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Egg paniyaram

This dish is actually came out of my husband’s imagination?. I make this whenever we have paniyaram(can be said as Indian version of donuthole because of its shape). Kids will be surprised and love it when you give eggs in small balls shaped. This can be had as accompaniment or after school snack.

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Ingredients

Eggs – 2

Onions – 1/4 cup finely chopped

Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp

Pepper powder – 1 tsp

Salt – as required

Oil – to smear in each hole

Method

  • Mix all the ingredients except oil in a bowl till eggs are frothy.
  • Heat paniyaram pan. Smear oil in each hole.
  • Drop one spoon of egg mixture in each hole.

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  • When one side is cooked flip it over using knife or one chop stick.
  • Serve warm.

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I submit this recipe to The recipe hunters Sharing is Caring project. Do check her amazing blog and try to participate in the project. https://cookandenjoyrecipes.wordpress.com/2016/10/31/who-let-the-kitty-out-of-the-basket/

19 Comments

  1. Easy and simple. Thanks for sharing.

      1. I was thinking to have a food week on Candles Online… and invite you as a guest writer if you agree to be one…

        1. Oh ..my pleasure to be.. thanks for the invite?..

          1. I will let you know which week we are planning to do so….

          2. Sure?… can I post the already published post in my blog?

          3. Oh yes definitely… I will give you the theme so that it’s easier for you to choose the right recipe for the Candles Online.

          4. Ok…that’s really interesting… I will try to give my best?

  2. Just send me a mail to ‘chiradeep.nf@gmail.com’ so that I can send you an official invitation.

  3. Thanks so much, will give it a try next when the grandkids pop over.

    1. Thank you?.. let me know if they like it??

  4. Great post. Would you mind commenting a question for my Q&A on my latest blog post? – many thanks asprinkleofjoyyy

      1. Thankyou- asprinkleofjoyyy xx

  5. Never tried this. Thanks for this share.

    1. Oh…sure give a try? Thank you?

      1. Will try it for shure:) thanks

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