Cornmeal Sweet Paniyaram/Cornmeal Sweet Dumpling

Sweet Kuzhipaniyarams, an all-time favorite of mine. The original recipe uses Rawa/Semolina/Sooji, since i didn't have any @ home, i tried using Cornmeal. It came out real good, But, took looonng time to cook. you need a lot of patience, the stove should be low flame, or else they will get easily burned.
Ingredients
1 Cup Maida
1 Cup Coarse Cornmeal/Polenta (Regular Rawa/Sooji/Semolina can also be used)
3/4 Cup Sugar (Original Recipe calls for 1 Cup)
1 Cup Milk 
1 tsp Cardamom Powder
1/2 tsp Baking Soda
Ghee for Cooking
Method
  • Mix  Maida, Cornmeal,Sugar and Milk together without any lumps. Let this mixture sit for an hour.
  • After an hour, add Cardamom Powder and Baking Soda and give a brisk stir.
  • Heat Kuzhipaniyaram Pan, fill each hole with little ghee and fill each hole till half with the batter.
  • Cook in a Medium flame on both sides, use ghee as required. Serve Warm. 
Note
Take Care to keep the Flame low while cooking, the paniyarams take long time to cook and if you increase the flame, you will end up with burned paniyarams!!!!


15 comments:

Jayanthi said...

Nice twist substituting cornmeal for rava. Looks delicious Priya.

rajani said...

I made savory paniyarams the other day :). Love this one, looks perfect.

Suma Gandlur said...

Never tried making sweet paniyarams. They look soft and yummy.

Anu said...

Tempting paniyarams

Srivalli said...

Looks so spongy!..

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

lovely paniyarams..very cute ones too!

Chef Mireille said...

these look fabulous...so tempting

Torviewtoronto said...

looks wonderful bookmarking

Jaleela said...

All time my fav too priya.
very cute kuzipaniyaram

Kalyani said...

yummy addition of Cornmeal !


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A Kamalika Krishmy said...

Looks like small jamuns ...

Vardhini said...

Tasty dumplings .. nice addition of cornmeal.

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Akila said...

So Yummy n tempting....

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Regards,
Akila

Cool Lassi(e) said...

They look perfect like soft plump pillows. I am loving it.

Archana said...

Thes look so yummy. I cannot wait to sink my teeth in them.

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