Chili Pepper Flavored Paniyaram

Chili Pepper Flavored Paniyaram

Chilli pepper is a versatile ingredient used in almost any dish. Here is a recipe for Paniyaram that uses chilli pepper paste as the flavouring agent.

What is Paniyaram

Paniyaram is a pancake making fermented batter and is popularly call as appam in South India. It can be either savoury or sweet, depending on the filling.

It’s a popular street food in India, usually served with chickpea curry (chana masala) or eaten as a dessert after meals.

This dish is found at most roadside eateries in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, typically served with coconut chutney.

why Chili Pepper Flavored Paniyaram

This sweet dish is a good source of protein, vitamins and minerals, fibre, carbohydrates and energy. It helps maintain blood sugar levels, which is important for diabetics.

Chilli pepper-flavoured Paniyaram can be served as breakfast or as a snack after school or work. They are very easy to make with minimal ingredients, so you can try them at home too!

How fermented food help your health and gut

While we all know that fermented food is good for the gut, what exactly does it do for your health? Fermented foods can help to improve your mood, energy levels and even skin and hair!

  • Gut health: The beneficial bacteria in fermented foods are essential to maintaining a healthy balance of microflora in the gut. They help to break down undigested food into nutrients that our bodies can absorb. This also means they fight off harmful bacteria that may cause digestive problems.
  • Weight loss: Research shows that consuming probiotic-rich foods like kimchi or kefir can promote weight loss by helping the body burn more calories than normal. This is due to their ability to keep you feeling fuller for longer or suppress hunger pangs due to their high protein content.
  • Mood improvement: A study found those who ate an ounce of sauerkraut (fermented cabbage) daily improved their moods over time compared with participants who didn’t eat sauerkraut at all!


We are sure you will enjoy this paniyaram recipe. You can also try other varieties of paniyaram, such as Cheese Paniyaram and Onion Paniyaram.

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  • […] adjust the spice to your taste. For a milder version, reduce the amount of red chilli powder. For a spicier version, add more. Serve palak paneer with basmati rice or naan for a delicious and comforting […]

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