Saturday, February 27, 2010

Unniappam


Ingredients:

Rice Flour - 1cup

Jaggery - 1/2cup (as required)

Banana - 2nos

Banking soda - a pinch

Cardmom powder - 1tsp

Preparation:

1)Melt the jaggery and grind the bananas 

2)In another bowl, add rice flour, melted jaggery,cardamom powder and banana paste and make a batter

3)Keep the batter for 5-6hours

4)Then heat a unniappam pan and add oil to each hole...when it boils, pour the batter into the holes and cook till it becomes brown both the sides

32 comments:

ganga said...

unniyappam kandittu naavil vellamurunnu........
nice........

BeenaShylesh said...

wow adipolli.yithu kannumbol ammaya ormma varunnu.she makes very tasty unniyappam...

Shama Nagarajan said...

nice one...

Sushma Mallya said...

Its come out so perfect and got a very beautiful & even colour too...

Soma Pradhan said...

just got a appe mould..Thx for sharing the recipe..Book marking it

kitchen queen said...

lovely appams my favourite.

Anu said...

My fav one.. Looks tempting..

Jagruti said...

Sweet appams looks very yummy...tempting!!

Vrinda said...

Mouthwatering unniyappam...i can finish the entire plate..yummmmmm

Aysha said...

Mouthwatering recipe dear....i love uniyappams...urs have come out really well

jeyashrisuresh said...

my daughter's fav.one.u made it perfectly.

Nandini said...

Unniappams are perfect! They look yummy and delicious!

Aparna said...

ente unniappam eppolum draftil thanne:) perfect

Rekha shoban said...

thank u ganga,beena,shama,sushma,soma,kitchenqueen,anu,jaruti,vrinda,aysha,jeya,nandini,and aparna

Priya said...

Thats a gorgeous, catchy and tempting appams..looks so cute Rekha!

Parita said...

Initially i thought these are gulab jamuns..they look so similar but after reading the recipe, oh my these are completely different than gulab jamuns and sounds so much delicious!

sangi said...

luks perfect dear!!enthina ingane vattakkunnathu?!

Gulmohar said...

kothippichu kolluvanallo...oru kudam vellam ippol njan irakki...lol...
They looks so perfect and yummm

jayarajmurukkumpuzha said...

delicious............

sangi said...

Da happy holi!

Sowmya said...

appam looks pefect dear....

Sarah Naveen said...

nalla super unniyappam....Yodha orma vannu :)
adipoli

Padma said...

Looks mouthwatering Rekha... love this a lot :)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Sweet appam sounds yummy to me...dear just wanted to tell you...I was not able to access your page from my dashboard..it gave me error message saying...page does not exist..I reached here from Pavithra's blog..

shahana said...

adipoli Unniappams.Kandittu kothiyavunnu!

kothiyavunu said...

Ooohh, lovely & perfect unniappam..Araanu eee recipes ishtappedathathu!!!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Uniappams are looking gorgeous and very tasty!!! Nice pics!!!

Anjum said...

Great looking unniappams.Lovely blog.
Do drop by at http://anjuskitchentreasures.blogspot.com/

Kamini Mani said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

zobars said...

Hi Rekha , found your blog thru Anupama's blog. I must say I love discovering new food blogs. I don't know what you used to cook the unniappams if you have a picture could you share with us of the appliance you used. I remember that I used to love these as a kid when I ate them at one of my dad's colleagues house.

zobars said...

Hi Rekha,
I read your older post where you have a picture for the pan so thank you for that. Love the blog pics.

Yummy Team said...

Yummy unniyappam! I shud say you have an interesting collection of recipes....Following you :)

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