Nov 9, 2008

VELLAI PANIYARAM RECIPE MARATHON 2 DAY 8

This is a very popular dish in Chattinad and is usually served along with tiffin for guests and during marriages, Here it is, Ingredients :--
Raw Rice - 1 cup
Urad Dhal - A little less then ¼ cup
Salt -to taste
Oil - 3 cups For frying
Method :--
1. Wash and soak the raw rice and urad dhal in water for about an hour.
2. Drain the water and finely grind by adding ½ cup of water now and then.
3. After about 10-15 minutes it will be grinded well.
4. take the batter in to a bowl.
5. Add salt and mix well.
6. Heat the oil in a deep frying pan
7. Pour the batter with a small ladle like spoon.pour some hot oil on it, After a minute it will raise like pooris
8. Now turn to the other side and allow to fry for a minute.
9. Drain the oil and keepit on a kitchen towel for 2 sec.
10. Transfer to a serving plate.
11.don't fry them over like they should be in white colour( mine I have taken my pic. in the night so that colour is because of light.
Serve hot with tomato chutney.

And this is my entry for Srivalli s RICE MELA


22 comments:

Divya Vikram said...

Havent heard of this..I thought paniyaram were sweet dumplings.

rekhas kitchen said...

yeh divya this is not vella paniyaram this is vellai paniyaram in vella paniyaram we use jaggury in this we don't use any sweet.

Curry Leaf said...

New for me.I know kuzhipaniyarams,but this is new.Thanks for sharing

Madhu said...

I am learning so many new dishes from your blog. I guess its like dosa/uttapam.

sowmya said...

I make kuzhi paniyaaram..this one looks like kadai dosai my mom used to make..love it..looks delicious..

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

Well tried Padma. And to dear friends it is not the dosa category, it comes in deep fried category. And is very very yummy a great combo with tomato chutney.

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

I am sorry for the name, it was rekha.

G.Pavani said...

hi,it looks nice and new to me,,

Divya Kudua said...

Yummy...absolutely love those small wonders..we call it appo/appey

Srivalli said...

great paniyaram...but it looks like roti?

DEESHA said...

this is a new dish to me .. looks very nice dear

rekhas kitchen said...

@sowmya
yes sowmya as my dear friend lakshmi says this is not dosai it is a deep fried one
thank to all for lovely coments

Kitchen Flavours said...

Something new to me. Looks gr8 and yummy too.

Bhawana said...

recently I saw paniyaram in someone's blog it was sweet. this is new but it gives a tempting look. nice entry

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. havent heard of this.. looks yummy.. will try it soon..

Roopa said...

Wow I have never heard about this, thats a very good recipe, iam glad it doesnt need fermentation:) So when we put a little oil on top of it, it puffs like a poori is it? Thats wonderful, I have to surely try that one:) Thanks for sharing rekha:)

Priya said...

One of my fav..i love them with spicy tomato chutney...

Sagari said...

very nice recipe

n33ma said...

You always showcase new recipes almost everyday.....wow looks nice.

Uma said...

looks so deliciou Rekha!

Thanks for the word! Nenu enduku tappugaa anukontaanu? Meeru naaku theliyani padam chepparu. I am so happy and added it to the list. thanks once again!

LG said...

a new dish for me rekha, thanks for sharing.

Medhaa said...

this is new to me. looks yumm