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Thursday, September 2, 2010

APPAM RECIPE | WHEAT FLOUR APPAM RECIPE

    Appam is a sweet dish made with wheat flour and this is my daughter’s favorite. Normally this is made during Ganesha Chaturthi |Vinayagar Chaturthi. I made this for Janmashtami yesterday. Along with i made murruku, thattai, milk peda, and aval.

Here is the recipe of sweet appam with whole wheat flour and jaggery.

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INGREDIENTS

WHEAT FLOUR 1 CUP
RICE FLOUR 1 TBLSP
BANANA 1 NO(OPTIONAL)
ELACHI POWDER A PINCH
JAGERRY 1/2 CUP
COCONUT SCRAPPED 2 TBLSP
WATER 2 CUPS
GHEE 1-2 TSP

METHOD:

  1. Take a broad vessel and combine the wheat flour , rice flour and elachi powder.
  2. Peel the skin of the banana and add to this.

IMG_2237   3.  In a kadai, add the jagerry aong with a cup of water and boil till the jagerry melts.

   4.   When it is done, filter it, to remove the impurities.

    5.  A tea strainer will do it .

     6.  Add this to the flour.

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      7. Mix it nicely with ur hand by adding a cup of water to it.

       8. The consistency should be a dosa batter consistency.

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          9. Mix everything well.

          10. Heat a paniyaram pan in the stove and keep the flame very low.  

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             11. Drop the mixture to each of the holes with the help of a tsp.

             12. Though i used a non stick paniyaram pan,i add a drop of ghee in all the 

                    holes.              

              13.  When it is done on one side, just flip it with the help of the wooden stick,which   ususally comes with the pan.

              14. A  chop stick also will help.

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            15. Repeat this for rest of the mixture.

            16. This propotion yielded 28 appams for me.

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Note.

  • Adding banana to this  will make the appam very softer even if it is consumed after few hours.
  • If u want coconut bits in this, u can add them instead of scrapped coconut.

I tried milk peda from Priya's blog. It was so easy to make and we enjoyed it throughly.

Thanks priya for the wonderful recipe.

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  • I replaced ghee with butter and decorated with coarsely ground pistas.

Click HERE the recipe.

31 comments:

  1. Wow looks yummy...havent tried aapam...looks so yummy. I luved the first click..very beautiful!

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  2. Making in paniyaram pan is a nice idea,I have to try it,looks gorgeous,milk peda looks yumm!!

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  3. Hi Jeyashree,

    i like this appam...

    We make this at home...

    Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  4. Nice appam dear...love ur pics....nicely presented!!!

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  5. Appam luks delicious,nice clicks...

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  6. wow..appam looks yummmyyyyy jeyashri... lovely..

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  7. cute appam....nice presentation!!!

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  8. Looks yummy !! I have to give a try

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  9. O, YUM...those appams look and sound delicious.

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  10. appam looks really spongy Jeyashri. Peda also have come out well

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  11. super yummy ... silk cloth pottu oru traditional touch ... superb click

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  12. Beautiful appams, very tempting Jeya..Cute pedas u got and thanks for trying..

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  13. Appams look so cute!!!! Milk peda looks equally great!

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  14. Happy janmasthami jeyashri, appam looks yum

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  15. nice clicks..looks so delicious..

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  16. It is my hubby's fav too..look awesome..came out so perfect!!

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  17. wow aapams r my favorite ...looks very tempting ...i have to try them ...thanks for sharing dear n milk pedas looks delicious

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  18. Loved both the sweets !!! We make appam for karthigai deepam. Peda looks gorgeous and loved the pattu pavadai decoration !!!

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  19. Our family all time fav..we call it unniappam...i am drooling here..looks tempting feel like garbing that fully..:)

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  20. Great idea of using paniyaram pan for making Appam! Both the sweets look very tempting. Milk Peda is my all time favorite.

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  21. Jeyashri the appams look spongy and have a perfect color too.
    The milk pedha looks very inviting.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  22. Haven t tried this...now i m so intrigued by this...they look incredibly delicious...Awesome clicks dear...:D

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  23. Aapam and peda look beautiful and perfect, nice click too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  24. Nice. i too make it in paniyaram pan..Awesome clicks.. I love the background cloth in the first picture :)Will try peda soon.thnx :)

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  25. I would love to have few sweet apam with my cuppa..peda looks delicious! you should've sent it for my event....

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  26. Ijust tried this Appam and this super spongy ,my son is loving it a lot... And he has asked fr the snack box tomo to his school ;)

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  27. Sweety appams,I'l try this.
    http://www.dstudioo.yolasite.com

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  28. very good receipe and all in my family loves the snack.. thanks for sharing

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