Friday, 25 July 2014

Mixed Millets & Brown Rice Kuzhi Paniyaram /Siruthaaniya Kaara Paniyaram

If you have very tiny quantity of varieties of millets left aside in your pantry and dont know how to finish them, just look at this beauties, am sure they will definitely makes an excellent evening snacks. These paniyarams are more filling,nutritious, satisfying and healthy as well. After making couple of dishes with millets like barnyard millet, kodomillet, foxtail millet,little millet, finger millets,there were some leftovers sitting in my pantry since a while, those millets pulled me to try this interesting combination and trust me you will leave aside some millets just to make this kuzhi paniyarams. Kids love this paniyaram, this finger food can be easily served with anything as side dish, my lil one love his paniyaram without any side dish if they are tempered and spiced with green chillies. Sometimes they love with chutney, am sure kids will definitely finish their plate of paniyaram without any fuss.Sending to Kids's Delight - Healthy Snack Box hosted by Harini,event by Srivalli, Pari's Only - Gluten Free Cooking.



This paniyaram goes for few varieties of millets, but if you dont have varieties of millets, just make simply with a millet. Since i have small quantity of few millets, i combined everything to make this healthy addictive paniyarams. These paniyarams will definitely fill the hungry tummies especially the school going kids, not only these paniyarams are nutritious and none will notice the addition of millets here. Definitely one of the best way to sneak healthy millets. Even aged peoples can have this paniyaram since brown rice is used in less quantity in this paniyaram batter, however this paniyaram suits prefectly for any ages either for breakfast or for evening snacks.You can also add grated veggies to this paniyaram to make more healthy and colourful. This paniyarams are my second post for this week's blogging marathon as i chosed Healthy Snacks for Kids as theme for this week..Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#42. 


1+1/2cups Mixed millets
1/2cup Brown rice
1/2cup Whole dehusked urad dal
1/4tsp Urad dal
Salt
Oil for cooking

Soak the millets,brown rice together for 4 hours, soak the urad dal and fenugreek in an another bowl for 4hours.

Drain the water from urad dal and grind it as fine paste.

Transfer the urad dal batter to a vessel and grind now both the soaked millets and brown rice.

Grind them as bit coarse paste.

Now mix both the urad dal batter with rice- millets batter, add salt and keep aside for overnite.

After fermentation, give a stir.

If you want to add veggies, add it now.

Heat the paniyaram pan, add few drops of oil in the pan, drop a tablespoon of batter, cook in medium flame on both sides until they gets cooked.

Serve warm with chutneys.


7 comments:

vaishali sabnani said...

Paniyarams could be so versatile and beautiful.....and you rock Priya..you know how to use your millets.

Srivalli said...

You surely come out with such innovative dishes Priya..very nicely done..

Sony P said...

Healthy and yummy snack....... Looks crispy !!

Veena Theagarajan said...

healthy paniyaram.. Perfect evening snack or starter

Sona S said...

Innovative and healthy paniyarams, looks delicious.

Tanya Desigan said...

healthy one akka... tempting me to order the paniyaaram pan first :)

Varadas Kitchen said...

Love the use of the appe patra to create these healthy snack with millets. Will definitely try it.