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Sunday, November 2, 2014

UNNIYAPPAM / SMALL APPAM KERALA STYLE

Unniyappam is a popular Kerala traditional sweet snacks. Easy to make Unniyappam prepared from raw rice, jaggery, coconut bits and ghee. Old days Kerala people prepare it mainly during festivel season like Vishu. but in these days people make when they feel it. I bet if we start eating this small Appam we will feel like having more, so please try to make this tasty soft Unniyappam. 
  
Unniyappam / Small Appam Kerala Style
        
      
  
Recipe at a glance:
Prep Time........................15 min
Cook Time.......................25 min
TOTAL TIME.................40 min
Course............................Snack / Sweet
Yield...............................30 to 40 nos

Recipe Type.................Veg
Difficult......................Easy.

Ingredients:
Raw rice.....................................................................2 cups
Banana ( preferably palayamkodan pazham )........2 nos 
Jaggery syrup...........................................................3/4 cup
Coconut bits ( Thinly chopped pieces )...................1/4 cup
Sesame seeds...........................................................1 tbsp
Yeast.......................................................................A pinch
Kappi Kurukkiyathe...............................................2 glass
Ghee.......................................................................1 tbsp
Cardamom powder ( Elachi )...............................1/2 tsp
Water.....................................................................3/4 cup
Coconut oil for frying.
Directions:
1. Soak raw rice in water for 1 or 2 hours and drain the water. Grind it to a semi coarse batter.
2. Add pasted banana,  jaggery syrup, Yeast, Kappi kurikkaiyathe and water. Mix it well and the batter should be semi thick. ( Like iddli consistency ) Keep it 5 to 6 hours
3. Heat a pan with ghee and roast the coconut bits till it turns light brown. Add it, roasted sesame seeds and cardamom powder to the batter and mix it well.

4. Heat oil in a specially made Unniyappam Pan / Appachatti. When the oil is hot, lower the flame to medium and pour the enough batter to the pan pits to fill.

5. When the bottom of Unniyppam get a golden brown, turn it with a spoon and cook the other side too. Once cooked, remove and drain it. Now Kerala traditional Unniyappam is ready.





























  


Tips:

* You can use Fine flour ( Maida ) 1/4 cup instead of Kappi Kurikkiyathe.


Recipe Source..................................................Suja
Tested by..........................................................JayaprakasanC Edathil for the jpcedathil.blogspot.in


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