To view the collection of recipes for NAVARATHRI, Click HERE
http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/konda-kadalai-black-chickpeas-channa.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/mint-and-coriander-flavoured-peas.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/vada-paruppu-paasi-paruppu-sundalmoong.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/lemon-rice-recipeelumichai-satham-rice.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/05/puli-satham-puliodharai-puliogare.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/coconut-rice-thengaai-satham-recipe.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/green-gram-sweet-sundal-sweet-payaru.html
href= http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/kalkandu-sugar-candy-pongal-kalkandu.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/01/akkaara-adisalakkara-vadisal-sweet-milk.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/05/almond-milk-kesari-how-to-make-milk.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/07/wheat-rava-kesari-broken-wheat-kesari.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/green-gram-spicy-sundal-pacha-payaru.html http://www.kuzhalisamaiyalarai.in/2017/09/aval-kesari-pohaflattened-rice-kesari.html

AAPAM(ஆப்பம்)- RECIPE WITH VIDEO AND STEP BY STEP PICTURES.

Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

Aappam(ஆப்பம்)is a traditional healthy dish which mostly served for breakfast or dinner. the first thing to say about this aappam is it doesn't uses yeast and involves any other difficult steps. It is simple ,soft, and yet tasty also.
I have tried aappam very few times only in hotels. But this homemade appam is really really great when compared to those appams which I ate. This recipe will surely yields you flawless appams. The crispy ends and the spongy soft centre will make you feel heavenly.
Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

When I saw this recipe in raks kitchen, I immediately tried and it came out really well. I have prepared this appam many times and all the time it came out perfectly. So definitely do try this and tell me the results.
Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

Ok now coming to this recipe,
VIDEO RECIPE:

AAPPAM(ஆப்பம்)
RECIPE TYPE: BREAKFAST | CUISINE: SOUTH INDIAN | YIELDS: 3 PERSONS
|PREPARATION TIME:  20 MIN | COOKING TIME: 5 Min

INGREDIENTS:
Idly rice                                  1 ½ cup
Raw rice                                 1 ½ cup
Urad dhal                               1/8 cup
Fenugreek seeds                    1 tbls
Poha/aval                              ½ cup
Eno salt/cooking soda          1 tsp   
Salt                                          as needed      
*tsp: teaspoon ||tbls: tablespoon         
                                                                                                 
METHOD:
Wash and soak the rice, urad dhal, fenugreek seeds together for minimum 5 hours. Soak aval/poha in water. 

Grind all to a smooth paste by adding water little by little.
Add salt and let it ferment for minimum 8 hours or overnight.
After fermenting add water if required to make the batter little runny than our normal idly batter.
Just before making appams add the eno salt/soda and mix well.

In appam pan (aappa chatti) add 1 laddle of batter and pour it in the center.
Then hold both the handles in the aappam pan and rotate it .(Please refer video)
In that way the batter will coat a thin layer around the sides and the thick batter will be in the center. Drizzle some oil on the top if you want.
Close with the lid and cooking medium flame for few minutes. (Mine got cooked in 2 minutes)

Serve hot with coconut milk or any vegetable stew or tomato kurma. We liked even with the simple garlic chilipowder.
Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

NOTES:
  • In case of preparing bulk you can soak the rice and urad dhal with fenugreek seeds separately, in that case grind urad dhal and fenugreek till fluffy by adding water little by little, then grind rice till smooth and mix together.
  • I personally don’t like to add cooked rice in idly/dhosa/aappam batter so I haven’t used, if u like you can add ¼ cup cooked rice instead of poha.
  • If you are not able to rotate by holding the handle of aappam pan, you can spread the batter evenly with a ladle.
  • I prefer to add the cooking soda/eno salt in batches, ie., not in the whole batter. Also while adding water don’t add it to the entire batter, check the consistency by adding the water to a small batch.
  • Don’t add more soda/eno salt.
  • You can make normal dosa also with this batter.


Aappam(ஆப்பம்)


Aappam(ஆப்பம்)

Do try this recipe and please don’t forget to give your feedback in comments.

To get the update of new recipes posted in my blog please do subscribe to my blog or like my facebook page or follow me on pinterest or add to your google + circle.
Pinterest:kuzhalis samaiyalarai
For videos please subscribe:kuzhalis samaiyalarai 

No comments:

Post a Comment