Saturday, May 19, 2012

Unni appam

Got some chakkavaratti/Jack fruit preserve from home.So tried these unni appams with it...They were soft and delicious...



Method of Preparation:
1. Melt the jaggery with little water(1/4 to1/2 cup).Let cool
2. Fry the cumin and coconut in ghee and keep aside.
3. Add the chakkavaratti to rice flour along with cooled jaggery syrup and fried coconut, cumin.
4. Mix with required amount of water such that the batter should be thick almost like idli batter or little less.
5. Heat the appam pan(kaarolu), Pour oil(as needed to deep fry) in to it.once hot, pour the batter in to it and wait till it turns golden brown.NowTurn it with a stick and cook the other side.
6. Remove it on a kitchen tissue.Continue the process.
7. Enjoy it warm or at normal temperature.These remain good for more than a week.


To make Rice flour:
1. Soak 1 cup of raw rice in water for 3 to 4 hrs. Drain and spread on a sheet of paper/cloth.
2. When it is partially dry,grind it to a not too smooth, but little grainy powder.Use this to make appams.


Notes:
1. Usually rice flour is not fried to make unni appams.
2. Add jaggery as needed.
3. Use oil as needed to deep fry
Sending this to The Kerala Kitchen hosted here

30 comments:

  1. This looks so delicious. And all so perfectly brown and uniform shapes.Wow!

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  2. looks yummy..beautiful presentation dear!
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  3. A new recipe for me..Unni appams looks so cute and delicious..

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  4. Our favourite.. they looks sooo good

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  5. perfectly done dear.....they are so inviting.....n lovely pics...

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  6. Delicious appam, looks so tempting...........

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  7. Unniappams with Jackfruit sounds so yummy n it looks too tempting!!
    Spicy Treats

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  8. Adipoli unniappam.love the presentation and the clicks,drooling.

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  9. Very delicious n my favorite..Its long I haven't had these:-)

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  10. appam looks so delicious and soft...

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  11. those unni appams look gorgeous!

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  12. looks so tempting, nice authentic presentation!

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  13. Wow just mouthwatering n looks authentic...

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  14. Nice and delightful appam !!

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  15. Very tempting

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  16. Nice and tempting unni appam, well presented

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  17. Wat an inviting and droolworthy unni appams.

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  18. Unniappam looks so delicious and tempting,beautiful clicks....

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  19. Reshmi, this truly looks mouth-watering. I loved this. South Indian food is such a variety!

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  20. this is such an interesting recipe. nice one dear

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  21. Such an awesome snack. I love it.

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  22. These looks so delicious,feel like grabbing one.

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  23. Interesting recipe, looks so yummy.

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  24. Interesting recipe, looks so yummy.

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  25. my all time favorites...it looks so so delicious dear...drooling over the pics !!!!

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