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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sweet Paddu or Sihi Guliappa

Time was  when Time was on My Side and I thought Blogging was Just a Matter Of Time...Now Time has Veered So much that the Thought of Blogging Seems like a  Million Miles Away,coz  My Little One takes up Waaaaay too much of my time ....

So Time is the Thing that all of us Strive to Find and No body gets their "Mee-Time" so easily...You gotta dig your own Time in order to Pursuit your Dream Hobby...

Until Sometimes The image of my  Baby slumbering on the clouds seemed so unreal ...
Believe me folks not Blogging was not easy for me, Immobility was killing me, but my Journey of wading through all the  sleepless chaos and the huzzle  for this tiny little precious thing was so worth it......

Now lets focus on Today's Recipe...Sihi Paddu or Sweet Guliappa



Paddu or Guliappa is a very popular Staple  South Indian Breakfast... Whenever you Crib about having 'Dosa Again' you can make Dosa in a Different Shape with a different Taste and Texture...... It comes in many Flavors - Sweet,Spicy,Masala or the Regular one which is prepared using the Dosa Batter......It is Cooked in a Special Vessel Which has a Depression to pour the Batter in.....Paddu are best Savored hot and crisp  right out of the pan with some Spicy Chutney...A Whole Bunch of Thanks to My  Mother-In-Law for Imparting such a Tasty Recipe  to me.......



Ingredients:
1)3 cups white rice soaked atleast for 4 to 5 hours
2)1 cup poha soaked along with rice
3)1 cup grated coconut
4)2 Tbsp Fenugreek/Menthi  Seeds soaked along with rice
5)1 1/2 cup Jaggery(Adjust according to your preference)
6)Salt as per the taste
7)Pinch of Cardamom powder
8)2 Tbsp Ghee or Vegetable oil

Method:
1)Blend all the above Ingredients into a fine paste(batter should not be too thin) and keep aside at least for 3 to 4 hours..Consistency of the batter should be of dosa batter.
2)keep paddu tava on a medium flame and grease the well shaped tava with some ghee or vegetable oil..Pour the batter until 3/4 th of the well and cover the lid..Flip it on the other side and add little ghee or oil all over it...Cook until it becomes Crisp and Brown...


     Serve immediately with ghee and chutney powder or Chutney

13 comments:

  1. Looks yum and perfectly came out.

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  2. Looks delicious.

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  3. Wow looks yummy,tempting snack.

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  4. delicious snack..wonderful pictures dear!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  5. Looks super cute and yummy.

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  6. Paddu looks super yummy and crispy,love to try it out....Thanks for sharing the recipe Ramya....


    Surabi....

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  7. Wow nice recipe Ramya....Sweet paddu looks delicious...

    Vidhya.....

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  8. Wow mouthwatering dessert Ramya...thanks for sharing...


    Vismaya....

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  9. Thanks Everyone for the lovely comments..I appreciate all ur effort...

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  10. It was great time on your blog. I found some recipe very interesting specially sweet paddu. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This paddu looks very easy and filling to make for a weekend brunch. Thanks for visiting my space and kind words you left for me.
    Love Ash.

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