Thursday, June 10, 2010

Spongy Appam

Ingredients:
Cooked Rice - 1/2 cup
Raw Rice - 1 cup
Grated coconut -1/4 cup
Salt - for taste
Cooking soda - 1/2 tsp
Method:
1.Soak raw rice for 2-3 hour.
2.Now grind it smoothly along with cooked rice and coconut. Mix it well adding salt to it and let it for fermenting. May be for a night or so.
3.Add cooking soda just before you make dosa and mix well. Now make dosas in the non stick pan. Spongy Appam is ready to eat.
Serve it hot with chutney

18 comments:

Pravs said...

nice spongy Appams. Will love this with some stew.. slurp :)

Jay said...

Appam with Paya is my fav breakfast...spongy Appams nicely clicked...just tempted to taste one.

Rachana Kothari said...

Lovely spongy appams!!!

Nithu Bala said...

Beena, shall I take all the aapams..they make me hungry..nice click dear.

Umm Mymoonah said...

Appam looks so soft, you have got it perfectly, nice pictures.

Kairali sisters said...

Beautiful clicks Beena, Appam looks very soft and love this with stew..

Love
Kairali sisters

Nitha said...

I used to make this kind of appam until I had the other appachatti with me.. Yours looks so spongy and soft..

Priti said...

Looks so gud..I love appam

Rumana Rawat said...

Wow!!! this lovely appam looks great and beautiful:)

vineetha said...

That is really a spongy one..Njan cooked rice ithra idarilla...Ethra ittal super spongy appam kittum lle..mine is soft but not very spongy :) Tomato pachadi yum vayichutto..our Kannur special !!But we call it thakkali perekku :)I saw the awards only now..Sorry for not thanking you..Thanks ketto..

Suja Sugathan said...

Lovely spongy appams..nice clicks.

Renu said...

Hi Beena,
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Your blog looks awesome..bookmarking it..

divya said...

lovely spongy appams!!

Hari Chandana said...

one more classic and delicious recipe.. looks perfect dear.. :)

Fathima said...

very soft 'n spongy appams

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Fabulous Appam. Bookmarking it!

Shree said...

My first time here. Nice blog. Appams look sooo soft and spongy.

Anonymous said...

You forgot Andrew Jackson’s Big Block of Cheese with nary a macaroni in sight.