Aval Paniyaram/Rice Flakes Sweet Paniyaram/Dumpling

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Rice Flakes not only make Fluff, Soft Dosa's, they too make fluffy, tasty Kuzhipaniyarams. It is somewhat the same measurement as that of dosa, but with a Sweet twist!!!! 

1 Cup Raw Rice
1 Cup Rice Flakes/Flattened Rice
3/4 Cup Powdered Jaggery
1 tsp Cardamom powder
1/2 tsp Baking Soda

  •  Soak Rice and Rice Flakes separately for an hour. Rice Flakes must be immersed in water, don't add too much water.
  • Drain the water from rice, Rice flakes must have absorbed all the water. 
  • Grind Rice, Rice Flakes in a Mixer without adding water, water in the Rice Flakes is enough. 
  • Next add Powdered jaggery and Cardamom to the Rice-Rice Flakes batter and Grind again.
  • Take the batter in a bowl and add Baking Soda and Give a brisk stir. 
  • Heat the Kuzhipaniyaram Pan, fill little Ghee in the holes of the pan, then pour a spoonful of  batter in each hole. 
  • Cook both sides in a low flame and Serve Warm.

Rice Flakes Paniyaram are very delicate so be very gentle while flipping in the pan and taking them out of the pan.

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  1. I've always made kozhupaniyaram only with leftover idli batter. Lovely recipe bookmarked.

  2. I love these little bites..wonderful!!

  3. i make this often.Your's look very crispy and nice

  4. I like paniyaram, but never tried it... Will try this soon...

  5. A nice variation, Priya. The appam looks very soft and delicious.

  6. THe paniyarams look really yummy!

  7. You got a beautiful color for your paniyarams

  8. they look super cute priya :).. i just want to grab a few right away.. sweet version i am game anytime!

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  9. Sweet version will be a hit with the kids for sure...


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