Friday, July 29, 2011

Rawa Paniyaram|BM#7

Today being Aadi velli kizhamai.I thought of making some sweet for Neivedyam.
Also, since this week is BM week and i chose the theme "cook from cook books".
I was browsing through Mallika Badrinath's book and found this one.
Recipe Source:Mallika Badrinath
Ingredients
Maida 1 cup
rawa 1 cup
sugar 1 cup
milk 1 cup
ghee or oil for frying
cardomom powder 1 tea spoon
cooking soda 1/4 tsp


Method:
Mix maida and rawa with sugar and milk.Keep it aside for 1 hour.
Mix cardomom powder and baking soda just before pouring in stove.
Heat the paniyaram vessel with little ghee in each pit.
Pour the batter in each pit half filled.
cook in medium flame and turn carefully.
Add little ghee if necessary.
when cooked remove from the stove and serve hot or cold.

This measurement gave around 20-24 paniyarams.

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8 comments:

Rujuta said...

Hi Archana,
Nice recipe and click..
Nice running the marathon with you..
Happy Blogging
Rujuta
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harini-jaya said...

that's an interesting paniyaram there..

Pavani said...

Sweet paniyarams look delicious.

kitchen queen said...

yummy and delicious paniyarams.you have a nice blog.you can visit my blog and give ur valuable comments.

Nirmala's kitchen said...

Different paniyaram.Will soon try probably on coming friday.

sabina said...

Love sweet paniyarams...looks delicious

Srivalli said...

Very interesting Archana..nice snack

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