh chutney...love it :)

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  21. Hey thanks for stopping by my blog and help me discover yours. Very neat and lovely blog. I like your template also.The Paniyarams look tasty. I will try this with idly batter.
    Deepa

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  22. Wow- your Paniyarams look and sound great. The extra Cumin and Curry is a nice addition. I think I am going to give your recipe a whirl. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  23. Paniyaram looks absoultely spongy and appetizing...

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  24. Lovely and cute dish..love to try one day!!

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  25. Mmm, my parents are from Tamil Eelam and make these with banana.
    Nice Post!

    ~Kurious Kitteh

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  26. the stills looks great and urge to eat.

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  27. Is there anymore information you can give on this subject. It answers a lot of my questions but there is still more info I need. I will drop you an email if I can find it. Never mind I will just use the contact form. Hopefully you can help me further.

    - Robson

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