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Paalaada (Fluffy Rice Crepes)

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Last weekend, we had made a quick stop over at J’s cousin’s place while returning home from a wedding. We were served Paalaada, which I was tasting for the first time, even though I had heard about it. We took an instant liking for those fluffy crepes. Needless to say, I had already made up my mind on trying this. Thankfully I found the recipe in my diary and was even more excited to know it is not much time consuming. Paalada is pretty much similar to Neer Dosa, a Karnataka special. Paalada is more popular in the Muslim houses. This goes best with any spicy non vegetarian gravy, but you could have it with any gravy of your choice.

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Paalaada (Fluffy Rice Crepes)
Last weekend, we had made a quick stop over at J's cousin's place while returning home from a wedding. We were served Paalaada, which I was tasting for the first time, even though I had heard about it. We took an instant liking for those fluffy crepes. Needless to say, I had already made up my mind
Course breads
Cuisine kerala
Prep Time 120 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course breads
Cuisine kerala
Prep Time 120 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Soak the rice for 2 hours.
  2. Drain and grind to a smooth fine paste with coconut milk.
  3. Add beaten egg, salt and water and mix well.
  4. The consistency should be watery.
  5. Heat a non stick pan.
  6. When hot, pour a ladle of the batter and immendiately swirl the pan so that the batter forms an evenly thin round.
  7. For first timers, it may take a couple of tries before you get the perfect thickness.
  8. When the sides of the paalada comes off the pan, it is cooked.
  9. Take it off the pan.
  10. Fold it to desired shape.
  11. Serve hot with a curry of your choice.
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  1. Ponnu's Kitchen says:

    Hi mareena… the rice used here is uncooked pachari right?

  2. Ponnu's Kitchen says:

    Hi mareena… the rice used here is uncooked pachari right?

  3. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes..Any rice can be used.

  4. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes..Any rice can be used.

  5. Shyam Jacob says:

    I saw your FB post and thought this recipe is for Ada used in Paalada Payasam. I guess it is similar in its process

  6. Shyam Jacob says:

    I saw your FB post and thought this recipe is for Ada used in Paalada Payasam. I guess it is similar in its process

  7. Mareena Jerrish says:

    🙂 No. Shyam.. It’s different

  8. Mareena Jerrish says:

    🙂 No. Shyam.. It’s different

  9. Ovina says:

    When you soak the rice, is it in water? Or is it the coconut milk?

  10. Ovina says:

    When you soak the rice, is it in water? Or is it the coconut milk?

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