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Appam (Telugu), or aappam hoppers, also known as apam and gundappam, are essentially fermented rice pancakes which are an important part of South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisines. The dish is a specialty of Tamil Nadu ... More »
Appam-south Indian Delight
One of my favourite breakfast is appam with fresh coconut syrup-terribly decandent. I usually only ate this once per stay, when I stayed at the malabar in Kochi as it is toooo good.
They are easy to make, but they take a little practice to make perfect. The... - 70.0398
Palappam or paalappam is a traditional dish from Kerala, made from a fermented batter of rice and coconut milk. Hence the name ‘paalappam’ – meaning milk bread. The paalapam is made in a special mold called the ‘appa kal’ or the ‘appa chatti’. - 0
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Appam is a traditional breakfast in Kerala. It is crispy on the edges and soft in the center. Usually served with vegetable stew, it is very well complimented by fish curry or egg curry. - 0
1. Soak cleaned rice for one hour. Grind coarsely. Add jaggery and grind to a smooth paste.
2. Thin down to batter consistency with water.
3. Mix in pepper and grated coconut.
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Udida Appo/paniyaram/urad Appam
Soak rice and dal separately for 3-4 hours.
Grind them separately to a smooth paste and keep in different containers.
Allow it to ferment for 10-12 hours.
Mix both the batter together, add salt and mix well.
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1. Cut each banana into 3 pieces, lengthwise.
2. Make a thick batter with both the flours and 1/2 cup water. Add sugar and bicarbonate of soda.
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1. Melt jaggery in 1 cup water and cook to make a thick syrup.
2. Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly in a bowl to form a soft, thick batter of dropping consistency.
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Pal Appam Or Hoppers
Roast rice flour lightly without addition of fat in a deep vessel.
To the coarse rice flour, add 200 ml. of water and cook to porridge consistency.
Add this and the toddy to the rice flour and knead to a soft dough.
Leave overnight to ferment.
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1. Wash and soak rice. Drain and dry for a little while.
2. Pound well. Roast slightly. Sieve through a fine sieve.
3. Remove the coarser powder that remains on the sieve and to it add 1 cup water.
4. Cook together till tender.
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