27 March, 2012

Wheat Flour Appam




 For Fifthday of BM am sharing a Simple Prasadam recipe!!Recipe got it from "Raks Kitchen"...After tasting this Appam am remembering my grand mom use to make this on some occasional to offer god :)Adding bananas gives a really nice flavour and fluffiness to Appams..I tried some with Paniyaram Pan..
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Ingredients:
  1. Wheat Flour-1 cup
  2. Rice flour-2 tablespoon
  3. Jaggery - 3/4 cup (Powdered)
  4. Banana-1 (Mashed)
  5. Cardamom powder-1/2 teaspoon
  6. Cooking soda- A pinch
  7. Salt-A pinch
  8. Oil- Fot deep frying

Method:

  • Take a wider bowl,add all ingredients except oil .Add enough water and make like Vada batter.
  • Heat oil in kadai,for deep frying.
  • Drop small laddle of batter in oil ,appam comes up right away means,the oil is ready to fry.
  • Reduce the flame and pour laddle of batter and make fluffy appams.Do the same with remaining batter.
  • Fry untill appam gets golden color,then drain from oil.
  • Now Appam's ready to serve!!
Note:
  • Can use either Maida or Wheat flour for making.
  • If you making in paniyaram pan,use ghee for frying will taste excellent.
  • Fry one at a time to get a perfect shape,in kadai while deep frying.
Recipe belongs to Kerala.,Linking this recipe to ongoing event,  "South Indian Foods" @Foodelicious and to "Walk through memory lane" hosting by Roshan" 

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22 comments:

  1. I love this appam and we make it during Gokulashtami...and love it very much. They look absolutely tempting and yum...nice!!!

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  2. so yummy yum n perfect appams :)

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  3. an Indian banana fritter...looks so good!

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  4. Love these appams, especially the deep fried ones, they taste so..good..

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  5. I ll make it soon
    Saranya
    http://nicesaranya.blogspot.com/
    http://foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  6. I like that they are made in a paniyaram pan :)

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  7. Wowwww... Lovely appam.. looks inviting !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  8. Sounds really delicious..I somehow thought you made these in appay pan..with those perfect shape..

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  9. Prabha..lovely recipe there ...so glad u joined in..super clicks too:)

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  10. i love app ams.. we do it in a similar way.. just minus the banana's.. they must have added some extra flavor :)..love it!

    Ongoing Event : I'm The Star

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  11. My these look delicious. Like the rest of the comments above I have to sy Ima surprised they are deep fried and not from the pan.

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  12. we added shredded coconut also,make it during varalakshmi viratham...looks yummm!!

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  13. in kerala we have a similar snack called undampori....

    nice recipe here...thanks for linking it to WTML

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  14. I make this for tea. Love it anytime

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  15. Love appam anytime, but i have never made it before. Looks lovely!

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  16. Appam wit wheat flour. interesting.will try this.;-)

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  17. Yummy delicious...

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