Wednesday, March 23, 2011

South Indian Rava(Suji) Paniyaram/Suji muffins

Rava/Suji Paniyaram is a typical south Indian receipe which I learned from my mom. One fine evening I thought of making rava paniyaram for evening snack and checked out for three ingredients which will be always available at everyone's kitchen. A very simple and an ideal evening snack.


1. Rava/Suji - 1 cup
2. Maida(All purpose flour) - 1 cup
3. Sugar - 1 cup
4. Oil - for frying


1. Mix suji/rava, maida and sugar together uniformly.
2. Mix them evenly to avoid clumping of the maida.
3. Now add about 2-4 tsp of water and continue mixing until the sugar in the mixture melts giving it a consistency of batter or paste.
4. Heat oil in a pan, take a rounded tablespoon full of batter and slowly drop them in to the heated oil pan.
5. Allow them to cook in the oil both the sides until they get a golden color on them. Strain excess oil in a tissue.
6. Serve them hot.

P.S : The batter which has been prepared for this should be used very same day, if refigerated and used someother day or very next day you wont get the Paniyaram in a good form.

5 comments: said...

Lovely and crispy.Thanks for dropping by visit and comments are very much appreciated.

Valarmathy Shiv said...

Thanks a lot!!!!

AMMU MOHAN said...


Valarmathy Siva said...

Thanks a lot for you encouraging comments!!

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Grandma's specialty dish.. yours looks so inviting.. You have a lovely space... following you...
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