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Tasty Kerala Appams in an easy way
Published On: 07 Feb 2007
English: Raw Rice
telugu: Pachi Biyyam / Biyyamu
hindi: Arwa Chawal
Konkani: Soorev Orovu / Thando
Oriya: Arua Chaula
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Bengali: Laban / Noone
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
Soak the rice for 4 hours.
Grind it with other ingredients.
:- The consistency should be of that of DOSA.
Keep aside for fermenting.
:- It will take 6 - 8 hrs to ferment.
Pour mix into a pre-heated Appa chatti and turn the chatti in a cirular motion so that the appams will make perfect round shape.
Close the lid.
After the appam is done, transfer it into serving plate and repeat the process for other appams.
:- This quantity mentioned above will make almost 10 - 12 appams.
my appams turned out very well. thank u.............
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