really did not know a thing or two about blogging or photography.....so, later in 2013, I updated the picture (as the original picture was really blurry)....some of my relatives and friends tried the recipe and it was a success...I even got a comment asking how to double this recipe for making 100 appams
appams are ready
Grated coconut: 1 cup Cooked Rice: 1 cup or one handful, I used left over matta rice.
Instant yeast: 1 tsp Water: 1 cup or as needed. Method:
This is one of my favorite recipes from my Mom's cookbooks. There are lots of different methods of doing appam, the one I have given here is the authentic keralaappam as you see in the picture its really very light soft and just melts in your mouth
If you ask keralites what are the breakfast items from Kerala or if you check any Kerala restaurant breakfast menu, you can find like these pair of names “Puttu and kadala curry”, “Appam and Egg Roast”, “Idiyappam and egg Curry”, “Poori and Potato Curry”, “Dosa and Sambar”, “Idly and Chammanthi Curry”, “Porota and beef ”, “Vellayappam and tharavu (duck) Curry” etc
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Kerala Chicken Stew for AppamLast week when I posted the Vegetable stew recipe on my blog, I got a request for Chicken stew recipe and since my husband's birthday was nearing I wanted to make Chicken stew and appam for his breakfast
But I have never thought of trying Kerala’s traditional appamrecipe popularly known as Palappam. Recently when I was going through my Instagram feed, I got tempted by seeing a picture of KeralaAppam served with vegetable stew for breakfast
Kerala cuisine has a large variety of Vegetarian and Non vegetarian recipes. My friend mentioned that the recipe of appam varies from region to region and this is a Malabar recipe which is followed in areas like Palaghat and Trissur stretch
We prepare variety of appams. I have already put up the regular Sweet Appam (sankashti parasadam), Oats Appam, Sugarcane juice appam, Plain Appam and today here goes the vegetable appam which is easy to prepare and also tasty to relish
A meal without a piece of fish is rarely seen in Kerala as we all know. My Amma makes fish curry daily at home and though I have it daily I never found a small difference the taste remains the same throughout
Sending this to The Kerala Kitchen hosted by Vidhya Salt to taste. Rice flour-1 cup(puttu podi)Water-1/2 cup approx(use more or less accordingly)Salt to tasteGrated coconut-1/2 cupMethod Of Preparation