Appam ~ 101 Dosa Varieties and Announcing Kid’s Delight next theme

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I love Appams, it was no wonder that I jumped in when Amma said she has another version of doing it. Making Appam has an added advantage as my kids love Appams along with Tomato Kurma. This version of Appam was the breakfast for Sunday and kids jumped with joy!
Coming to the Kid’s Delight event, I am happy to announce that Priya Mahadevan is hosting the next edition of Kid’s Delight, themed on an a very interesting one named as No Egg/No Butter, Ghee/No Sugar . Do check in her page and send her your creations.
Please check out the Round of Restaurant Recreations hosted by Champa.

Ingredients Needed:

Raw Rice – 2 cups
Coconut Milk – 1 cup
Coconut Water – 1 cup
Sugar – 1 tsp (opt)
Salt to taste
Cooking Soda – a pinch

Method to prepare:

Fermenting the Coconut Water

We normally add sugar to the coconut water for mild sweetness to the appams. You can avoid this if you want. This is done along the same time you soak your rice, about 4 -5 hrs.

Grinding the batter

Soak the rice for 4 -5 hrs and grind to smooth batter in a grinder.
To the batter add fresh Coconut milk to the batter.
Let it ferment overnight.

Just before making the appams, add soda.

Sending this to Priya for Kid’s Delight, themed on No Egg/No Butter, Ghee/No Sugar .

Appam ~ 101 Dosa Varieties and Announcing Kid's Delight next theme

Course Breakfast
Dish Type Dosa Varieties
Author Srivalli
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  1. I've never had appams, but have seen many recipes online. Yours looks fluffy and delicious. Does the coconut milk have to fresh or can I use canned milk?? tks.
    Enjoy your weekend Valli.

  2. Pavani, I guess the canned coconut milk will also have the same taste if not exactly? Otherwise try the other recipe, that comes might be easier for you if you don't have coconut milk

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