Paniyaram from left over dosa batter

This needs a 'Kuzhi paniyaram' skillet which could be available (in USA) in the name of "Pan Cake Puff Skillet". Check out here.

This may not be compared to the original Paniyaram as the recipe is different for that. But its a great snack/tiffin made from leftover idli/dosa batter (Made with Idly rice, I am not sure if this will come good with batter made with Idly Rava.). This tastes best when batter is sour. Comes out real fluffy and tasty

Dosa Batter - 1 cuppChopped Green Chilli - 3 sp
Chopped Ginger - 3 sp
Chopped Onion - 1/2 cup
Cumin - 1 sp
Eno Fruit Salt - 1/2 sp

Grease the skillet with oil and heat.
Combine above ingredients together. Add baking soda/eno fruit salt, mix well.
Immediately Pour the batter in each hole.
Can cook covered / open for about 3-4 mins. (depending on the amount of oil you can use). If you use less amount of oil, close cook for couple of minutes for it to boil well.
Carefully flip the sides for it to cook both sides.
Serve hot with chutney.


Unknown said...

oh you add eno in it..nice tip..looks deliicous..

Sowmya said...

Yes sowmya, Eno fruit salt is a good substitute for Cooking soda. I use it wherever cooking soda is required..

Indian Khana said...

Umm thats quick...adding eno is cool

Pavithra Elangovan said...

Wow paniyaram looks so puffed and soft.. first time to your blog. Your header is so nice and wonderful space here. Keep rocking. will visit often