Appam - A Delicious Breakfast

Easy appam

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Appam - A Delicious Breakfast

Easy appam

Category : Vegetarian, Breakfast

By Smitha Balu

Published On: 10 Dec 2007

Rating: 3
11 Votes, 2 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Step 1

Clean the rice and make it into two parts.

Step 2

Grind the first part and keep it aside.

Step 3

Grind the second part.

Step 4

Add the yeast to it and grind again.

Step 5

:- Do not use much water.

Step 6

Pour the first part in a pan, add sugar and water and cook it on low flame. Stir continuously and it will become hard.

Step 7

Allow it to cool.

Step 8

Mix it with the second part and grind it again to form a smooth paste.

Step 9

:- The batter should not be too watery.

Step 10

Allow the batter to ferment for 7 hrs.

Step 11

Make thick and thin coconut milk with the grated coconut.

Step 12

Mix it with the batter.

Step 13

:- First add the thick one if it is enough don`t need to add the thin one.

Step 14

Add salt just before making appams.

Step 15

Heat non-stick appachatti.

Step 16

Pour one big spoon of the batter, rotate the pan and close with lid.

Step 17

When it is done, open the lid and take out the appam.


This is a new way for me- so I`m going to try it. Sure it will come out well with all the details. Thank you so much, I really like it when somebody speaks in detail.Also I had one doubt- why doesn everybody add salt later. Whenever I make appam I always add salt and sugar along with the ingredients and grind. I do add yeast in the end though- so far it has always come out well.


Recipe has given in very detail. Very pracical language. Thanks for good work.

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