March 12, 2011

Sorugham / Jowar / Chola Paniyaram | Jowar Recipes


Jowar / White Cholam/Sorghum
2 cup
Parboiled Rice / Idly Rice    
1 cup
Black Gram Dal / Urad Dal 
¾ cup
Fenugreek Seeds
1 tbs
To taste

1. Wash the Jowar thoroughly and soak for 8 hrs.
2. Wash the rice and urad dal, soak them separately for 3 hrs.
3. Grind the dal to a fine thick paste.
4. Grind the rice to half ground level and then add Jowar.
5. Mix both pastes together with salt.
6. Add a little water if necessary.
7. Cover the batter and keep it aside for 8 hrs for fermentation.
8. Heat the kuzhi / kuli paniyaram pan, pour few drops of oil and pour this batter only upto ½ of the kuzhi [depression]. Cook it in medium flame.
 9. After few mins, turn them to the other side and cook well until it becomes golden color on both sides.
      Serve this paniyaram with Tomato Kururma.


Vimitha Durai said...

That looks yum... would be great with chutney

Rani acharyulu said...

Healthy Jowar paniyaram.I noted this recipe.Thanks for sharing.

Priya Sreeram said...

paniyaram looks great !

Nandita SS said...

This is such a healthy and tasty recipe. Thanks for sharing :)

Prema said...

Healthy version of paniyaram,luks delicious...

Archana said...

I have never made these with jowar. Must try.

divya said...

looks healthy and delicious dear...

Harini said...

these look good..but was wondering.. did they puff like the regular ones? was there an after taste of jowar?

Harika baratam said...

They look yummy. It is really a new dish for me.

KrithisKitchen said...

Paniyarams are all time fav... Looks yummy.

Priya dharshini said...

Corn paniyaram luks delicious...New and innovative recipe i ever seen in paniyaram...

Raji said...

the paniyarams are so healthy.

schmetterlingwords said...

Paniyaaram looks wonderful... I have never tasted this paniyaram... Sounds healthy though.. :-)

Unknown said...

Love this dear and like the idea of adding chhola dal to it :)

Sowmya said...

Delicious new paniyarams!

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Sravs said...

Never tried with jowar !!! they look yummy and delicious !!!

Suji said...

I love the regular paniyaramas and this sounds yumm and interesting :)

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