Monday, September 29, 2014

Banana kuzhipaniyaram | Easy Break fast recipes | Paniyaram Recipes | South Indian Break fast | Kuzhipaniyaram recipe

sweet paniyaram

After a months gap, I am back again with the easy and healthy Banana kuzhipaniyaram recipe. This I tried on my own, with some trial and error methods and with the left over banana. First 2 times, it was bit chewy as the water was more and does not come out correctly.. Third time, with my mom's help, tried and it came out good. Every one enjoyed it. Do try with banana kuzhipaniyaram and let me know how it turned out for you.

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banana kuzhipaniyaram

Banana Kuzhipaniyaram Recipe

Preparation time: 10 min | Cook Time: 12 min (for 2 batches) | Serves: 4
Recipe Category: Breakfast | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Ripe Banana - 3 (medium sized)
Wheat flour - 1 cup
All purpose flour - 1 cup
Rice flour - 3 tbp
Grated Coconut - 2 tbsp
Jaggery - 3/4 cup
Cardamom powder - a pinch
Salt - as per taste
Baking soda - 2 pinch
Water - 1.25 cup ( + or - )
Oil - for greasing

1. Smash the ripe banana with a spatula and add all the ingredients mentioned above except oil and water. Add water slowly and mix slowly.

2. Make a thick paste. (Bit thicker than idli batter). Grease the paniyaram pan moulds, with the oil and heat it. Add the batter using a tbsp to the pan, cover and cook in medium flame.

3. After 3 min, check one paniyaram, whether you can turn it. If you can turn, turn, each paniyarams, upside down with the help of a stick or a spoon.

4.  Again cook it for another 2 - 3 min on that side also. If needed, you can add drop of oil to the moulds. Check whether they are cooked, by inserting a toothpick, and it comes out clean. Remove the Paniyarams from the moulds and serve it hot.

5. Since it is sweet paniyaram, we had it just like that without any side dish.

sweet kuzhipaniyaram recipe

sweet paniyaram recipe

Yummy yummy banana kuzhipaniyaram is ready to be eaten

1. You can do this paniyaram with solely wheat flour or the apf itself. 
2. Add the jaggery according to the sweetness of the banana. If you want you can replace palm jaggery also.
3. Add water, little by little, until the batter comes to thick consistency.

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12 lovely comments:


looks so soft and tasty


such a healthy and yummy breakfast idea

Vidya Chandrahas

Flavorful delicious paniyarm. Looks inviting.

Nava K

Third attempt and it turned out so good. I don't have the pan, so I suppose I can bake??

Mayuri Patel

that's an interesting recipe. Must try it out.

Home Cooked food

lovely looking dish, never made it with sweet, have to try this.

Home Cooked food

lovely looking dish, never made it with sweet, have to try this.

Angie's Recipes

They look so adorable!
Isn't all purpose flour a type of wheat flour? What's that wheat flour? Wholewheat flour?


delicious looking perfectly made paniyarams..

Priya Suresh

I can munch few rite now, addictive paniyarams..

Motions and Emotions

perfectly made round shaped paniyarams


Basket full of goodies...happy to grab them all...nice presentation!!!

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