VegetarianVegetarian Breakfast Palappam-vellayappam by DhanyaM August 18, 2006 written by DhanyaM August 18, 2006 Delicious palappams Print Recipe Votes: 2 Rating: 4.5 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Rice - 2 cups Boiled rice - 2 tbsp Grated Coconut - 3/4 cup Yeast - 1/2 tsp Sugar - 1 tbsp Salt - 1/2 tsp Cuisine Kerala Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Rice - 2 cups Boiled rice - 2 tbsp Grated Coconut - 3/4 cup Yeast - 1/2 tsp Sugar - 1 tbsp Salt - 1/2 tsp Votes: 2 Rating: 4.5 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions Grind all these together by adding water. Pour half of the dough to a vessel and warm the remaining half in a pan Keep stirring while warming as the dough gets thick very quickly Once the dough thickens, switch off the fire, grind the warmed portion again by adding little water to make a smooth form. Mix this along with the first half kept aside Keep it overnight, and thus the dough is ready for palappam...make the consistency of the dough accordingly by adding water. For vellayappam, i suggest not to go for the warming process , coz it makes the appam too soft. So you can just grind the above ingredients and keep it overnight as such. BirthdayBreakfastDinnerEasterEasyPartyXmas 12 comments 1 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail DhanyaM previous post Idlis next post Indian Coffee House Egg Roast Related Posts Chembu Thandu Pachadi | Chembin Thal Pachadi January 31, 2020 Parippu Manga Curry | Raw Mango Curry January 27, 2020 Thakkali Ulli Chammanthi | Red Chilli Red Chutney January 22, 2020 Mathanga Payar Olan | Olan Recipe January 16, 2020 Potato Masala |Aloo Masala Recipe for Dosa and... January 15, 2020 Cucumber Tomato Pulissery | Vellarikka Pulissery January 6, 2020 Tomato Ka Salan Recipe | Indian Tomato Curry... January 3, 2020 Kadala Parippu Masala Curry | Bengal Gram Curry December 23, 2019 Lololikka Achar Recipe | Loobikka Achar Recipe December 23, 2019 Thakkali Muringakkai Curry | Muringakkai Curry December 13, 2019 12 comments June 14, 2007 - 12:00 am Dhanya, there is diifference between palappam and vellayappam. Palapppam, as its name indicates you must add “coconut milk” which is called “Thenga pal”& it need “appa chatty” for its proper shape and texture. In vellayam there is no coconut milk as an ingredient but grinded coconut paste is added to the batter. Reply November 16, 2008 - 12:00 am Good Recipe Reply January 8, 2007 - 12:00 am Thanks for ur wonderful recipe.It was so yummy,My hubby really liked it. Reply August 25, 2006 - 12:00 am Thanks a lot.This recipie is too good,and finally i started making fantastic palappams Reply August 25, 2007 - 12:00 am I made palappam today and it came out very well.Thanks for the recipe.c Reply October 1, 2011 - 5:01 am Dhanya, while grinding the coconut for vellyappam add in little cumin seeds to enhance the taste and smell. Reply June 18, 2007 - 12:00 am thnaks suja for the information, but i hope everyone knows that we make palappam in appachatti and vellayappam on a thava, and i find no taste difference in using the same dough for both appams by changing the consistency of the dough. the problem with coconut milk is if it`s not freshly taken, the taste won`t be much good (if u use tinned or coconut milk powder) , as most don`t get time to take coconut milk freshly , i feel grinding coconut with rice is always better that using any other substitution for coconut milk thanks Reply June 22, 2007 - 12:00 am Hey this recipie is really good .I tried making palappam many times but it was not as perfect as this one thank you very much for this recipie. a simple tip along with this if u add baking soda not baking powder just before u make the appam it becomes mor nice. Reply October 12, 2010 - 1:54 am I tried this recipe…excellent one..the appams came out well..they were soft, except that the sweetness was a bit less…thanks for a palappam recipe for which i dont have to extract the coconut milk..for me taking coconut milk was the most tedious of all.. Reply June 25, 2010 - 3:23 am Excellent one. It came out very well. Thank you so much for this recipe……..Dhanya. Reply January 31, 2009 - 9:53 am Thank You Dhanya. I agree to what is said in your comment that there is no subsititue for adding real coconut to the dough than adding store bought coconut powder or milk. I have tried this many times and it came out so soft and wonderful! Thanks a bunch. Reply June 16, 2009 - 7:43 pm Dear Dhanya,Please give more details. does the rice have to be soaked. And is boiled rice cooked rice or puzhukkalari. Thankyou. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.