Thursday, January 28, 2010

Karappam / Masala Paniyaram

Here's a very simple snack with your leftover idli batter to add some excitement to your tea time. With or without chutney they are sure to taste good bringing more smiles to everyone in the family.

Ingredients
Left over Idly batter: 1 cup
Onions(finely chopped): 1/3 cup
Green chillies (chopped): 2-3
Ginger(finely chopped): 1 teaspoon
Curry leaves: a few torn up
Coriander leaves: a few torn up
Cumin seeds: 1 teaspoon
Asafoetida: a pinch
Salt to taste
Pepper powder to taste

Mix all the ingredients except for the batter nicely. Then, add it to the idly batter. Mix well while checking for the salt and spice levels.
Heat oil in a unniappam pan, pour out the batter into the little pockets.Turn it to evenly cook on both sides and become golden brown.













Serve hot with any kind chutney for your evening cup of tea.

50 comments:

  1. wow this looks super delicious!

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  2. A family fav..I make this whenever I have some leftover batter ..This looks great :-)

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  3. wow!.. lovely masala paniyarams :)... yummy!.. I love all kinds of paniyarams!! :)

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  4. This is new 4 me...Shud try soon...Nice clicks

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  5. looks really good,adding onions is really new...Nice one...

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  6. Looks great and yummy yummy...

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  7. looks sooo delicious and tempting.

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  8. just had a looks at most of the recipes..you have a great blog and I especially enjoyed your bakes and desserts..

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  9. looks perfect and yummy..nice blog..thank you for visiting my blog....

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  10. waw.......its superb.....looks so yummy...nd thank u so much for visiting my blog.......

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  11. Bumped in here for the first time,loved this a lot..

    This looks fabulous n delicious....

    Njoy blogging n Happy cooking..

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  12. Hey,
    Love the Paniyaram. Looks yummy. I have one drafted to be published soon as well. I guess its the month of Paniyaram in just about everyone's kitchen. :)

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  13. Slurp!!Slurp!! I can finished that bowl within seconds..deliciously mouth-watering:)

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  14. Wow! delicious..love this paniyaram..very tempting..nice picture :-)

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  15. Paniyaram looks delicious and inviting ! First time here you have a cool space...

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  16. nice clicks..looks super yummy!!!!

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  17. You make me so hungry! Looks mouthwatering and lovely clicks!

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  18. Thanx for visiting my blog!!Paniyaram looks crispy and delish..Mouthwatering!!

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  19. My all time fav, made it last week wanted to post it by they were all gone as soon as they came out of the pan... I make it a lil different... but ultimately the final result is what matters looks great!!!

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  20. masala paniyaaram look absolutely great, i 'd love them as they are
    but with some coconut chutney and a cup of tea, it would be a royal tea time :):) have a nice week end!!

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  21. Love savoury paniyaram, they are just perfect for tiffin:) Looks too good:)

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  22. Lovely.. my friend gulmohar/namitha has posted on on our site.. The paniyarams looks very good.

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  23. thanks for visiting my page. your space looks awesome with great collection of recipes.
    I only came to know about paniyaram once I started blogging. looking at these cute little balls am temted to buy one.

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  24. Perfect weekend breakfast. Love it on a lazy Sunday morning.

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  25. hey..thanks for stopping by at my blog and appreciate your comments !! following you too !!!

    these appams looks so inviting !!

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  26. wow they looks so yummy, the best thing is they are not deep fried so more healthy option..

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  28. My fav snack!! Simply delicious.. You have made me drool ;)
    Hey thanks for visiting my blog; you guys have a great space here.. Will be back often!

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  29. Hey you have got a nice space here ! Loved your idea of using leftover idlis for another yummy snack !
    You might find me often around :)

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  30. Hi. Thanks for following my blog and now I am here to explore urs. This is a favorite in my family and I also use my left over dosa idli batter like this.
    will keep visiting often.

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  31. Lovely paniyarams...just love them.

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  32. This looks amazing but where can I get this special pan ? Thanks for dropping by my blog.Your comments and visits are well appreciated.

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  33. thanks everyone for visiting our blog and we really appreciates all the comments we received.

    @simply.food in kerala we use this special pan to make unniappam, we got it from India. But if you want to buy it from US, its available in perfectpeninsula.com as panniyaram pan.

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  34. Wow!!! this looks so yummy...I always do the same with the leftover batter:) following you 2 girls:)
    Cheers
    Rachana
    rachanakothari.blogspot.com

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  35. hi,
    u guys have a wonderful blog...i always wanted to make authentic kerala dishes..i found them in ur blog...will try one by one & let u know

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  36. You have a delicious blog here! Good work!

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  37. and please do collect the award I have for you !!!

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  38. Karappam is a new dish for me. Looks delicious and tempting. Thanks for this wonderful recipe.

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  39. As much as I would love to make this yummy dish, I have to first go and buy a pan!!

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  40. hi, friends, what a lovely idea, I do not have anybody like this!!, I envy you girls, I have fallen in love with photographs, I always look at every body's blogs before I go into the recipe, as my photographs are so so poor in health!!, If I am lucky and cook something in the morning and their is sunshine my photographs come out well, if not :(, first time here loved your blog, it is very eye catching,
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such lovely comments please do visit again and I will too..., it means a lot to me thank you dear.

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  41. wow! that's looking yummy!

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  42. Hi..i just stumbled upon your blog and this recipe caught my eye. I have tried out the same. do check my blog

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  43. I too have my version of masala paniyarams, tasty isnt it?

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  44. Hi,

    I have been meaning to make these. We call them "Gunta Ponganallu" in Telugu. Can you please tell me where to look for those pans?

    Appreciate your help!
    -Manasa

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  45. @Anonymous thanks for visiting our blog. We bought the pan from India.. but you can check websites which sells Indian kitchen items.. or you can check Indian stores nearby...

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