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Monday, July 11, 2011

Indian Oats Recipes-Khara paniyaram
This is not an out and out oats recipe,but added with lots of  lentils/protein. I tried this paniyaram last week and just loved it…This is somewhat like the khara paniyaram recipe I have in my archive, just that I replaced rice with oats and the taste was really awesome and the paniyarams were so so soft. I don’t make any oats recipes which tastes sweet as I cant even eat two mouths and love to  try different savoury recipes with oats. Have it for breakfast(soak lentils over night),or dinner or even as an evening snack,you will love it!
Oats paniyaram

Oats Paniyaram recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 3 hrs soaking time    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients

Oats 3/4 cup
Toor dal 1/4 cup
Channa dal 1/4 cup
Urad dal & moong dal 1 tblsp each
Ginger 1 inch piece
Red chillies 6 nos
Fennel seed or jeera 1 tsp
Onion 1
Curry leaves 1 sprig
Coriander, chopped 1 tblsp
Asafoetida 1/4 tsp
Salt As needed

Method

  1. Soak dals together for 3 hrs. Take oats,red chillies,fennel and ginger in a mixer and blend until all get powdered well.
  2. DSC_4060 oats,chilli,ginger,fennel
  3. Add the soaked dal to this and grind coarsely(like broken wheat texture),add little water while grinding.
  4. add soaked dal grind coarsely
  5. Mix enough water to get pouring consistency. Add chopped onions,curry leaves,coriander leaves,salt and asafoetida.Mix well.
  6. batter onion,coriander,curry,asafoetida
  7. Heat paniyaram pan,grease it with oil and spoon the batter,cook covered in medium flame. Flip and cook until it evenly turns golden brown.Drizzle oil when ever necessary/desired.
  8. cook flip

Notes

  • Make sure you cook and cover to ensure cooking inside…cook in medium flame.
  • Oats gives a soft texture inside, so don’t think its uncooked,its just soft.

Serve hot with chutney of your choice…

Oats khara paniyaram


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82 comments:

  1. You seem to experiment a lot with Oats!!Paniyaram looks chubby!!

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  2. Hey Raks
    very healthy one, perfect for the breakfast.
    I too make the super fast Paniyaram, with fine semolina, oats and curds. you can make it within 15 minutes.
    forgot to post the recipe, will do soon.

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  3. Hi Raji... i too don't like sweet oats & always look for some savory recipes of oats... this sounds interesting & delicious... will this be sticky inside as oats have a gelatinous texture?

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  4. Very interesting and healthy recipe Looks so good Will try it for sure. Love all types of paniyarams... YUM!

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  5. Divya it wont be sticky definitely, as dal is more than oats,instead its more soft inside...

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  6. Oats paniyaram looks nice...good 2 see oats in a new form...as nivedita said I also make it with sooji,oats n curds wid few veggies, but this version sounds interesting too..:)
    I too have similar show pieces which u used in d pic..n guess wat?? I bought them in singapore itself.ha ha..:)

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  7. sounds good with oats..never tried paniyaram except with the dosa batter..time to do something different..

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  8. Wow thats a very good try with oats..i shd def try this. This is some wat like adai batter with oats i like the flavors..

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  9. Wow oats paniyaram looks superb.......paniyaram is one of my very fav dish.that too with oats is dfntly a healthy one.

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  10. nice healthy tasty paniyarams...oats is a nice twist to the traditional paniyaram.

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  11. Raji...these paniyarams look so drool worthy...:) Love the doll in the pic :)

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  12. Ada super ah iruke paaka :) Loving this idea :) Idha vadamaari kooda podalam I guess. Very interesting and yummy :)

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  13. Oats dhal paniyaram looks very interesting....sure protein rich food. I like oats in any form so these paniyarams are sure on to my todolist. I like oats both sweet and savoury and ur clicks tempt me to take a bite :)

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  14. They look very soft and porous. Oats for breakfast, cooked in porride is quite boring when eaten regularly. This one is excellent variation and filled with the nutrition of legumes too.

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  15. A healthy and interesting recipe...looks delicious

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  16. Looks yum n healthy ...nice recipe

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  17. Very interesting recipe,loved it...cute presentation.

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  18. What a great recipe:-) This one really deserves 5 stars:-) Never seen a better savory recipe using Oats..Soo craving for some right now:-)

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  19. Very interesting...oats paniyaram def innovative never tried..looks very tempting n protein packed indeed

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  20. I know it has been so long since I visited you :)
    So glad to see the varied recipes flowing along in much creative ways!!! :)

    Keep rocking ,girl! :)

    Love the white template with yellow borderlines..the header too..gives an overall dreamy/dainty look :)

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  21. A very healthy version of paniyaram. A definite one to try

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  22. Great healthy recipe. As soon I saw your picture , I thought it to be paruppu paniyaram and the procedure is superb.

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  23. Healthy and protein packed recipe... Looks yum and colorful...

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  24. I love this recipe. perfect for my cardiac patient father. lovely clicks.

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  25. Adding oats sounds interesting,delicious and healthy paniyaram.

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  26. wow very healthy and yumm recipe...thanks for sharing.....

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  27. What a great oat recipe ~ perfect for a guilt free indulgence!
    US Masala

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  28. Good one raks, love the addition of oats. What I di is substitute U Dahl with oats, next time will try your version.

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  29. they look so cute Raks .. so crisp & yumm

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  30. Wow... what a creative way to use oats... very healthy and looks very delicious!

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  31. Nice recipe...I have started to try Oats recipe...Mom makes varieties of oats dishes...Today she made oats porridge...and I am yet to make oats pongal and upma...I shall try paniyaram soon :) Thanks Raji

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  32. Ahh..damn delicious Raks..They r in perfect shape and its oats..love it

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  33. love this recipe Raks. Big fan of kara paniyaram, im sure it will taste great with oats in it! :)

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  34. Paniyaram looks very appetizing...interesting recipe too.

    Aaha Oho

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  35. Wow, Oats paniyaram come out well, its very nutrition receipe too. Today i'll try it.

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  36. That doll is cute Raji! It attracts the eyes more than your paniyaram! ;)

    Nice twist with usual adai ingredients..healthy breakfast. Will try it soon!

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  37. Looks like oats vadai made healthy :) Your kuzhi paniyaram recipe has been a favorite. Will try this one as well.

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  38. OMG!! im a big fan of paniyaram.. i dnt have that vessel to make it.. bt still remember my coimabatore cnteen wr i alwayz order paniyaram

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  39. wow!!perfect n healthy paniyaram! nice presnetation n probs looks gud!

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  40. wonderful recipe Raji ...looks so delicious!will try this soon ...Thanks for the apprecation for my artwork:)

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  41. These look too yummy! Also I tried your kaara buns and they turned out fab :) cheers, priya

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  42. wow...
    sounds interesting dear...
    Bookmarked it :)

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  43. This is one yummy and healthy dish.. Looks great. I have to try this out :)

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  44. Wow, this is one healthy dish, lovely clicks, as always, I definitely am going to try this out, my H might like this as it is more like adai with all lentils and includes oats!!, thanks for sharing

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  45. Hey Raji,got a question..is the chutney with paniyaram is the red garlic chutney from Vada-pav Recipe?

    Chilli powder appadiye poda sollirukkeengka,raw smell varathaa chutney-la?

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  46. Yummo and nutritious. Looks very tempting

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  47. o woowwwwwwww thats a protein packed low carb paniyaram raji...looks super YUMM :)

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  48. I'm going to make pakodas with this batter for the kids. hope it comes out great.

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  49. Could you please change the link colors too replacing the present one with some bright color.

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  50. Cute paniyarams. Adding oats sounds interesting. Nice clicks

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  51. wow...can yu send me some...really tempting..;p
    Tasty Appetite

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  52. Decadent paniyaram raks, eye catchy presentation dear.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  53. I have to try more paniyarams now, this recipe looks superb.

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  54. What a cute, healthy and delicious looking snack..love that skillet..

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  55. Mahi, Yes ahde chutney dhan, chilly powder smell varala as we use loads of garlic :)

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  56. Looks delicious and cute.

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  57. yummy paniyaram to snack on delicious

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  58. So yummy and delicious paniyaram,looks simply superb.

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  59. You have a lovely blog and the paniyaram looks soft and puffy. Good idea to eat oats in different way instead of daily porridges.

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  60. An absolute delight, Raji. This one is a winner in snack.

    Lite Bite

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  61. Hi I tried this today... But hv a question... Only the outer layer was cooked ...inside it was not cooked...then I made it as small adai ...any suggestions for this...

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  62. Hi rev, please refer to the 'Notes' Section...Do try again and let me know.

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  63. Looks fabulous..hv some guests cmg ovr..will try then..also, how many paniyarams approx these ingredients size make?..so I can adjust accordingly for the guests...

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  64. For the above mentioned measurements,10 -12 paniyarams priya. I for got exact numbers. But sure around that...

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  66. wow...looks so delicious! This is my weekend special :). Thanks for sharing.

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  67. Hi This is looking simply great and love you watch out blog...... thanks for the wonderful recipes.

    Rgds
    Geetha

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  68. hey raks this website is very useful...thank you so much..... :)

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  69. its very useful thank you somuch... :)

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  70. hey raks this website is very useful...thank you so much..... :)

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  71. very nice recipe, i tried and it came out well, thank u soo much...

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  72. hai racks i tried this recipe it came out well every one liked it soo much....:)

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  73. simply awesome..........

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  74. Tried this recipe... and tasted very good... posted in Tried and tasted even too... can't pass my day without having a look at ur look at least once a day..

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  75. hey...can we make this immediately or do we need to give it time to ferment? wharf about your other paniyaram recesses do they need to ferment as well?

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    1. If possible just let it sit for 2-3 hours. Thats it. No need to ferment.

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  76. looks delicious and good presentation

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  77. Do we need to deep fry it? And my paniyaram pan is a new one...so when I make anything(appam or paniyaram)it sticks into the pan....can u suggest a solution for this?

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    1. Add lots of oil for first few times. Never use soap/ any kitchen cleaning/ vessel cleaning thing to clean for some time, there should be oil in the pan all the time. It should not get dry. Wash the rice you are going to cook everyday and pour the water you drain over the paniyaram pan. My mom says that will make it useable sooner. again, Use lots of oil that will help. You can make adai with the same batter, you can try that for emergency.

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  78. Hi, I love following your recipes, I've learned a lot from here. I just noticed your image for this recipe has a masaai statue next to the dish. It was a pretty cool image. That's originally from Africa, and that's where I belong.

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