Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Hidden Chocolate Balls :)



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Hidden Chocolate Balls!!

The name might hint you loads... but then its surely not what you think!!! ;)

This is a perfect Indo-western fusion that can sure be a super surprise for you.

Read on to know more....

Hidden Chocolate Balls
Even my Zoo zoo is too surprised with the dish :)


Ingredients:

Dosa Batter(without adding salt) - 1 cup
Cocoa powder - 1 tblsp
Sugar - 1/2 cup(varies according to taste)
Nutties chocolate or munch popers(any small round shaped chocolate) - 15


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Method:

Take the dosa batter in a bowl and add cocoa powder and sugar to it and beat well.

Now heat the kuli-paniyaaram skillet and pour few spoons of oil in the holes. When the skillet is hot enough, pour in the batter to fill in just 3/4th of each hole. Just after you fill all the holes, drop the chocolates one in each hole and push them inside with a spoon. The batter will automatically cover on top. Now roast the balls in low flame and with a plate covered on top for two mins. Turn over the balls carefully and roast the other side too. Once done remove from flame and serve hot. :)

The cocolate flavor and the cocolate in the middle will be a great surprise to anyone you serve and I am sure kids would love it. :) Won't you?????

You can replace the cocolates with cashew, almond and so on.. Make it as exciting as possible :)

Happy making and happy eating :) :)


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Written by:
Nithya
post your queries to fourthsensesamayal@gmail.com


42 comments:

Faiza Ali said...

WOW !! those balls are tempting and look yummy and delicious..And love your zoo zoo..he is chooo chooo chweet :D

Priya said...

Very creativen unique dish...looks yummy..feel like picking rite now..

Sharmilee! :) said...

Wow heights of creativity I wud say...anything with paniyaram pan I wud luv to try and this one is truely exciting!

Abhilash Pillai said...

The pictures appear like a pearl in a shell.

So you started cooking expert recipes "badiya hain".

Saw your blog after a long time, I mean after a year( 2009 gone boss, its 2010).

decorations and photographs; I never have to mention since this is a blog from Nits who runs arts and crafts too, so they will be super.

So all I have to mention is about the taste. I think in every article you can mention your mothers reaction if she is the tester of your recipes. "tester here means taste er". That will be something like a testimonial to your blog. kidding boss!!

The small figure in white appeared like vodaphone's dog replaced "dholu" character.

I changed the home and shifted to a big one, so arranging things and kitchen is going on. I hope I will be able to complete that by this week and then will start cooking. Until then I can bookmark the recipes from cooking gurus.

:)

Prathibha said...

Nice idea dear....looks yummy..perfect for chocolate lovers

Rachana Kothari said...

Wow Nithya, such an innovative idea! I loved this recipe:)

priya said...

So creative and inviting, dear/...looks yummy and thats a cute zoo zoo !

Kanchan said...

Wow Nithya wonderful presentation ! This is beautiful !

Tina said...

Superb choco balls dear...Really new and tempting one....

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy ...tempting

shanthi said...

Yum yum yummy chocolate balls. Different try

SE said...

wonderful presentation..nice idea to hide the choclate

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

What adding coco to dosa batter ??Interesting Nithi...looks good very good:) should try!!!

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! Nithy superb ...very nice Looks great ..love yhe pics !:)Thanks for sharing!

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Excellent recipe for kids birthday party.....tempting

Dolly said...

Nithya, this is simply marvellous and awesome. Chocolate Balls look delightful. Very Creative and just loving ur equally amazing presentation.

Pavithra said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmm looks good and chocolatey... I have heard some of my friends add cocoa to the dosa batter to make chocolate dosas for their kids but this is different nithi sounds good. But for aadavan ragi dosa is chocolate dosa.

Happy cook said...

I love that first pic looks beautifull.

Happy cook said...

I love that first pic looks beautifull.

San!!! said...

This is an unique dish that will attract the kids as well as the grown ups.Completely a droolworthy dish which deserves a try nithya.

suvaiyaana suvai said...

wow creative!!!

Anu said...

Wow awesome.. Looks yummy.. zoo zoo is chooooooooooooo chweeetttttt....

kamala said...

very different dish and tempting also.

kitchen queen said...

the chocolate balls look so cute and yummy.

Shri said...

Lovely, Nithya!Have a great year ahead:)

Divya Vikram said...

Nice pics. Innovative one and love the fusion of flavors.

Uma said...

what a neat idea! looks so delicious..

Sanghi said...

Looks so new dish dear! Yummmy!;)

Sarah Naveen said...

beautiful presentation as always dea..!!you are marvelous in this...Looks so yummy tooo

Rekha shoban said...

wow!!chocolate balls looks wonderful and perfect..and please collect ur award from my blog!

nirupamasundar said...

nithu, what is this amazing recipe with an amazing zoo zoo. the picture is lovely keep flying high

Aps said...

It was a super suprise...nd ur zoo zoo luks like a cutie

Padhu said...

hey.. I too tried this after seeing it done by chef Jacob on Sun TV for kids. Yours have come out well. Zoozoo looks cute :)

FoodLovers said...

Hi nithya Lovely click again dear ..
looks yummy

Ramya said...

I was really taken into surprise.Nice innovative recip

Sushma Mallya said...

Thats really innovative dish,very interesting one for sure

Renu said...

wow ...such an interesting recipe..nice presentation

simply.food said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog simply.food Ihope you wil return pretty soon.Ilove your yummy treat you have posted.But is this pan a special thing or can one use an ordinary cake/bun tin???

Mriganayani said...

Nithya - I have so much to catch up on your blog now - I have to start with this though!

Well..I have dosa batter at home and some chocolate chips - guess where I'm going now.

Thanks for the inspiration!

my kitchen said...

Wow simple & yummy recipe.Kids love these balls

radha said...

There is a sweet here made by Andhras - where you have a filling of jaggery and dhal coated with dosa batter. Only that is deep fried and here you have used the pan. I love that, and am sure this would be as tasty if not tastier.

Alvia said...

Sounds like my typo dish..will Insha Allah surely try ds 1 ;)

Nithuu un creativityku oru alave illayaa???:D

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