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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

PARUPPU PANIYARAM

INGREDIENTS:

Idli
/ Dosa batter - 2 cups
Gram dhal(Kadalai paruppu) - 1/2 cup
Red chillies - 4
Scraped coconut - 1/4 cup
Hing
Urad dhal - 2 tsp.
Mustard seeds - 1/4 tsp.
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp.
Curry leaves - few
Oil - 1 ladle
Salt

METHOD:

Soak gram dhal in water for 1 hour. Drain the water completely and grind it with little salt and chillies to a coarse paste. Mix it with idli/dosa batter.

Chop curry leaves.

Heat a spoon of oil, add mustard seeds, urad dhal, chopped curry leaves, scraped coconut, hing and turmeric powder. Add this to the batter.
Mix well.


Heat an appakaral or paniyaram mould (ensure medium heat), pour 1/2 a spoon of oil and then the batter. Cover with a lid and flip it to the other side and cook till golden brown and crispy.

Serve with any chutney of your choice.

34 comments :

  1. Never heard of paruppu paniyaram, always hooked up with the usual one! Looks yummy and delicious, as always! :)

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  2. paniyaram looks so perfect and yumm..this version is new to me...can we make this with adai dosai batter.

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  3. No cannot make because, this will be amixed taste of adai, dosai and vadai, diiferent and nice crunchy one

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  4. Perfect and yummy...a real new version to me...

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  5. Nice one..looks very crispy and delicious

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  6. I would like to grab one paniyaram from the cup and have a big bite.They look so nice and tempting.

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  7. Nice variation Shanti, I have dosa batter ready, have to try this one!!

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  8. Lov paniyaram,liked ur version,looks perfect.....

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  9. nice colour n luks mouthwatering.

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  10. It is not only dhal but the seasoning alongwith turmeric that gives the colour.

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  11. Very nice Shanthi... Hope you are doing well.. with your health.
    I need to grab an Appakaral before travelling to London next time.. So tat I can try this.

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  12. Wow!can you pass me some...looks crunchy and yummy!I am going to follow your blog!

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  13. Can have this paniyaram anytime..healthy dish!

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  14. Have tried with dosa & adai batter but never tried adding dal to dosa batter, this looks interesting.

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  15. Looks perfect and yummy!!Would love to have some rite now.

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  16. The paniyaram has cooked perfectly with the right amount of browning. It takes experience to get to know the padham huh??!!! Great Shanthi ji :-)

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  17. never thought about this b4. looks great.. will surely try this////

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  18. Loved the twist in gundponglu (as paniyaram is called in kannada). I will try this next time I make dosa batter.

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  19. Cute and lovely paniyaram....

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  20. Paruppu paniyaram looks new to me shanthi.. but, really tempting!

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  21. Lovely paniyaram. Have never made this. Adding another one to my daily list of tiffin. Thanx for sharing. Following you :):)

    Chitchat
    http://chitchatcrossroads.blogspot.com/

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  22. Hi,
    Stopped to say bye. Have fun blogging and will catch up with ur posts once I find time in India.Have a happy holiday season

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  23. Looks so beautiful and yummy.

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  24. This is very new to me,I make another type with mixed dhal,this sounds good and will try next time when I grind batter!

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  25. Looks yummy! I'm sure will be perfect with coconut or onion chutney! I can eat a whole plate of these!

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  26. Cute paniyaram. looks so delicious.

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  27. Nice version... looks mouth watering :)

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  28. I made it the evening after i spoke to you. Delicious! Usually I add rice flour if the batter is less,adding paruppu made it soft unlike the rice powder ones.

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  29. Hi, usually on sunday evenings my hub and son will expect something to munch while watching TV, will do this today and comment about it tomorrow, bye.

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