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Monday, June 17, 2013

Stuffed Paniyaram in Rasam

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We dip dosa, idli, medu vada in sambhar or even in Rasam. So why not masala dosa stuff paniyaram in Rasam? Let me know if I am wrong but idea sounds deliciuos and let me tell you its taste even better with side of coconut chutney. I am from Western part of India but somehow I love South Indian food so much, people says I look alike South Indian too. Well I take it as compliments. So in food also I always prefere south vs. north indian food. When I was thinking what to make I thought why not to combine both dishes in one and it was perfect. I am still learning how to make perfect paniyaram so please bear with my pictures.  I got to stuffed paniyaram idea from Julie. so thank you so much for that Julie. Lets start cooking.

Ingredients for Stuffed Paniyaram :

2 cups leftover Dosa batter
2 big boiled and mashed potatoes
1 big onion chopped
2 tsp oil
1 tsp jeera (cumin seeds)
1 tbsp ssambhar powder
salt to taste
corinder leaves for garnish
1 tsp turmeric powder
(you can add frozen peas too, I don't like it so I didn't add it)
few curry leaves

Method:

Heat a pan, add oil in it.
Add jeera and curry leaves.
When Jeera changes the color, add onion in it with salt and turmeric powder.
Cover and cook for five minutes.
Add mashed potatoes and mix it very well.
Add sambhar masala in it and cook for 4-5 minutes.
When done add coriander leaves and lime juice if you prefere.
When its become cold make small balls of stuffing, smaller then your paniyaram size.
Heat Paniyaram pan, add little oil in it and add one tsp of batter in each and add small balls of stuffing in it and cover with one tsp of batter again.
cook till it bubbles and leaves the side and turn over and cook on other side.
Repeat till you done with all the stuffing.

Ingredients for Rasam:

2 tbsp tuver dal
2 chopped tamato
1 tsp tamarind water
2 tsp rasam powder
pinch of hing
pinch of haldi powder
salt to taste

For tempering :
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp oil
few curry leaves and dry red chili
for garnish corinder leaves chopped

Method:
Combine the toovar dal with 1 cup of water and pressure cook for 2 to 3 whistles or until the dal is cooked.
Add the tomato and tamarind water to the cooked dal and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes.
Add the rasam powder, asafoetida, turmeric powder and salt with 3 cups of water and simmer for 8 to 10 minutes.
For the tempering, heat the oil in a pan and add the mustard seeds and curry leaves and red chili. When the seeds crackle, add the tempering to the prepared rasam and simmer for another 4 to 5 minutes.
Garnished with the coriander.
To serve :
Take a bowl , add two big laddle of rasam, add 3-4 paniyaram in it and seve it hot with coconut chutney on side.
BTW this is my first time making Rasam.


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32 comments:

  1. wow!!innovative and interesting..:)ll try these stuffed paniyaram soon..

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  2. Wow! Superb idea,Linsy! I will try this! :)
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  3. Wow Linsy!!so many new ideas these days.

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  4. New idea ....Good work Linsy :)
    Thanks for linking it my events :)
    ShrutiRasoi

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  5. I love Paniyaram very much Nice recipe dear :)

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  6. Very delicious and super stuffed paniyaram...
    Thanks for sharing....

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  7. innovative recipe. am sure it would have tasted delicious.

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  8. Amazing dish and kudos for trying it the first time

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  9. i am definitely gonna do this, Linsy..muah to you. don't know y..but feeling super excited, seeing this post ..haa haa. like sambar -idli..paniyaram - sambar or rasam..whatever..i deinfitely gonna do this ! plz feel free to do drop by my blog too when you get the time.

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  10. Wow.. They look perfect dear.. From North u say, but u make all these south indian delicacies with such ease & love :) Hats off !!

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  11. What an innovation, this is something Im sure no one would have ever thought of! Paniyaram looks perfect, and nicely plated over rasam!
    Kudos to you, Linsy!

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  12. Unique recipe,looks so inviting,love it

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  13. I don't know much about North and South Indian foods. For us, we lump all together as Indian food. This recipe is unique and yes, never seen anything like it before, rasam and paniyaram together. Yet its creative and the outcome is appreciated.

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  14. very innovative Linsy, luv the idea, of panniyaram in rasam and this way indeed gr8

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  15. tempting awesome and inviting recipe.

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  16. New flavor combos... will try like this soon

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  17. Would love to try this one soon! :) Thanks for an idea...

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  18. Yummy!! Wonderful and delicious dish Linsy :-)

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  19. Wow... shows lots of hardwork yaar! And looks nice and is on healthier note too!

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  20. You are so innovative, very very good. The recipe is wonderful!!

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  21. hey indeed an innovative way to make paniyaram !!! stumbled upon ur blog while linking my recipe on Kalyani's blog.Interesting recipes !!

    www.sweetspicytasty.com

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  22. Omg, very unique and innovative dish, cant stop myself drooling here.

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  23. Stuffed paniyaram looks delicious. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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