Saturday, September 7, 2013

Mutta Aappam

When you buy a uniyappam chatti, of course you make uniyappam (a popular snack from Kerala), then what with the uniyappam chatti, you make paniyaram, next in line could be these mutta aapams. This is just a treat for people who are curry mad as mutta aappams pair well with almost all your favorite curries.

So what say about popping some curry drenched mutta aappams to your mouth.




Ingredients
Raw rice - 2 cups

Cooked rice - 1 cup

Small Banana/Cheru pazham - 1 No.

Egg - 1 No.

Salt - as required

Bicarbonate of soda - 1/4 tsp

Oil - as required



Method
Soak raw rice for 2 hours. After 2 hours,  put soaked rice  in a blender along with cooked rice, egg, banana, and salt. Grind this to the consistency of dosa batter (add water to retain the dosa batter consistency). Now add bicarbonate of soda and mix this well. Keep this aside.

Heat nonstick unniyappam chatti and add a drop of oil in the hole, now pour the batter to the holes. Cook till it gives a light brown color on one side. Turn it to the other side and cook till it gets a light brown color.

Serve this with beef curry, chicken fry, or duck fry.


10 comments:

  1. looks perfect...book marked... will try soon

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  2. Any substitute to egg. Rest the dish looks yummy!!

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  3. I am getting to know this recipe often.. Looks so yumm.. Bookmarking it

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  4. Awesome appam. Used to eat lots of it when mum used to make.

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  5. this is an interesting recipe, should try it sometime for sure...

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  6. An interesting recipe. Will try very soon. Thanks for sharing

    ongoing event: healthy breakfast

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  7. tasty basmati rice dish that is easy to cook using Pure Basmati rice, which enhances and complements the fragrant flavours of any rice dish.

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  8. Absolutely delicious basmati rice,classic recipe..looks divine.

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