Rava-Sooji Paniyaram

A sweet paniyaram made with Sooji, Maida and Sugar

Rava-Sooji Paniyaram

A sweet paniyaram made with Sooji, Maida and Sugar

Category : Desserts, Payasam

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By Preetha Mani

Published On: 12 Jan 2006

Rating: 3
12 Votes, 5 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 5
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Directions

Step 1

Mix together rava, maida and sugar in a vessel thoroughly with some water so that the batter is not too watery.

Step 2

Keep it aside for 1/2 an hour.

Step 3

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 4

Pour the batter into the oil as small balls, using a curved ladle(kuzhi karandi).

Step 5

Cook on both sides and remove from oil.

Step 6

:- Each time when we pour the batter into the oil, mix the batter thoroughly.
:- It won`t get spoiled for 5 - 6 days.

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Shirly

Very simple yet a good snack. I added Elachi powder for a nice flavor.

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Cindhu

Good recipe.U can try this by adding jaggery syrup instead of sugar.It will be very soft and perfect. Add cardamon powder while mixing batter.

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Preetha Mani

There is no need for that baking soda powder.It will be delicious without it.

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ritu sanjai

nice...i love rava...but do we really veadd b.soda to it? i tried that way n i think it wud ve been better witout it! do let me know is it necesary..or u 4got 2 show in yr recipe or its not needed. Thanx

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usha

After make changes only, this will be excellent. I know this recipe. u add 1/4 tsp of baking soda @ cardamam powder, while mixing. Then u prepare and taste. u will say wow......

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