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Millets are rich in iron, calcium and other minerals and especially they are low in glycemic index and cut downs diabetes risks. Try these quick to make paniyaram for your meal with some spicy chutney.

 What you need:
1 cup - Barnyard Millet
1/2 cup - Brown Rice
1/2 cup - Black Uradh dhal
3 nos - Green chillies, chopped
1/2 tsp - Ginger, grated
Asafoetida gen pinch
Salt as reqd

How to make:
Soak the millet, rice and dhal for 4 hrs.Remove water and grind to coarse paste by adding little water, add green chillies, ginger, salt mix well and let the batter ferment for 3 hrs.

Heat the kuzhi paniyaram pan in medium heat add few drops of oil pour the batter and cook on both sides.

Serve with onion tomato chutney and a glass of filter coffee.


Beena.stephy said…
yummy and healthy breakfast
Shama Nagarajan said…
yummy and inviting dear
S.Menaga said…
super healthy paniyaram....
so yummy and tempting snack
hey yengeirundhu kandupidikura indha millets laam :) yennakum venum
DivyaGCP said…
I am hearing first time about barnyard millet. Seems to be a healthy and delicious paniyaram..
Uma Ramanujam said…
Nice one Kalpana...Looking forward for more healthy and yummy recipes..
Hamaree Rasoi said…
Millet paniyarams look very inviting.
Priya Suresh said…
Wat a healthy paniyaram,never cooked with barnyard millet, sounds interesting. Love to have those cuties.
Vimitha Anand said…
Soft and fluffy paniyarams
Manjula Bharath said…
very very inviting paniyarams :) and lovely presentation dear :)
perfectly done...nothing is sweet to eat like paniyaram for snack or breakfast
Shanthi said…
Paniyaram came out perfect..i appreciate your effort to prepare recipes with our precious millets...