Friday, 16 April 2010

Masala Panirayams.



Masala Paniyarams- A tasty snack made from left over Paniyarams, stir fried to make them crispy, garnished with coconut and coriander to give them an added flavour.

Ingredients:

10-12 Paniyarams1 tablespoon grated coconut
3 green chillies finely chopped
2 red dried chillies
3 curry leaves
1 teaspoon sesame seeds
½ teaspoon mustard seeds
½ teaspoon urad dhal
1 teaspoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon fresh finely chopped coriander leaves

Method:

1. Cut the paniyarams in to quarters.
2. Heat the oil in a wok, when hot add the mustard seeds, urad dhal, red chillies and curry leaves.
3. Once they start to splutter add the sesame seeds and paniyaram pieces.
4. Toss and stir fry till paniyaram pieces turns slightly crispy and start to take on golden colour. Add lemon juice
5. Transfer to serving dish, Sprinkle with grated coconut, chopped chillies and fresh coriander.

NB- I used left over methi paniyarams from the previous days meal.

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41 comments:

  1. wow.that's so tempting. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe dear.Nice click too.

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  2. paniyaram is a fav eve snack and your variation looks superb :-)

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  3. Nayna,

    Masala paniyaram looks really yummy.

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  4. Looks so delicious..nice way to use leftovers..

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  5. Nice idea.........that too we have leftovers.

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  6. good variety Nayna. I still have your old link bookmarked, once I have appam pan, I will surely make these.

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  7. Nice recipe and love ur paniyarams too !!

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  8. I never tried this kind of dish....but the temptation of the dish is urging me to try it ....very nice dish....

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  9. what a yummy idea, nayna! scrumptious...

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  10. A great way to have left overs, loved the seasoning

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  11. Great idea to use the left over paniyaramz

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  12. Wow..great idea.very colorful and soo tempting..

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  13. Wow, Nayna masala paniyarams looks fantastic, wat a brillant idea..thanks for sharing..

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  14. I have never had paniyarams..Masala paniyaram looks delicious..

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  15. ooooo Nayna...those look too yummy!!!
    Smitha

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  16. looks great and delicious...innovative idea with left over paniyaram...

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  17. Paniyarams look nice, easy and healthy snack.

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  18. new recipe to me. looks yum :)

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  19. Hmm.. Nice interesting recipe!!!!
    Thx. for sharing :-)

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  20. Good idea for using the batter, no need of chutney...

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  21. Paniyaram looks great dear n makes me hungryyy ur paniyaram,,its beeen long time i had paniyaram,,,rombha tempt pandreenga pa..

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  22. I love paniyaram but somehow it becomes a disaster whenever I make :) Idea of masala paniyaram sounds good :)

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  23. Great way to cook with leftover paniyaram, looks delicious....

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  24. Looks lovely. Nice way of using left overs. This snack can be relished with evening tea.

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  25. Looks lovely. Nice way of using left overs. This snack can be relished with evening tea.

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  26. nice and creative.. looks delicious :)

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  27. These sound like an absolutely super snack i sure would love .....

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  28. Ooo, pretty. And yummy.

    -Sarah.j.s.

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  29. Looks tempting, my mouth is watering! The masala looks a little similar to Dhokla that we make.

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  30. Simply wonderful recipe . I generally wait for such recipes which are unique to me. Thanks for sharing.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  31. nice one....looks delisious..........

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  32. Brilliant variation to the otherwise brilliant PANIYARAMS..... I loved this yummy twist..... Kudos!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  33. Looks yummy...I have never tasted paniyaram's, that tells i'm from north, ha..I have to find this pan now as I've seen it on so many blogs...

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  34. Nice idea, looks great and yummy.

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