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Tuesday, February 24, 2009


I prepared this sweet for MahaSivarathri for the first time, It came out so well. This is famous sweet in South india very easy to prepare and taste will be excellent.
· Grated Jaggery – 1 cup
· All purpose flour / maida – ½ cup
· Rice flour – 2 tsp
· Oil – for deep frying
· Powdered cardamom – 1 tsp
· Dry ginger powder/sukku– ½ tsp
· Mix all purpose flour and rice flour keep it aside
· Boil ¼ cup of water, once the water starts boiling add the grated jaggery to water
· Keep on stirring it, while all the jiggery dissolves. Once you see all jaggery is dissolved, add ginger powder and cardamom to it.
· Mix well for 2 min, turn off the heat
· Add this jaggery mixture to the flour[Maida & rice flour]
· Mix well, till no lumps remains
· Add water if required.
· The batter should be in the consistency of idli batter
· Once the batter the ready, heat oil for fry in pan
· Once the oil is hot, add spoonful of batter to the oil
· The heat should be medium, not too high or low
· Once you see the bubbles around the batter in the oil stops, you can remove the appam from oil · If you remove it before that it will be half cooked inside
· So allow it to cook well
· Drain excess oil with kitchen issue.
Offer it to almighty and pray for world peace and prosperity.

1 comment:

Preety said...

wow these look so mom use to make gulgulae(i don't know the other name of this:)..but appam looks exactly like that..but the recipe of that is different..

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