Sunday, September 18, 2011

Stuffed Paniharam



Ihave some leftover of idly batter and thinking of its use in another way. the idea to make mapaniharam came to my mind as i saw it in many blogs. before this i never tried .I add  onion green chili,ginger and coriander leaves in the batter. .Rresult is super so try it. I think it is very easy recipe and simple so anyone can cook.
Ingredients
idli batter-1cup
onion-1 chopped finely
green chili-1 chopped
ginger-small piece grated
coriander leaves-chopped
salt to taste
oil for fry


Add all the ingredients in idli batter and mix well.Heat the non stick pan of paniharam making.Add very little oil in every space when hot pour batter which cover 3/4.never fill full otherwise batter will overflow. when one side become golden brown fry other side.
Eat with coconut chutney!!!!!
sending to veena's --cooking with leftover

31 comments:

  1. This looks delicious....I bet it taste that good...Yummy..Thanks for the recipe dear...

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  2. Sounds interesting and delicious.. thanks for sharing :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. This is very new to me. Looks nice and yummy. will definitely try. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  4. I tried this we all love it.Its really tasty.The plate makes me drooling.

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  5. This is is new for me. Its looks delicious.

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  6. wow..they look so perfect...my fave..

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  7. New to me too..Looks so delicious...

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  8. Delicious and yummy looking paniharams Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. That's very interesting and looks delicious

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  10. this is yummy i love this dish..

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  11. wow delicious paniyaram,love the recipe...

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  12. looks yum and tasty! easy dish to prepare

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  13. My fav snack for the eve!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. Yummy Paniyarams Santhoji...They look very inviting...
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  15. lovely paniyaram,looks delicious

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  16. Yum yum it looks ~ I could gobble at least 4-5 in one go:)
    USMasala

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  17. So inviting and delicious paniharams..

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  18. awesome.....they look so yummy.

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  19. hi santosh, great idea not to waste batter.
    interesting with those spicy touch-would love to try this out
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  20. WOW...These paniaarams looks delicious...Will make a lovely breakfast...

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  21. lovely paniyarams, i too posted the same recipe today, such a coincidence rt :)

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  22. they look so damn cute..i have forgotten the days ive had them :(

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  24. So tempting paniyarams, looks inviting.

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  25. First time to your blog... you have a very beautiful blog.. The paniyarams look delicious..

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  26. oh.. they look very very delicious.. But I've never seen these before.. so must try!! :-)

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