Appam-अपम्म; is a South Indian Kerala pancake dish, made up by fermented rice batter & coconut milk. Very light and easy to digest yummy Indian pancake called appam. you can have it as it is or coconut chutney or Sāmbhar.
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10 hrPrep Time
30 minCook Time
10 hr, 30 Total Time
- Rice (चावल) - 2 cups
- Fresh coconut (ताजा नारियल) - 1 cup
- Baking soda - ½ tsp.
- Sugar (चीनी) - 2 tbsp.
- Water as needed for grinding.
- Oilfor greasing pan.
- Salt to taste.
- Grate fresh coconut (ताजा नारियल). Keep aside.
- Wash rice (चावल) and soak for an overnight.
- On next morning, drain rice (चावल) from water and blend them with grated fresh coconut (ताजा नारियल). If required add water, but not too much and make smooth paste as much as possible. Now let this mixture ferment for 4-6 hours in air-tight container.
- When this mixture fragmented add sugar (चीनी), baking soda, salt to taste and some water. Mix well and make smooth runny batter.
- Heat simmer non-sticky pan and pour a ladleful of batter, spread evenly. Cover the pan and let Appam cook for a minute. Uncover and your Appam is ready.
- Serve hot with Coconut Chutney or Sāmbhar.
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