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Friday, June 21, 2013

Rava Paniyaram (Sweet)


Blogging has got me a lot of good friends. One such wonderful friend is Shama Nagarajan . Today is her  birthday. Happy Birthday, Shama!! We friends have decided to throw a virtual birthday party to her. Each of us have picked one sweet dish from her blog and are giving this virtual treat to her. I picked Rava paniyaram from her blog.
This is a sweet version of rava paniyaram. It is very easy to make and delicious and is ready in minutes. The original recipe involved deep frying but I mostly avoid deep fried stuff, so made them in the paniyaram pan/ aebleskiver pan. 

Sweet Rava Paniyaram


What are the ingredients needed?

Rava/sooji 1 cup
All purpose flour, 1/2 cup
Sugar, 1/2 cup
Cardamom Powder, 1/4 teaspoon
Baking soda, a pinch
Oil, as required.

Inippu ravai paniyaram

How it is made?
  1. Soak rava in water for 10- 15 minutes.
  2. Then mix all the ingredients and prepare the batter. Take care the batter is not too thick or watery.
  3. Heat the paniyaram pan, pour oil in each mold and pour the batter, cook in low flame, turn it to the other side cook till its done.
  4. Remove from the pan and serve it warm.
Notes:

  • As per the original recipe you can deep fry the paniyaram too. Heat oil, then pour the batter in the oil, fry till it is golden brown and serve.
  • You can adjust the sweetness, as per your preference.

Do check what Priya Suresh Akka, Sangee Vijay and Manjula Bharath have cooked from Shama's blog for the treat too.

24 comments:

  1. What a sweet gesture literally ! Happy birthday shama !

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  2. Super delicious rava paniyaram, lovely treat for Shana...

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  3. Paniyarams looks damn cute and spongy,thats a brilliant idea of using paniyaram pan Sis, wonderful virtual birthday treat to Shama.

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  4. Thank you divya...such a wonderful surprise ...love you all.

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  5. Wow! Great recipe.. Paniyaram looks awesome Divya :-)

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  6. looks spongy and extremely Super Divya, Gorgeous

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  7. wow...they are simply drooling me to pick...

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  8. Very delicious and easy paniyaram..

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  9. this is one of my fav sweet, liked the idea of using paniyaram pan..rava paniyaram looks so spongy n tempting...lovely virtual treat to Shama :)

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  10. Perfect looking paniyaram.. Yummy !!

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  11. Looks so wonderful, happy birthday shama!

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  14. wow its so yummy n crispy looks aks.. one my favorite...

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  15. I wouldn't mind this at all, dunked in some milk or coconut milk. Yummm

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  16. wow looks Spongy & cute rava paniyaram.
    Happy birthday shama

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  17. thats a beautiful visual treat divya :)

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  18. Super delicious and spongy paniyaram. Yummy Too. Belated happy birthday to Shama.

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