Monday, August 12, 2013

LoR - 06 Egg paniyaram

Left over Remake - 06
 
 
Tired of the regular Dosa's and Idli's ? This is indeed a quick and interesting makeover for the last spoonfuls of the dosa batter, and sure kids will like it.
 
You need :
Dosa batter - 1 1/2 cups
Eggs - 2 large/3 small
Shallots - 5/6, cut small
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Green chillie (optional, I have used pepper powder in here)
Salt - again, to taste, as the dosa batter already has salt in it.
 
To make:
Break an egg into a bowl.  
 
 
Well, this was a small sized one...
 
 
"Pick HIM'?? sorry deary...I need both of you!
 


Beat all the 3 eggs, add the cut shallots, pepper powder, turmeric powder (for a more deeper yellow colour) and salt (only if required).
Mix and to this, add the dosa batter. Mix again.
Heat the paniyaram pan with few drops of oil in each hole.
Can substitute oil with butter or ghee if for kids (the skinny type)


Scoop in the dosa-egg batter into each hole to about 3/4 th full.

 
Turn over till cooked on both sides.
 
 
Soft, tasty and healthy paniyarams best served hot with tomato ketchup or any chutney of your choice.
 
 Click here to go to the previous post  in the Left over remake series - LoR - 05
 
Original Recipe source : from here
 
 



46 comments:

  1. Hi Sona, that's look good and inviting. You're very creative and innovative. Love the egg-cellent pics, they are cute especially the egg that 'cough' out the yolk. LOL

    Thanks for sharing, love your creative posting.
    Have a wonderful week ahead.

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    1. am i not really happy that u reached in here first !! thanks a lot, Amelia ..keep connected :)

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  2. those paniyaram looks fabulous , I am always amazed with your presentation. kudos !
    liked yuor fb page too!

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  3. Hi Sona, love paniyaram, your eggies, and your imagination.

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  4. Sona, your idea is totally great dear, enjoyed your photographs as well as egg paniyaram. Healthy and delicious.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/08/illish-macher-matha-diye-kochu-shak.html

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  5. The paniyaram looks awesome, I love the cute egg faces...

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  6. Such cute eggs.. :) i wish this dish was without eggs..
    Keep in touch,
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com
    http://instagram.com/beingbeautifulpooja

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  7. Paniyaram looks delicious.

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  8. What a cute sense of humor and creative ways to come up with new dishes. Love it. As school's starting in 15 days, this might be a great lunch for the boys.

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  9. Sona... nice and funny photographs :). Paniyaram looks so delicious....
    u r so creative....
    http://remyasbaking.blogspot.in/2013/08/parotta-and-chilly-chicken.html

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  10. Good idea and lovely paniyaram

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  11. I love those 2 eggs :) yummy paniyarams..

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  12. I love food that is served in mini portions of in mini avatar. The paniyaram looks really cute and delicious.

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  13. Yummy paniyarams...the pics of the eggs is funny :)

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  14. Cute and addictive paniyarams, cant have a plate anytime..

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  15. Sona,Love the way u add ur touch to every dish and make it special.
    Why do u make egg look so yucky every now and then :))
    Paniyaram kollam ketto.

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  16. Cut and yummy paniyarams Sona.. Pass me some.. Please collect your ABC Award from me dear... http://kitchenserenity.blogspot.in/2013/08/two-awesome-blog-content-abc-awards.html

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  17. Oh poor egg. Why o why you had to break it? They look so sad. Love the whole post including recipe.

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  18. paniyaram look delicios! oh eggs in your kitchen are so cute... :)

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  19. Good use of the balance batter for the inviting and delicious paniyaram.

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  20. Nice imagination.loved the recipe.

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  21. Lovely recipe and hilarious post!! The poor eggs ;)

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Monday, August 12, 2013

LoR - 06 Egg paniyaram

Left over Remake - 06
 
 
Tired of the regular Dosa's and Idli's ? This is indeed a quick and interesting makeover for the last spoonfuls of the dosa batter, and sure kids will like it.
 
You need :
Dosa batter - 1 1/2 cups
Eggs - 2 large/3 small
Shallots - 5/6, cut small
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Green chillie (optional, I have used pepper powder in here)
Salt - again, to taste, as the dosa batter already has salt in it.
 
To make:
Break an egg into a bowl.  
 
 
Well, this was a small sized one...
 
 
"Pick HIM'?? sorry deary...I need both of you!
 


Beat all the 3 eggs, add the cut shallots, pepper powder, turmeric powder (for a more deeper yellow colour) and salt (only if required).
Mix and to this, add the dosa batter. Mix again.
Heat the paniyaram pan with few drops of oil in each hole.
Can substitute oil with butter or ghee if for kids (the skinny type)


Scoop in the dosa-egg batter into each hole to about 3/4 th full.

 
Turn over till cooked on both sides.
 
 
Soft, tasty and healthy paniyarams best served hot with tomato ketchup or any chutney of your choice.
 
 Click here to go to the previous post  in the Left over remake series - LoR - 05
 
Original Recipe source : from here
 
 



46 comments:

  1. Hi Sona, that's look good and inviting. You're very creative and innovative. Love the egg-cellent pics, they are cute especially the egg that 'cough' out the yolk. LOL

    Thanks for sharing, love your creative posting.
    Have a wonderful week ahead.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. am i not really happy that u reached in here first !! thanks a lot, Amelia ..keep connected :)

      Delete
  2. those paniyaram looks fabulous , I am always amazed with your presentation. kudos !
    liked yuor fb page too!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi Sona, love paniyaram, your eggies, and your imagination.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Sona, your idea is totally great dear, enjoyed your photographs as well as egg paniyaram. Healthy and delicious.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/08/illish-macher-matha-diye-kochu-shak.html

    ReplyDelete
  5. The paniyaram looks awesome, I love the cute egg faces...

    ReplyDelete
  6. Such cute eggs.. :) i wish this dish was without eggs..
    Keep in touch,
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com
    http://instagram.com/beingbeautifulpooja

    ReplyDelete
  7. Paniyaram looks delicious.

    ReplyDelete
  8. What a cute sense of humor and creative ways to come up with new dishes. Love it. As school's starting in 15 days, this might be a great lunch for the boys.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Sona... nice and funny photographs :). Paniyaram looks so delicious....
    u r so creative....
    http://remyasbaking.blogspot.in/2013/08/parotta-and-chilly-chicken.html

    ReplyDelete
  10. Good idea and lovely paniyaram

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love those 2 eggs :) yummy paniyarams..

    ReplyDelete
  12. I love food that is served in mini portions of in mini avatar. The paniyaram looks really cute and delicious.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Yummy paniyarams...the pics of the eggs is funny :)

    ReplyDelete
  14. Cute and addictive paniyarams, cant have a plate anytime..

    ReplyDelete
  15. Sona,Love the way u add ur touch to every dish and make it special.
    Why do u make egg look so yucky every now and then :))
    Paniyaram kollam ketto.

    ReplyDelete
  16. Cut and yummy paniyarams Sona.. Pass me some.. Please collect your ABC Award from me dear... http://kitchenserenity.blogspot.in/2013/08/two-awesome-blog-content-abc-awards.html

    ReplyDelete
  17. Oh poor egg. Why o why you had to break it? They look so sad. Love the whole post including recipe.

    ReplyDelete
  18. paniyaram look delicios! oh eggs in your kitchen are so cute... :)

    ReplyDelete
  19. Good use of the balance batter for the inviting and delicious paniyaram.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Nice imagination.loved the recipe.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Lovely recipe and hilarious post!! The poor eggs ;)

    ReplyDelete