Saturday, November 24, 2012

Easy Paalappam

Recipe Source: My Favorite Foods
Raw Rice/Basmathi Rice: 2 cups
Cooked Rice: ¾ cups
Yeast: ½ tsp
Coconut Milk Powder: 4tbsp
Sugar: 2-3tbsp
Luke warm water: ¼ cup
Water: to grind the rice
Salt: needed
Baking Powder: ½ tsp

Method Of Preparation
Soak rice in water for 2-3 hours.
Soak yeast in luke warm water for 10-15 minutes.
In a blender add soaked rice, cooked rice, coconut milk powder, sugar, salt and fermented yeast mix. Add water if needed.
Grind all the ingredients together to a fine paste.
Allow the batter to ferment for 8-10 hours.
Add baking powder 30 minutes before you are going to make the appam.
Heat a non sick appachatti in medium flame. Pour a laddleful of batter and swirl the pan around, spreading the batter to the sides of the pan.
Cover with the lid and cook on low flame for 2-3 minutes. Slowly remove the appam from the pan.
Serve with your desired curry.

Note: Basmathi rice makes the appam softer n tastier than the normal raw rice.


Hema said...

They look so soft and spongy..

Beena.stephy said...

Spongy appam

Roha said...

Smooth and spongy..:)

Priya said...

Super spongy and fabulous appams,inviting.

Suman Arthy said...

Dear why do you add yeast and baking powder together...won't the batter rise so much?

Veena Theagarajan said...

Super spongy..I just add baking powder adding yeast and baking together is new to me

divya said...

ohhh....such a yummy recipe it

Suja Manoj said...

Spongy and yummy,love it

Ganga Sreekanth said...

Fasee thanks . . .Appam nalla soft n crispy aayittundu

WeR SAHM said...

appam is my all time favorite....

Rafeeda said...

the recipe i've with me needs coconut water to be included and by omitting it, the appam looked more like dosa. this one looks like a good idea... will definitely try and let u know, faseela... TC!!!

Amy said...

This is one of our favourites...we call it as 'Appa'.looks yummy!

Curry and Comfort said...

Yes, Amy above is a Sri Lankan and we call it appa.... love it. :)

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Soft and delicious appams

Vimitha Anand said...

They look soft and inviting... Would be great with coconut milk