Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Dill Paddu With Spicy Chutney....

This paddu I use to eat in Bangalore...There was a small hotel of Mangloreian,,he use to prepare very today,,when I saw Dill in my fridge,,,,thought of making the same kind of paddu,,,,instead of normal we go..



Dosa batter 1 bowl
Dill washed and finely chopped 1cup
Big onion 1 finely chopped
Green chilly finely chopped 2-3 or as per spice
oil 2tsp
Ghee 1/2 cup(to apply on dosa use as per the requirement)
Salt to taste

How to prepare:
Heat Oil in a pan add chopped onion and green chilly ,fry for 2-3 mins then add Dill,saute till it is half cooked,then turn of the heat.

In a mixing bowl add add dosa batter and cooked Dill,salt ,mix everything properly. add water if required.

Now heat the Paddu Griddle (tava which is used to make Paddu shown below in the picture) sprinkle oil in the hole and fill with batter

cover with lid. Once the bottom is cooked

turn on the other side and cook. After cooking both side of the paddu..transfer it to a bowl..

The paddu is ready to serve..served hot with spicy chutney...

roasted split gram 1TBSP
Green Chilly 2-3(or as per taste)
Fresh chopped coriander 1TBSP
Ginger 1" chopped
Sesame 1tsp
Fresh shredded coconut 1cup
coconut oil 1tsp
Tamarind paste 1/4 tsp
salt as per taste

Heat oil in add roasted split gram and green chilly and fry till light brown spot appears on roasted split gram.Then add sesame,fry till 30 seconds then turn of the heat.

Add coconut,salt,tamarind paste,ginger,fresh coriander and fried spice in a blender and make paste(not make very smooth paste,do not add more water) and the spicy thick chutney is ready to serve....

Can be serve with dosa also...But here I would like to serve with My Dill Paddu....

I am sending this recipe to Akhila's

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  1. Adding dill leaves to the appams sounds interesting..

  2. Wow..that sounds delicious..very nicely done!

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  3. That's really a nice one, I too love these little delights.

  4. oh!it looks yummy..thanks for sharing and for your too have a wonderful blog too..

  5. Adding dill to appam sounds like a great idea.

  6. Dill appams with spicy chutney. Can't ask for a better breakfast, yeah! Dill certainly adds health and flavor to this recipe. Nice one!

  7. Looks so inviting . The addition of dill will surely give a unique flavour.

  8. HI chitra, I happen to visit your blog.Hmmms virtually inviting to try all the reipes.Nice photos and descriptions. I totally got bowled over and became a follower.Though my blogs contents are different. You can always give a visit and will be delighted to have you