Kuzhalappam

Fried snacks with a good blend of onions and rice powder.

Kuzhalappam

Fried snacks with a good blend of onions and rice powder.

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By sowmya anilpillai

Published On: 06 Jun 2008

Rating: 4
17 Votes, 9 Reviews
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40 Minutes
Served : 5
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Directions

Step 1

Mix rice powder with shredded coconut very well.

Step 2

Puree shallots with cumin seeds and garlic.

Step 3

Mix this with rice mix along with coconut milk, sesame seeds and salt.

Step 4

Make small balls out of it around small lemon size.

Step 5

In a marble stone, either put a wax paper or oiled smeared banana leaf, cover it with the same after putting the ball.

Step 6

Roll it out by rolling on top of the leaf/paper using rolling pin.

Step 7

Roll it out of the paper like a cylinder.

Step 8

When oil is very hot, put the dough
cylinders in it and fry it.

Step 9

Once cooled, store the appams in an airtight container.

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DR VINOD KUMAR

TASTY RECEIPE SOWMYA, KEEP IT UP. POST RECEPIE FOR THIN RICE PATTARI. THANKS

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sowmya anilpillai

Normally darkness happens when you make dough much in advance and keep it for a long time before you roll it out. This absorbs moisture and make it dark!!!

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Devi Priya

When I fried it got dark pretty fast. What do I do?Please help

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mridula

Hey this is mridula from changanassery. Tried kuzhallappam dish and it was very good.Thanks again for this recipe.

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maya

thx for the recipe.Appams were very nice

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Veena

rolling out method was tricky.Your suggestions were very helpful

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Priya

I never tried making these appams as I thought it is vey complicated.But now I am so glad I did. They got over in no time.Thanks for the recipe

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Sheryn mathew

As the poplular talk, rolling out was difficult for me. It ended up breaking but I think it was because the dough was bit moist.I added some more rice flour and coated it.It came out well.

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Jaya

Thank You for this great recipe. My little one love this appam a lot. Now I can make it at home for him.Keep up this good work. I tried your ladoos and kesari. They were wonderful.

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