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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Pesarattu Paniyaram - Leftover Magic

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I had pesarattu few days back and had leftovers of everything, so was thinking what to make out of this and my favorite pan, comes to rescue. I made paniyaram out of leftover batter and stuffing and had it with leftover rasam and sambar. So everything was finish and lunch was done too.

Ingredients :
More than 1 cup of stuffing  Made aachari stuffing using chana , onion and potatoes
1 cup leftover pesarattu batter
1/2 cup rasam
1 and half cup sambar
oil to make it in pan

Method:

First make small balls out of stuffing.
Heat the paniyaram pan , add drop of oil in all holes.
Take one ball and dip it in batter and put it in paniyaram pan.
Cook it on one side and then flip it over and cook on other side.
Make till you done with batter or balls.
I was done with stuffing and still little bit of batter was left.
So made chilla out of it.


Lunch is done and enjoy. How do you use your leftovers?
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23 comments:

  1. that is really innovative... a good way to finish extras...

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  2. What an innovative recipe. Paniyaram looks delicious.

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  3. I love to create new and lazy recipes with leftovers:) Yours is a tasty and good idea. Like the pani and golgappa's is the rasam and paniyaram.

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  4. Its a great idea to use leftovers instead of wasting, you have come up with a nice sweet stuff.

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  5. Crispy and looks interesting leftover recipe.......!!

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  6. beautiful magic with left overs,looks crispy n delish :)

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  7. wat an idea sir g..i mean madam g :D,.....well,i keep my leftovers in fridge and forget :|...otherwise i carry it 4ward 2 nxt day as my breakfast or lunch or sometime like u a magical recipe and my hubby will be like..did u hide that leftover in this food somewhere :(

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    1. Thanks Manjusha, its always fun to read your comments..

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  8. Wonderful way to finish off the left over. love to try this.

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  9. so tasty and creative dish.. love it

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  10. That's a really smart way to use leftovers and then look yum! Thanks so much for linking up with #recipeoftheweek. I've pinned this post to my food board and a tweet will go out later :)

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  11. Nice way to use the left overs ..I usually add tadka, onion or veggies to the left over batter and make pancakes.

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  12. Lovely Linsy!! i love the way you use your paniyaram pan!

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  13. Who will say no to this irresistible dish, definitely not me..

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  14. Looks delicious love it thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. Pinning it.

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  15. These look yummy, great way to use leftovers #recipeoftheweek

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  16. That is delicious and so healthy!!! thanks for sharing this authentic and tasty dish!!
    chowringhee

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