Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Instant Oats Kuzhi Paniyaram

Oats Paniyaram Recipe
I wanted to try Oats Paniyaram after trying oats kozhukattai, A year when I tried oats paniyaram , it became so sticky inside and I was not satisfied at all so didn't post it here.I was little hesitant to try after that.After few months, I saw this recipe, I gave a try as I was confident with Ramyas recipes as most of the recipes I tried from hers were a hit at home....And as I guessed this oats paniyaram came out soo good, perfect as a snack for teatime.The paniyaram has a slightly crisp edge and soft inside, I loved the texture so much....I bet no one can find you have added oats in it...So what more do you need ?

You actually need no sidedish for this paniyaram but I served with coconut chutney .
Oats Paniyaram Recipe

Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Makes : around 15
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Quick cooking oats - 1 cup(I used Quaker)
Rice Flour - 3 tbsp
Thick Curd (Yogurt) - 1/2 cup
Baking Soda - 1/8 tsp
Carrot - 1 small grated
Small Onion - 6 chopped finely
Red Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves - 2 tbsp finely chopped
Oil - as required to toast
Salt - to taste

To Temper:

Cooking Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
Urad Dal - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 2 tsp chopped finely


  1. Dry roast oats for 2mins do not let the color change, this step is purely optional.Set aside.In a pan heat oil add mustard seeds,urad dal and curry leaves let it splutter.Then add onion and saute till transparent.Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Step1
  2. Then add carrot and saute till raw smell leaves, add chilli powder and give a quick mix.In a mixing bowl take roasted oats,saueted carrot onion,rice flour,curd,baking soda and coriander leaves.Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Step2
  3. Add required,mix well to form a semi loose batter , like our oothapam batter.Grease the kuzhipaniyaram pan with oil and add a laddle full of the batter in each hole.Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Step3
  4. Then cook covered for a minute or until it gets cooked. When the top part looks cooked then turn and cook on other side till golden brown.Oats Paniyaram Recipe - Step4
Serve as a teatime snack with any spicy chutney of your choice.Oats Paniyaram Recipe

My Notes:

  • The batter should not too too runny or too thick, it should be in pourable consistency yet spoonable.
  • You can add coconut pieces / grated coconut for extra crunch.
Oats Paniyaram Recipe

Written by: SHARMILEE J


  1. Yum! MIL sometimes makes normal dosa batter paniyaram for dinner. this would make a much healthier alternative without compromising on taste. will surely try!

  2. Hi Sharmi, I wanted to do something interesting for evening. When I saw your blog, I,m very happy and tried immediately. Really it came out well and all liked so much. So crispy and tasty. Mainly instant no need to grind and wait for long. Thank you so much for the superb and easy to make recipe. You made my day.....

  3. Hi Sharmi,
    Thanks for the yummy recipe.....but when do you add baking soda ? its not mentioned in the steps.

  4. Thanks for the healthy recipe. Can we use old fashioned oats instead of the instant ones? Also is rice flour must or can we skip it?

  5. Hi sharmi, I'm big fan of yours.. thanks for healthy dish.. in step 2 shud v add green chilli or chilli powder which s not mentioned in ur ingredients list. .

    1. It was a typo now updated it....it is only read chilli powder not green chillies

  6. Lovely and healthy, clicks are tempting as usual !

  7. Hi sharmi I'm a regular visitor of your blog and also tried and tasted few recipes which were yummy..😁 Now I've a doubt in this oats panniyaram.. Can baking soda be substituted with Eno?

  8. Tried it tasted yum, guests loved it

  9. Hi your panniyaram pan is nice. Where can i get it? What metal?

    1. It is indalium, I got it from my native...


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