Vellai Paniyaram- Chettinaad Special



This Chettinaad Special dish is Renuka's version at her Fusion blog. The only change is the use of paniyaram pan to cook the paniyarams instead of frying in oil.

Ingredients

2 1/2 cups of Raw rice
1/2 cup blackgram dal
Salt to taste
Oil

Soak the rice and dal for 1 hour and grind it to a fine paste. Add salt and some water to make it of pouring consistency similar to idli batter consistency.

Put a drop of oil in the paniyaram kal (pan)and pour the batter into it. When cooked on one side, slowly turn it over and cook on other side as well.

Serve hot with sambar/chutney of your choice.

This dish goes to two events- MBP: Easy Breezy Breakfast and to RCI:Chettinaad Vegetarian Cuisine hosted by Srimathi
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16 comments:

Kitchen Flavours said...

Something new to me. Looks gr8.

Trupti said...

paniyaram looks very delicious

sriharivatsan said...

Paniyaram looks perfect and yummy..

Madhuram said...

Check this out EC.

http://indianspicykitchen.com/2009/01/vellai-paniyaram-chettinaad-special/

romaspace said...

This is a quick and easy way to make paniyarams. Thanks for sharing.

Priya said...

Superb..i tried salty version..they looks delicious..

AnuSriram said...

Paniyaram Looks Delicious!

Cham said...

Usually Chettinadu vellai paniyaram is deep fried and very tradition dish. Looks like low fat version ur paniyaram! Good entry

Chitra - spicelover said...

hi , me too planning to post paniyaram:)looks good!!do visit my blog at ur free time!!

Chitra - spicelover said...

hi looks yum...me too palnning to post paniyaram with some variations:)

Meera said...

That looks great. I did not know about RCI - Chettinad. Thanks to you, now, I too will post something soon.

Usha said...

Looks delicious :-)

Namratha said...

Wow, that's a quick dish..!

Superchef said...

i got the paniyaram pan from india this time...this is on my list :)

Mrs.Kannan said...

Paniyaram looks perfect in shape.simple to make..perfect dish 4 the event

omshiv.100008 said...

A yummy and delicious with greate taste. I also have one maggi recipe would you like to enjoy please visit.
http://www.specialindianfood.blogspot.com

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