Friday 4 May 2018

Red Rice Dal Dumplings/Sivappu Arisi Paruppu Paniyaram

Since am busy with my work, its really a hard task for me to prepare idly batter for every week. Hence i stick with easy adai batter or else with instant dosa batter to whip up some dosa quickly for our dinner. Since the last weekend was a long weeked for me, i gathered all the ingredients to grind some dosa batter for a week. Obviously i couldnt stop myself to grind some red rice-mixed dals batter to make some dumplings.This dumpling batter goes for an easy preparation and no fermentation is needed. Just leave the batter in room temperature for an hour and make your dumplings with your paniyaram pan. You can have them either for snacks, breakfast or else for dinner if you dont feel like making your dinner.

Redrice & Dals Paniyaram

To make this paniyaram more interesting, i have added some grated vegetables. Needless to say that this dish more nutritious and healthy. Anyone can have this dumplings with a spicy chutney, definitely its a wholesome meal. Though am trying to reduce rice in our daily menu, red rice is always my favourite which i never forget to buy whenever i go to my nearby chinese store. They are seriously very versatile, i have already prepared couple of dishes with this incredible rice, you can dish out varieties of sweets and desserts with this rice as well. If you want to make a different dumplings from the usual one, dont forget to give a try to this healthy paniyaram. Am running this week's blogging marathon with Kid's Delight - Bite Sized Foods, hence this post is going for this theme.Sending this to Srivalli's Kids Delight event, guest hosted by Refeeda, themed on "Bite Sized Food" for Kids.

Gluten free Redrice Dal Dumplings, Paruppu Paniyaram

1cup Red rice/Sivappu Arisi
1/2cup Channadal
1/2cup Toor dal
1/2cup Yellow moongdal
1/2cup Urad dal
1/2cup Grated mixed vegetables
4nos Dry red chillies
1tsp Fennel seeds
3nos Garlic cloves

Soak the redrice along with all dals for atleast 3 hours.

Grind the soaked red rice and dal with dry red chillies, fennel seeds, garlic cloves with enough water and salt as bit coarse paste.

Keep aside the batter for an hour or two hours in room temperature.

Add the grated vegetables to the grounded batter.

Heat the kuzhi paniyaram pan in medium heat, pour few drops of oil, pour a tablespoon of the batter.

Sivappu Arusi Paruppu Paniyaram

Put the flame in simmer,cook slowly, turn on both sides until they get well cooked.

Dont cook them in high flame.

Serve hot with spicy coconut chutney or onion chutney..


Varada's Kitchen said...

Your Dal vada look so perfectly brown. Fennel seeds must give it a unique flavor. Love it

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Perfecly browned paniyaram,won't mind to gobble few of those cute paniyaram.

Gayathri Kumar said...

What a healthy way for snacking! These red rice dumplings look too good. With some coconut chutney on the side, they would be heavenly!

Rafeeda AR said...

I would love to take tips from you for the same as well... my kids are getting fed up of me being a lazy head once home... hehe... the adais look very interesting, something kids would really love...

Srivalli said...

Such a fantastic idea Priya, I would never have thought on these lines..heheh..btw pls do send it for the Kids event!

Sandhiya said...

I love paniyarams, but haven't tried it with red rice. Seems like a nice variation from the regular one, looks yummy.

Harini R said...

Perfect texture and they sure look tempting, Priya.

cookwithrenu said...

Lovely and healthy share. This is good as bite size food and also travelling food. I never used Red rice. Bookmarking your recipe

sushma said...

Perfectly done, they look amazing. I never used red rice, how do they taste?

Pavani said...

I’ve never used red rice before, will have to look for it here. Those paniyaram look and sound delicious.

Unknown said...

Delicious recipe, thank you for sharing.

Padmajha said...

Nice twist to adai and a healthy one at that! You are so creative with your recipes Priya.The paniyarams looks very inviting!