How to make Millets Kara Paniyaram!
Millets Kara Paniyaram is a typical South Indian dish originating in Tamil Nadu. Since millets are widely grown and available in Southern India, dishes made from millets are very popular here. Kara Paniyaram uses little millets or barnyard millets, locally referred to as saamai to prepare the dish. Paniyarams can be both sweet and savoury, depending on the preparation of the dosa idli batter. The dish makes a perfect evening snack when you have guests over, or even as a breakfast item. For quick and healthy recipes for your kids, paniyarams are easy to make by keeping this millet based dosa idli batter ready.Millets are known for being gluten-free, and could be one of those fibre-rich food grains that you could switch to, if you’re trying to adopt a healthier diet. Millets have been grown in India for many years, but have recently gained popularity in the Western world for its gluten-free properties. Millets are also known to be rich in dietary fibre and minerals, such as calcium, copper, iron, magnesium. Meals made from millets also fulfil your vitamin requirements, being rich in folate, riboflavin, vitamin B6, C, E and K. All of these benefits make millets a popular choice to incorporate into your daily diet. To make dosa idli batter for millets kara paniyaram, follow the detailed step by step recipe with photos below.