Appam is the most popular among Kerala breakfast recipes that are healthy and easy to make. These white lacy pancakes have a crisp side with an airy, soft on touch, fluffy center. Appam recipe uses minimal ingredients, simple to make and usually served with a range of sides like vegetable stew or chicken stew, sweetened coconutmilk, Kerala egg cury, egg roast, korma, chutney and kadala curry. This is a popular south indian crepe or pancake which is typically prepared from yeast fermented dosa batter with coconut. it is referred with different names all over south india but the taste and preparation remains fairly consistent. it is known as aappam in tamil, appam in malayalam, kerala and gulle eriyappa in kodava or karnataka. having said that, this exotic recipe was the fusion of jewish cuisine with indian cuisine when jewish community first settled in india. besides, some variations and important tips for a perfect appam recipe. firstly, do not cut short the fermentation process and the batter has to be fermented for a minimum of 8 hours in a warm place. if you live in cold place, keep the batter in a preheated oven. secondly, i have added poha or avalakki or aval while grinding. you can also add cooked rice to have the same effect. basically it is added to have a smooth texture to appam. Try this simple delicious breakfast at your home with side dish. Here you can find the detailed recipe.