Unniyappam Made With Semolina

Soft & Tasty unniyappam

Unniyappam Made With Semolina

Soft & Tasty unniyappam

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By Ambily Gokul

Published On: 27 Aug 2009

Rating: 3
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30 Minutes
Served : 40
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Directions

Step 1

Boil and melt the Jaggiry in 1/2 cup of water and keep it aside to get it cool.

Step 2

Grind bananas.

Step 3

Mix semolina in the jaggiry water and add the grinded bananas.Stirr & mix it well.

Step 4

Add water as required to make the batter loose enough to pour in the unniyappam thava pits.

Step 5

Add rosated seasame, roasted small pieces of coconut, cardmom powder, yeast and and allow it to stand for 2-3 hrs.

Step 6

Heat the Unniyappam pan,and fill oil in each impression upto 3/4.

Step 7

When the oil is very hot,reduce the heat to medium and fill the thava pits with the batter upto a little more than 3/4th full.

Step 8

Allow it to cook slowly until done.
:- Do not cover the pan.

Step 9

When one side is done,flip over to the other side and cook.
:- It will come out easily without sticking,if its cooked well.

Step 10

Cook until both sides are golden brown in color.

Step 11

Remove and drain it to a tissue paper.

Step 12

:- Serve hot.
:- This is good snack item that can be served along with tea.

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