Jun 24, 2011

Oats Ponganalu - Oats Paniyaram

In my child hood we don't know what oats is. But now a days oats became quite common in every body's kitchen.People started having oats as their break fast and also making many delicious dishes also with oats.I always try to make a dish with less oil and in a healthy way. I don't want to use maida(all purpose flour) in this batter so I used rice flour and chick pea flour and the curd should be sour.I used 5 green chillies so that no need of any chutney(I realy want to avoid coconut chutney) adding chillies is totally depending on your taste according to you taste you can reduce or increase them.So lets check the recipe....
This is my 2 nd recipe for the theme Mini Bites in Blogging Marathon #6 group 2

INGREDIENTS:----
Oats --- 1 cup
Soar curd --- 1 cup
Chick pea flour --- 2 tab sp
Rice flour --- 2 tab sp
Onion ---- 1 big chopped
Green chillies ---- 3 finely chopped
Cumin seeds --- 1 tea sp
Salt ---- 1 tea sp
Fresh coriander leaves --- 1/4 cup finely chopped
Oil ------ 2 tab sp
METHOD:---
1.Take oats and curd in a mixing bowl mix well and soak oats for 10 minutes.
2.Add chick pea flour,rice flour,chopped onion,chopped green chillies,cumin seeds,salt,coriander leaves mix well to combine every thing
3.Now add a 1/4 cup water and make a batter.This batter should be like a thick idli batter consistency hummm what else I can give an example yes this consistency like tined condensed milk consistency.
4.Heat ponganalu pan in a mediun heat, add a few drops of oil to each impression.
5. Pour a tab sp full batter in each impression,cover the pan with a lid,cook in a medium flame for minutes.
6.After 5 minutes remove the lid gently turn the other side and cook for 5 minutes or they turn in to nice golden color.
7.Remove from pan and repeat the process with the remaining batter.
8. Serve hot with coconut chutney or chutney pody(karam podi) and a cup of tea.
I am sending this to Kid's delight- Mini bites event at Champa s

21 comments:

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Looks fabulous! Lovely breakfast idea! Must taste good with spicy chutney!

Authenticoriyafood said...

Delectable.....love this dish!! Non-fussy & totally yum....

Curry Leaf said...

Excellent. Healthy, nutritious and tasty.

Pavani said...

Wow. Those oats ponganalu look super cute, plump and delicious.

Harini said...

These paniyarams are my kid's fav! They have come out very nicely.

PJ said...

Looks perfect. I would love to have it with a cup of coffee. Bookmarked this recipe

Aarthi said...

lovely paniyaram ..

Vardhini said...

Inviting paniyaarams .. I recently posted bonda using this pan.

Vardhini
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Priya said...

Super cute and healthy paniyarams, i dont bother to have some rite now..

Hari Chandana said...

Very healthy and delicious recipe.. looks absolutely inviting !!
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Jayashree said...

This is such a nice way of using oats. I have never tried paniyarams with oats.

Mélange ! said...

Extremely tempting paniyarams..Tempting and yumm...

Divya Vikram said...

Oats paniyaram looks wholesome and nutritious :)

Suma Gandlur said...

They look fabulous. Hope you are feeling better now.

vaishali sabnani said...

they look v healthy n yum..may b we cud add some veggies too....

Sharmilee! :) said...

Lovely idea!!

jayasree said...

Loved the idea of oats in paniyaram...Bookmarked.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Yum, I have recently start loving these, they look superb !!!

Srivalli said...

Ponganalu with oats sounds so wonderful..lovely pictures

Degchi said...

Healthy and tempting breakfast.

Sona - Quick Picks said...

wow! you have got a god colection of recipes with oats. great dear. need to go thru it all..