Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Today I am sharing with you all the lip smacking Traditional Paniyaram Recipe . Paniyaram is one of the most famous South Indian breakfast or snack item. Even though paniyaram was originated in Tamil Nadu, it’s become one of most popular breakfast or snack itme in most of South Indian house holds.

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

This deep fried delicacy has many regional variations. But, in Kerala  both the spicy (savoury) and sweet versions of paniyaram is made and the recipe I am sharing with you all is the spicy (savoury) version of it.

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Paniyaram is made from a rice and urad dal batter. To make it spicy, green chilly and a typical South Indian style tempering is also added to it. A thick batter is made from rice and dal and then it is deep fried to crispy in a specially designed mould called “paniyara chatty” or “appa chatty”.

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Do try out this wonderful Traditional Paniyaram Recipe and do let me know how it turned out for you in the comment section below.

Traditional Paniyaram Recipe

Ingredients

  • Raw rice – 200 gms
  • Urad dal – 100 gms
  • Ginger– 1 Tsp, chopped
  • Green chilly- 2 each, chopped
  • Curry leaf – 1 sprig
  • Mustard seeds – 1/2 Tsp
  • Onion– 1 medium, chopped
  • Salt to taste
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Oil to fry

Directions

  1. Wash rice and urad dal.
  2. Soak both rice and urad dal for 2-3 hours.
  3. In food processor, grind together both rice and urad dal to smooth consistency.
  4. Add water little at a time while grinding.
  5. Once the batter is ready, add chopped onion and green chilly and mix well.
  6. In a sauce pan, heat up oil and splutter seeds first and then add curry leaves.
  7. Add mustard leaves and curry leaves to the batter.
  8. Season the batter with salt and black pepper.
  9. Heat appa chatty or paniyara chatty and fill up the mould with oil.
  10. Once the oil is hot enough, pour the mixture and fry.
  11. When crispy , remove and serve with chutney of your choice.

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