Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Mushroom Stuffed Paniyaram

             I love paniyaram a lot and always wish to have varieties in it.When is saw this in Sangeetha's blog,i really loved it and wanted to try asap.So i made little changes to suite our taste and tried it with no delay.  Me and my hubby loved it a lot.





         Kindly adjust with the quality and lightening of the pics and i took in the night and more over some problem with my cam so few pics has turned blurred.

Ingredients :

For Batter :

Dosa Batter 2 cups
Green chillies paste 1/2 tsp
Channa dal 1 1/2 tbsp
Curry leaves Few


For Stuffing :

Mushroom 200gm
Carrot 1 medium size
Potato 1 medium size
Onion 1 no
Tomato Ketchup1/2 tbsp
Mint leaves 8-10 leaves
Coriander leaves Few
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Redchilli powder 1/2-3/4 tsp
Kitchen King Masala 1/2tsp
Salt req
Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
Oil 3-4 tsp


Method :

1. Soak the channa dal in water for around 1-2 hrs and put in the dosa batter.Along with that add the green chillies paste,curry leaves and keep the batter aside.

2. Clean the mushroom and cut the veggies and boil the potatoes and mash it keep aside.

3.In a wok add the oil and mustard seeds and wait till it splutters.Then put the onion and fry till transparent.Now put the mint leaves and carrot in the wok and saute for few min's.





4.Now add the mushroom and saute till the mushroom shrinks.Now add the dry powders,salt and saute till the oil oozes out.




5.Now add the mashed potatoes and saute well.





6.Finally add the tomato ketchup and saute for few mins till the ketchup is nicely coated.Now put off the fire and add the chopped the coriander leaves and mix well.Now take the paniyaram tawa and grease it with the oil and pour little dosa batter and keep the stuffing in the center




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8.Now pour little batter over the stuffing and close with the lid and keep in low medium flame and cook.





9.Once the bottom side of the batter is cooked remove the lid and turn the paniyaram and cook opened.
Serve hot with any kind of chutneys.We had without the chutney as it was tasty with the stuffing itself.





Notes :


1.Since my paniyaram tawa is small so i was able to prepare only small paniyarams and slow it didn't turn out to be round.So if ur having a big tawa then will be able to get round shaped paniyarams and can keep more stuffing in it.

2.If we like we can add the lemon juice also.

3.Can add any veggies of our choice.


Sending this to Radhika's for Lets Cook Scrumptious Breakfast.



Vatsala's friday potluck.



18 comments:

revathi said...

Wow... Royal treatment for the humble paniyarams... Stuffing is very new to me but looks absolutely delicious:) Bookmarked it..
Reva

Kalpana Sareesh said...

good paniyaram for change from usual ones..

Ramya said...

what a great idea:-) never thought of making stuffed paniyarams..this is a treat:-)

Prathibha said...

Nice paniyarams..looks delicious..:)

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow very interesting recipe,love the stuffing...

soujanya said...

very interesting...healthy one...

Vimitha Anand said...

Love paniyaram n the stuffing looks good

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Absolutely love the stuffing. I have to try the stuffed paniyarams too, great idea !!!

Rinku Naveen said...

Yummy looking paniyarams! Nice stuffing..

Neha said...

Paniyarams looks so nice...

sangee vijay said...

Thanx for trying out my mushroom stuffed paniyaram...looks very nice...do visit mine when time permits :)

Kaveri said...

VEry yummy paniyarams dear...

DEESHA said...

Nice recipe. Very unique

aipi said...

How very interesting ~ something I want to try immediately, very nicely done n presented!
USMasala

Prathima Rao said...

Hey...this is so cool...What an awesome idea to serve regualr paniyarams...
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Vidhya said...

Wow what a coincidence,I too tried this yesterday and indeed it was wonderful.

Vatsala. said...

I'm drooling over the stuffed paniyarams.
Thanks for linking it to Friday Potluck.
Invitation for a potluck
Event - FSF Janmashtami and Ganesh Chturthi

Muskaan at A2Z Healthy Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Wow lovely idea of stuffing in paniyaram..interesting...