Sunday, September 04, 2011


Kuzhi paniyaram is a savory dish . It looks like small ball with all
Spices and vegetables. It tastes hot, salty, sour, garnished with coriander
And curry leaves.In Southern India we usually make this dish in a particular
utensil.We call it as paniyaram pan. It has small pits.
Paniyaram batter


* Left over idli batter or dosa batter 2 cups
* Salt to taste
* Curry leaves one string
* Coriander leaves finely chopped 2 tablespoons
* Green chillies finely chopped 2 nos
* Ginger one small piece finely chopped
* Soaked Bengal gram dal 3 tablespoons.
* Onion cut finely 1
* Grated Carrot one
* Oil for frying
* Mustard seeds ½ tsp
* Cumin seeds ¼ tsp
* Hing Little
Preparation of paniyaram

Method :

In a kadai heat about 2 tablespoon of oil .
Season with mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Sauté onion , greenchillies till soft.
In bowl take batter add salt ,fried onion, soaked Bengal gram dal,
Coriander leaves, ginger and cumin seeds.
Mix well.
In a paniyaram pan putting ½ tsp oil in each pit and heat it.
When oil is hot put one big spoon full of batter in each pit.
Cover with a lid for few minutes.
Turn over and fry well both sides.
This is a wonderful snack for everybody

Kuzhi paniyaram

Each and every time pour oil,heat it and make paniyarams


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HINDI SMS said...

it looking tasty.

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