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A very soft tasty kind appam for break fast.
Published On: 19 Apr 2009
tamil: Arisimaavu / Arisipodi
hindi: Chawal Ka Aatta
Marathi: Tandool Cha Pith
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Bengali: Laban / Noone
Mix well rice flour, eggs, coconut milk powder, yeast and water and make the batter.
:- Make sure that flour is mixed well with eggs and water.
Leave the batter closed in a pot for 4-5 hours.
Then mix salt.
Place the non-stick appam thava on the stove & heat it.
Pour one big scoop appam batter in the thava & then by holding the both handles, spread the batter in the thava.
Close the lid & after 2 minutes, open the lid and take out the appam.
:- Serve hot with chicken curry or Egg Masala Curry.
:- This appam can also be served with coconut milk by adding sugar in it.
good....waiting for this type of recipe...once again thanx
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