Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Paal Paniyaram - Chettinad Special

Ingredients:

Raw rice - 1/2cup
Urad dal - 1/2cup
Salt - a pinch
Coconut - 1
Sugar - 5tbsp
Cardmom - 2
Oil for frying

Method:

1 Soak rice and urad dal for 3hrs.Grind it with salt to a smooth paste(like idly batter).
2 Extract coconut milk from coconut and add sugar ,cardmom powder and mix it well.
3 Heat oil in a pan and fry 1tsp of the batter.It should form round balls.
4 Add the fried balls into coconut milk.Soak it for 15 minutes and then serve.

32 comments:

  1. Hi Sree,

    That's a great treat..it is one of my favorites..

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  2. im actually a big fan of chettinad food but have never tried anythin sweet as yet...looks awesome..

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  3. very simple and yummy sree....nice click da!

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  4. Ah this is my most fav...amma used to make it...luv the click makes me drool here :)

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  5. such an easy recipe....nice click too...

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  6. Had these paniyarams long back, very tempting and droolworthy dish..

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  7. adyamayi kelkkukayanu pal paniyaram. nannayittundu thanks for sharing the recipe dear

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  8. interesting recipe... ethu vae kettittilla... But looks great..

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  9. Interesting recipe..never tried this yet but looks super delicious

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  10. wow...Kidilan aytundallo...Eniku cheruthayte vishakunundo ennu doubt :-P

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  11. Feel like grabbing it from the screen

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  12. Mmmm waking up to pal panniaram...looks lovely and delicious.....

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  13. My mouthwaters here by looking at these little, gorgeous paniyaram, very tempting.

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  14. never tried this before...looks delicious

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  15. Pal paniyaram looks delicious. I was planning to make this one.Adipoli

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  16. Looks awesome and soo good...Delicious!!

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  17. I love this one, when i go to my native, my chithi makes it specially for me.. Now i myself can do it easily from your recipe. thanks dear!

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  18. hi sree

    pls check out my blog for a surprise...

    cheers

    roshan

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  19. njan ithu kazhichittilla kto...onny try cheyyanam....kandittu kothiyavunnu..nice click too

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  20. dats yummy looking...n mumbai there is somethg called dahi vada which can be sweet or sour...haven't heard abt this recipe.but worth giving it a try

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  21. ethu kanumbol ente college days ormavarunnu..:) ente friend eppolum konduvarum, adipoli tasteannu...looks super delicious da.

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  22. Never heard of this before..Looks very tasty..Nice picture, Sree..

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  23. Looks so delicious..and it's my favorite...Nice picture..

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  24. Delightful treat. I love it. Its yummy.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  25. It looks so cute floating in coconut milk...wish i could eat few of those...so yummy

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  26. ithu kollaalo sree.. njaan aadyamaayaa kaaNunnathu.. onnundaakki nOkkaNam..

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  27. I tried this, a real treat!!!! Very different dish...

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  28. Nice recipe, this is really yummy. There is nothing to argue about. Keep posting stuff like this i really like it. thank you for sharing this recipe..

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