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Paneer uthapam



Ingredients :

100 gms Paneer, grated
1 Big onion, Finely chopped
3 Green chillies, finely chopped
Handful of spring onions, finely chopped
Salt to taste
Dosa batter



Method :

Add paneer, onion, green chillies and spring onions in a bowl.
Mix well by adding little salt and keep aside.


Heat tawa, pour dosa batter and spread it small thick circle. Cook in medium flame.
Now sprinkle the paneer onion mixture on top of batter and smear oil.


Slowly turn the uthapam and cook it on the other side.
When roasted perfect, remove from flame and serve hot with chutney and sambhar.



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Comments

  1. I was about to do Panneer dosa today..... Yummyyyyyyy

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  2. super delicious....lovely space...visit my space too.

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  3. looks incredible and tempting..

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  4. So tempting and droolworthy uthappam, simply inviting.

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  5. uttapam looks very delicious. awesome recipe

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  6. The uthappam looks delicious !!
    First time here you have a lovely space :)

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    1. Thank you so much usha...jus checked ur blog...u too have a great blog..happy to follow u now:)

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  7. Hey - Would you like to repost this and submit it for my ongoing event ""Let's Party - Fusion Food" Event Announcement" due July 14th? Thanks!

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  8. Nice recipe and step by step pics. Thanks for sharing.Lovely dish!! Looks yummy!
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