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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Schezuan Appam

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I was making Chinese food for dinner and dosa batter was out too. I was thinking how does it taste to mix these two flavors. So I add schezuan sauce in to the batter and heat up paniyaram pan. Result are in front of you. Try it and you will discover new way to eat your favorite food. I love to try new flavors so this is for that. Try it and let me know what do you think. Your tea time snack will done in five minutes before even your tea or coffee will done. You can add chopped vegetables cooked in sauce and then add them in batter too.

Ingredients :

1 cup dosa batter
2 tbsp. schezuan sauce (or as per your taste)
1 tsp. oil
salt to taste if batter is not salted.

Method:

Take a bowl, put dosa batter in it. Add schezuan sauce in it and mix it.
Heat a paniyaram pan. Add teaspoon of batter in it and cook on one side and then flip it on other side.
Serve hot with sweet chili garlic sauce or your favorite sauce.





Your favorite tea time snack is ready. Good for party appetizer too. 




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37 comments:

  1. Hi Linsy, this looks yummy and tempting too :) Have a nice day.

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  2. innovative...loved the twist in the dosa batter :)

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  3. interesting twist to the dosa batter...

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  4. I don't think even South Indians use the paniyaram pan this much.Love ur ideas and the appam has come out really well.

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    1. thanks Meena. I just love this pan, its so good to make anything.

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  5. wow !!! u really caught me soo curios to know what is this schezwan appam, dear...interesting twist..lvoely. i at times add, egg, tomato sauce n stuff n make as egg paniyarams. and linsy..thansk a bunch for ur encouraging words on writing...feeling very humbled. Am nothing great in these..jsut that i keep my text very casual, no frills...no glam...as is from mouth..n think, coz of that, its easy for people to associate with me. Hugs to you..and hey.do drop by my pick quicks blog too when u get the time..more of my "writing" is in there, apart from cooking. Hope you be a follower thee, so that we can stay connected beyond the kitchen as well..warm regards..hugs...
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  6. Such an interesting twist..love your energy and enthusiasm.

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  7. That's an innovative idea....guess u should write a book 'thousand recipes from a paniyaram pan' :) am sure it wud've tasted yum !

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    1. Thanks Reni for the compliment, I still have few dishes coming out from that pan.

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  8. wow what an idea linsy ....nice recipe and congratulation now your blog also on foodie...

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    1. Thanks Hetal. What do you mean on foodie?

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  9. very Innovative recipe linsy...Love these!!!

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  10. Nice, good use of the dosa batter and its excellent. An extra punch of sauce oozes out and bring on an innovative recipe.

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  11. Love the twist, innovative recipe.

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  12. hmm I would thinkof it when i m left with dosa batter :).Interesting recipe.

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  13. Wow ! super, mouth watering here.

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  14. Fantastic twist to the humble appams..

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  15. new appam... looks delicious and yummy...

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  16. tats a beautiful snack.. wud lov to try it :)

    Regards,
    Bindu
    http://indianrecipegalleri.blogspot.in/

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  17. great idea...you are posting innovative recipes...thank you for sharing

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  18. Again yet another delecious fusion, keep rocking :)

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  19. awesome twist to the regular appam :) looks super delicious dear !!

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  20. Wow amazing twist to the otherwise simple appam. You have a gr8 space and array of recipes... happy to follow you.

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  21. Innovative recipe. Appams look yummy.

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  22. what an innovative recipe that is. love appes and this twist makes it more tempting.

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  23. nice tempting appam...cute luking..

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  24. Dude, you just took it to another level with schezuan sauce! Love the twist. :)

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  25. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I look forward to trying it out...
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