Nov 19, 2014

Instant Wheat Kara Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe / Gothumai Paniyaram Recipe


When i was checking out my recipe index, i found that i haven't posted much of kuzhi paniyaram recipes. Even though i make different kinds of it very often, because kuzhi paniyaram is my favourite

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I use my non stick kuzhi paniyaram pan, it is my favourite. Because you can experiment with any of your own kuzhi paniyaram in this and it will make sure it comes off easily without sticking..This is my recent experiment and i loved it to the core..


Hope you will try this out and let me know how it turned out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 to 3 mins per batch
Serves : 2

Ingredients:

Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup
Sooji / Bombay Rava - 1/2 cup
Curd / Unsour Yogurt - 1/2 cup
Water - 1 cup or as needed
Salt to taste
Eno Fruit Salt - 1 tsp (if using baking soda, use 1/2 tsp)
Oil as needed for frying paniyaram

For Seasoning:
Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds / Kaduku - 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam - 1 tsp
Onions - 1 medium size chopped finely
Curry leaves  a sprig
Green Chillies - 1 chopped finely

Method:

Take wheat flour, sooji, curd, salt in a bowl. Add water slowly to make a little thick batter.

Heat oil in a pan, add in all the ingredients given for seasoning. Fry for a min.

Pour this over the batter and mix well. 

Now add in eno fruit salt and mix well. It will get frothy now.

Heat your paniyaram pan with oil. Spoon some batter in and fry till the bottom crisp up. Flip over and cook.

Remove and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Take wheat flour in a bowl


add in sooji


add in thick curd / yogurt


add some salt


pour in water


make it into a thick batter


Heat oil in a pan


add in mustard seeds


add in some cumin seeds


add in onions, curry leaves and green chillies


saute for a min


add in onion mix in


and some chopped coriander leaves


mix well


now take a packet of eno fruit salt


cut open the packet


add it in


mix well..look how frothy it is 


batter done


heat oil in a paniyaram pan


spoon batter in


cook till the bottom crisp up


flip over


cook for few more min


done


serve with tomato chutney or coconut chutney

32 comments:

  1. paniyaram looks fluffy.

    where did u get the big paniyaram pan.i can get only small pan.

    regards
    durga.

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  2. Looks heatlhy an we use wheat rava rather than sooji rava?

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  3. @Vasanthaapiriya CVYes i think u can use..but powder it finely and use it.

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  4. @Vasanthaapiriya CVYes i think u can use..but powder it finely and use it.

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  5. @Vasanthaapiriya CVYes i think u can use..but powder it finely and use it.

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  6. can u please give me the link.i want to buy it.

    regards
    durga.

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  7. @durga kalyanNot sure, whether it is available now. I got it years back. you can search in ebay and yebhi.

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  8. thank u for the reply.

    durga

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  9. Hi arthy..
    Can u post chicken momos recipe pls...

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  10. Tried this for my kitty party tea snacks,came out really very well...everyone liked it very much.Got a lot of appreciation,recommended your site to everyone to try all your recipes....Thank you very much for a wonderful recipe!

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  11. Can i make it in an ordinary non stick pan?

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  12. @naureen kazimyou can make as dosa in a normal pan..

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  13. Hi aarti mine came out well but it was not getting cooked in the center even when cooked in low flame. Can you tell me y....

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  14. Just awesome because my daughter loved it

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  15. @Sowmya Shankarthe batter is too runny i hope..make it thick

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  16. hello i'm from Pakistan and i dont have pan so wat can i do ?can i fry like pakora plz rply
    and plz make cream puff pastery....

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  17. @AnonymousNo no, frying is not a good ideas..u can make it like dosa / uthappam.

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  18. Can we make this in a non stick cupcake pan?

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  19. Hi thanks for giving such a new version of paniyaram made using wheat and sooji...will prepare it and give u the feed back

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  20. Hi Arthi, I love all your recipes.. Love your presentations as well.. :)
    I wanted to ask if can make idlis out of this batter since I don't have this kind of pan..

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  21. @Ranjan MejariI haven't tried it so far. I think u can make uthappam. but idli should try it before i reply u

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  22. Can we omit eno salt in wheat paniyaram?

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  23. @Aarthy Biotecheno salt or baking soda gives the fluffy texture. If u omit it it will be dense

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  24. Did today with some variation on spices.came out well and tasted too good.thanks for the easy recipe

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  25. Wow arthy... Tried this paniyaram and it came out so well... I have been following you for a long time. Now couldn't stop myself from commenting. Thanx for the awesome simple recipie...

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  26. Wow arthy... Tried this paniyaram and it came out so well... I have been following you for a long time. Now couldn't stop myself from commenting. Thanx for the awesome simple recipie...

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  27. Tried this recipe and it came out well. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  28. Can i keep the batter in fridge and prepare the next day

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  29. The paniyarams came out crisp on the outer coat and fluffy inside. Thank u for this yummy and healthy recipe.

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