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Appam kerala style
Published On: 15 Sep 2006
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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Bengali: Laban / Noone
Make a batter of rice, coconut and cooked rice.
:- You can use water or coconut milk. The batter should not be too watery.
Add yeast and sugar to warm water and dissolve.
Add this to the batter for appam and keep for about 6 hrs.
Just before making appam, add salt and little sugar.
:- You can serve appam with milk or coconut poured on top of it with sugur.
:- Serve appam hot.
This recipe was excellent. Appam came out spongy and tasty.
i tried out this & came out well.but can u tell me how much of yeast shud v dissolve?then u can add a pinch of bakin soda half an hour before u cook.
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