Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Egg Paniyaram

Paniyarams are a tasty treat. It is somewhere between idli and dosa - soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. My family loves paniyaram very much. The other day, I was making paniyarams and started running low on batter. So, I mixed the remaining batter up with a couple of eggs. Oh boy! what a surprise!! the taste was amazing - I guess I didn't know what I was missing before this little adventure :-). From that day onwards I intentionally mix batter with eggs to make egg paniyarams!

[From Left to Right: Regular paniyaram, Puli/Tamarind Chutney, Peanut Chutney, Egg Paniyaram]

For Regular Paniyarams:
Season idli/dosa batter with tempered mustard seeds, urid dal, curry leaves, and few chopped onions. Pour batter mixture in paniyaram pan and cook to make regular paniyarams.


For Egg Paniyarams:
Mix the above seasoned paniyaram batter with 2 or 3 beaten eggs. Set the stove on low to medium heat. Add a few drops of oil in paniyaram pan and pour a heaping tablespoon of batter mixture in paniyaram pan. After a minute or two flip it and cook the other side. Egg Paniyarams are ready to be served.


[Note: All chutneys, sambars will go well with this paniyarams.]

Links: Anthony's curry mela.

22 Comments:

Blogger Inji Pennu said...

Wow! They look like tiny pancakes.
pretty!

Wed Jun 14, 06:39:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Vineela said...

Hi Nila,
Paniyarams are in good color and yummy.
Vineela

Wed Jun 14, 07:24:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Neelu said...

WEll A pretty nice blog going on here, I am visiting ur blog for the first tiem and wish to continue too. Great going !!

Wed Jun 14, 07:57:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Krithika said...

Paniyarams look good. Nice golden color. I am planning to do a post on Vella Appam. Stay tuned :-)

Wed Jun 14, 09:41:00 PM EDT  
Blogger jenjen said...

wow, ive never heard of paniyarams before, they look delectable, little savoury madeleines.

Nice blog.

Thu Jun 15, 05:50:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Puspha said...

Lovely looking paniyarams. Well done.

Thu Jun 15, 07:14:00 AM EDT  
Blogger sudhav said...

Nila thats a nice one, a good variation indeed...Yummy..

Thu Jun 15, 03:24:00 PM EDT  
Blogger sudhav said...

nila, i have tagged u for meme,10 things I miss of Mom’s cooking Meme .Hope u will play it..

Fri Jun 16, 09:57:00 AM EDT  
Blogger archana said...

I have tagged you too

Sun Jun 18, 12:31:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Nila said...

Thank you guys for all your kind words, Its very encouraging.

Mon Jun 19, 05:01:00 PM EDT  
Blogger starry nights said...

they look good.tasty

Sat Jul 01, 10:51:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

Golden Paniyarams!! Loving it , mine came a little reddish, but they are a delight to eat!! Thanks!!

Tue Sep 12, 11:32:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I made some with a filling of ground up coconuts and vegetables (spinach, peas, carrots). Kind of like Danish Aebelskivers (Filled pancakes). Next time I'm going to try egg in batter as well as a kheema and vegetable filling!

Fri Feb 23, 01:20:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow your paniyarams looks very delicious. Am right away rushing to make this paniyaram. See u with my feedback.
Chk here for vellai paniyaram:
http://www.indusladies.com/forums/7556-post98.html

Wed Feb 28, 01:20:00 AM EST  
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Tue May 01, 10:43:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Asha said...

They look delicious ! I always have a craving for these paniyaram.. I love to have any time when they are just hot and crispy.
For those who are looking or searching to buy one, here is the link -
http://www.perfectpeninsula.com/paniyaram.htm
Also try their paniyaram recipes.
http://www.perfectpeninsula.com/recipe/

Thu Aug 20, 04:32:00 PM EDT  
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Blogger meemsnyc said...

These look so delicious! What does the pan look like?

Fri Feb 10, 02:27:00 AM EST  
Blogger sanjana reddy said...

Sounds Innovative. I never heard of egg paniyarams.. must try this.. If you want to try south indian food varities check
South Indian Recipes

Wed Jun 12, 08:02:00 AM EDT  
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