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How To Make Vegetable Paniyarams

By: Rahul Upadhyay from
How To Make Vegetable Paniyarams
How To Make Vegetable Paniyarams

"Hosting a house party to bring in the New Year? Preetha shows you how to make a quick & yummy snack that you can add to your new year special menu! Give your taste buds the special feel with amazing taste of vegetable paniyarams. The best starter and new year celebration dish u can ever have.. must see the recipe and try your cooking skills to make one of the best and convenient dishes for any part of the day.."

Serves3 peoples

Preparation Time15 min

Chilling Time7 min

Cooking Time20 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW50 min

Cooking Vessel Size4x4 cooking pan


  • 1 (1-1/2-pound) Oil Mustard Seeds Split Bengal Gram Cumin Seeds Green Chillies, Curry Leaves, Ginger Assorted Vegetables Salt Dosa Batter Coriander Leaves
  1. In a heated pan, add in oil, mustard seeds, chana dal and stir.

  2. Add in cumin seeds, ginger, curry leaves, green chili, salt and vegetables. Mix well.

  3. Grease the moulds with oil and keep aside.

  4. Mix the dosa batter and the vegetable mix well and pour this into the moulds.

  5. Let it cook and serve hot

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I love Indian food. I'm not much good at cooking it, I have to admit but I do try. These vegetable paniyarams look delicious. I don't have one of the pans Preetha uses but I suspect you could make these in the oven in a muffin pan. I would bake them and keep my eye on them to see when they are done.


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