Kuzhi Paniyaram

Recipe source: Cham's Kuzhi Paniyaram with changes to suit my requirements

Ingredients (Translation)

Idli batter
1/2 tsp ginger paste
Few curry leaves
Finely chopped coriander leaves
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp bengalgram dal
1/2 tsp blackgram dal
2 tsp oil
2 green chillies finely chopped

Add the tempering of bengalgram dal, blackgram dal and mustard seeds to the batter. Add the rest of the ingredients to the idli batter as well and mix.

Grease the paniyaram stone with little oil and pour the batter to a little less than the full and cook on slow flame. When it starts changing colour to golden brown, use the stick given along with the paniyaram stone to turn it over. Cook for five minutes on the other side as well.

Serve hot with chutney and sambar.
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Happy cook said...

I have had the sweet version never the savoury ones

Vanamala said...

ohhh coooool recipe :)

Pragyan said...

Hi Easycrafts: Love this. Does it taste like Vada? Btw, I love the way you consider our comments as expert views..gives me a kick! :)

Pravs said...

yummy..have been thinking of making this for sometime now...got the pan for it recently.

Cham said...

I like when u said i changed according ur taste buds. When i am inspired I do it the same:)Ur paniyaram came out perfect! U have plenty of south-indian dishes!

Seema said...

These are yum & taste fabulous! With Chutney & Sambhar they r more than breakfast at my place - its Brunch :-)

vimmi said...

Have to get this an on my visit to india. Will it work on electric stoves.

Dhivya said...

wow..kuzhi panayaram..i love to eat..recently i post the same too.pic looks wonderful

Superchef said...

reminded of my days in chennai...thats wheen i got introduced to kuzhipaniyaram!! :))

Meera said...

Wow! They really look very nice.

easycrafts said...

@ Happy Cook...thanks, but i am yet to try the sweet version

@ Vanamala...thanks

@ Pragyan..thanks for the comments, it doesnt taste like vada, but kind of crispy masala idli

@ Pravs...thanks, i too got the new pan just last week

@ Cham...thanks for sharing this wonderful dish..

@ Seema..thanks, we enjoyed it too a lot

@ Vimmi...thanks, i guess u need to ask someone using electric stoves, sorry i dont have any idea about it

@ Meera, Superchef, Meera...thanks all of you for ur views

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