Saturday, July 23, 2016

Kara Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe | Chettinad Kuzhi Paniyaram

Chettinad Kuzhi paniyaram is one of those really sinful dishes that you can indulge for any meal of the day. Though it is traditionally cooked and served for breakfast, these days it can be an anytime meal. 

Today's recipe is again from Amma's dairies that have so many recipes that she has noted over many years. As I said it's my goal to make all of those at least once. Cooking from Cookbook is all about discovering recipes from Cookbooks, Dairies, and paper clippings. I seriously wish I get my paper clippings covered as well!

Anyway, these Kara Kuzhi Paniyaram is a Chettinad Special and though we have already so many versions of paniyaram done, the proportion used for this is different from the rest. Mostly leftover Idli/Dosa batter is reprocessed as Paniyarams. That is no doubt wonderful. Yet this different proportion makes the dish all the more delicious.

We make this in Andhra as well. The Guntha Pongannalu is a typical Andhra Style.

Masala Stuffed Urad Paniyaram is the latest dish
Jowar Paniyaram is a healthy version
Kara Kuzhi Paniyaram

Ingredients Needed:

Boiled Rice - 3 cups
Raw Rice - 1 cup
Urad Dal - 1/2 cup
Sago / Sagubiyam - 2 tbsp
Salt - 1 tsp

Wash, change water couple of times and soak all the ingredients for 4 hrs. Then grind to a smooth batter.

Transfer to a wide bowl, add salt and ferment for 5 to 6 hrs.

When ready to make the paniyaram, add finely chopped onions, green chilies and mix well.

Heat the paniyaram pan greased with oil. Pour small ladleful of batter into each hole. Sprinkle oil over it and cover with lid, simmer for 5 to 7 mins.

Remove with the wooden spoon and serve with chutney.

This goes for the July Week 4, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge  Group.


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2 comments :

Foodiliciousnan said...

My neighbours are from Chettinad and they make kuzhi paniyaram every once in a while. And give us some to savour as well. I love them as well as the onion chutney that aunty makes as well. Your version looks so good. I've never made them before. Now to get a paniyaram pan!

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

My all time favorite. Kuzhi Paniyaaram is something I love. Both the savory and sweet one. Love your version.

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