Unniyappam

Keralites` delight - Unniyappam

Unniyappam

Keralites` delight - Unniyappam

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By Anil Nair(pachakam.c..

Published On: 06 Jan 2003

Rating: 4
14 Votes, 9 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 5
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Directions

Step 1

Mix together all the ingredients except sesame seeds, using a hand blender.

Step 2

Add the sesame seeds and mix using a spoon.

Step 3

:- If desired, roasted coconut pieces may be added.
:- Molasses may be replaced with 3/4 cup brown sugar.

Step 4

Heat oil in Appakkaara.

Step 5

:- If the rim is high, fill the holes completely. Otherwise, just a bit more than 3/4 full.

Step 6

When oil is hot, reduce stove temperature to about 70-75%. Fill each hole to about 3/4 full.

Step 7

Keep turning appams to get consistent cooking.

Step 8

Remove and drain appams when they are golden brown.

Step 9

:- For softer appams, use more mashed banana and less water (for instance, 1 cup mashed banana and 1 1/4 cup water).

Step 10

:- Makes about 20-25 appams.

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julie

it came very nice . thanks

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Smitha

What is the meaning of molasses?

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chithra

Excellent Recipe!!!...A very Easy Evening snack...Thx a lot Anil....

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sankari

Its so good & simple to make....

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shital

turned out good. keep it up

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Jyothika Anand

How to prepare this without using appakkara? I didn`t have appakkara.

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Radhika

Its very simple recipe. Anybody can make quickly

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Tinku K

nice

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sr

lovely

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