Monday, December 12, 2011

Aappam with Coconutmilk

Aappam

Ingredients
Boiled Rice-1cup
Raw Rice-1cup
Methi Seeds-1teaspoon
Old rice /Pazhaiya saatham ***-one fistful
Salt

Method
Wash and soak the rices with methi seeds for 6 hours.
Grind it with the rice to a fine batter,add salt and let it ferment overnight.

Appam batter should be little watery than the regular dosa batter, so when you are making aappams, take the required amount of batter, add little water, and bring it to the required consistency.

Heat a nonstick aappam griddle, pour a laddle full of batter in the center, rotate the griddle carefully , so that the batter spreads evenly,close the lid, and cook on medium heat.


Open the pan, and take the aappams out, once cooked, they will slide down the pan very easily! :) Enjoy with the sweet coconut milk or spicy vegetable kuruma.
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Sweet Coconut Milk

Ingredients
Coconut milk powder-3tablespoons
Water-1/4cup
Milk-1/2cup
Sugar-1/4cup (adjust to your sweet tooth! ;) )
Elaichi-1

Method
Mix the coconut milk powder with luke warm water.
Boil the milk in a pan,combine the hot milk,sugar and coconut milk..cook on low heat till the sugar melts.
Switch off the stove and add the elaichi powder.
Enjoy it with hot n spongy appams!

Note
Freshly squeezed coconut milk is the best, but coconut milk powder works well too! Adding milk is optional, you can replace milk with more coconut milk powder.
Always add little salt for appam, as we are going to eat with sweet coconut milk.
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Aapam with Vegetable Kurma

Though the authentic combo for aapam is coconut milk, you can't eat all sweet breakfast! Spicy vegetable kurma is the best savory side dish for aapam. You can have it with coconut chutney or any other Chutney.

Usually I make aappam with only raw rice, this time, I saw the recipe here, and tried it. You can find the other version(unfortunately the recipe is in tamil! :) ) of aappam here.

***Old rice (cooked rice soaked in water for at least 8 hours)

Sending this recipe to Christmas Delicacy event happening at Julie's "Erivum Puliyum"

18 comments:

  1. Aapam looks delicious and tempting,love both the combo...

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  2. Appam luks so inviting dear .............

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  3. Very appealing ones n perfectly done..yumyum!!

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  4. AM drooling here mahi. As I don't have appachatti here, am missing it a lot. ippadi kurma voda photo pottu kadupetha koodathu mahi :-p :-(

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  5. Appam looks more tempting...idhellam saapittu romba varusham aaguthu..i don't have appam pan :( i love this appam with coconut milk..yummy!!

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  6. nice combination... looks delicious..

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  7. My fav dish n wonderful combo thanks for reminding...tempting clicks!!

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  8. Lovely authentic dish.nice combination

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  9. Super delicious appam with great curry...a perfect combination...

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  10. Looks superb!! wanna have a byte :)

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  11. 1st time here.. you've got a nice blog! :) Love this appam recipe. I've always wanted to taste appam (yea, I've never had it before) and now I can go make 'em! :D

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  12. Mahi, enjoyed the spongy aapam with korma. Very tempting presentation. :-)

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