I wanted to try Oats Paniyaram after trying oats kozhukattai
, A year when I tried oats paniyaram , it became so sticky inside and I was not satisfied at all so didn't post it here.I was little hesitant to try after that.After few months, I saw this recipe
, I gave a try as I was confident with Ramyas recipes as most of the recipes I tried from hers were a hit at home....And as I guessed this oats paniyaram came out soo good, perfect as a snack for teatime.The paniyaram has a slightly crisp edge and soft inside, I loved the texture so much....I bet no one can find you have added oats in it...So what more do you need ?
You actually need no sidedish for this paniyaram but I served with coconut chutney
Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Ingredients
Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Makes : around 15
Quick cooking oats - 1 cup(I used Quaker)
Rice Flour - 3 tbsp
Thick Curd (Yogurt) - 1/2 cup
Baking Soda - 1/8 tsp
Carrot - 1 small grated
Small Onion - 6 chopped finely
Red Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves - 2 tbsp finely chopped
Oil - as required to toast
Salt - to taste
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
To Temper:Cooking Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
Urad Dal - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 2 tsp chopped finely
- Dry roast oats for 2mins do not let the color change, this step is purely optional.Set aside.In a pan heat oil add mustard seeds,urad dal and curry leaves let it splutter.Then add onion and saute till transparent.
- Then add carrot and saute till raw smell leaves, add chilli powder and give a quick mix.In a mixing bowl take roasted oats,saueted carrot onion,rice flour,curd,baking soda and coriander leaves.
- Add required,mix well to form a semi loose batter , like our oothapam batter.Grease the kuzhipaniyaram pan with oil and add a laddle full of the batter in each hole.
- Then cook covered for a minute or until it gets cooked. When the top part looks cooked then turn and cook on other side till golden brown.
Serve as a teatime snack with any spicy chutney of your choice.
- The batter should not too too runny or too thick, it should be in pourable consistency yet spoonable.
- You can add coconut pieces / grated coconut for extra crunch.
Labels: Oats Recipes, Teatime snacks