Thursday, 16 May 2013

Quick Thengapaal Appam/ Indian Pancake


Ingredients:

750g rice flour
1 tsp of yeast
A pinch of salt
A pinch of sugar
2 cups of water
1/2 cup of cooked white rice
1 cup of coconut milk
1/2 cup of grated coconut

Blend cooked rice, sugar, yeast and grated coconut with a little water then add rice flour and for a couple of minutes. Now pour this mixture into an airtight container with a pinch of salt and let it ferment for at least 7 to 8 hours or overnight (the consistency of mixture should be thick something like idli mixtures)

After the mixture sits to ferment, mix 1 cup of coconut milk to dilute the fermented mixture, it should be watery not thick to make sure you get crispy edges with spongy middle. Mix the coconut milk only when you are ready to make the appam.

You need appam pan, heat appam pan on low flame and pour a ladle of mixture and rotate the pan to get thin and crispy edges and the balance mixture will form spongy middle. Cover and cook until the edges turn golden brown and crispy. Now remove it to a plate and serve with freshly squeezed coconut milk (added with sugar).



Now our Thengapaal Appam is ready to be eaten, do try and let me know how it turned out for you!



42 comments:

  1. never tried making appam at home dear.. looks great..

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  2. Wow, the center looks so spongy. Love appams anytime and that too with coconut milk. Yummy.

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  3. please keep the batter for min 7-8 hours for fermentation.make the appam after that..Use raw rice or basmati instead of rice flour...no need to add coconut milk.grated coconut is enough..Keralites usually make appam like this...
    Yours looks nice..

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    1. sorry dear wrongly type...mom kept it overnight...tq for correcting

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  4. its very drooling me aks... my fav...

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  5. That looks great, yum.

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  6. Wow looks perfect, I can have it anytime without fuss.. you have got it perfect the crispy sides and soft inside...!!! yum :)

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  7. looks so yummy. These days I don't use Coconut for Appam

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  8. Miss your post now. Lovely appam.

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  9. Love appam anytime of the day...I just made some last week :) These appams look so good

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  10. looks so good with nice clicks..

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  11. looks awesome !
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  12. u have made perfect ones,the centre looks so spongy.it is looks divine.

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  13. Its my favorite with mutta roast

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  14. Appam is our family fav....Looks yum.

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  15. I love how thin and crispy your pancakes are and they are gluten free, lactose free and egg free. Just perfect for me. Thank you for this lovely recipe. Have a super weekend. Take care, BAM

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  16. Wow!! my favorite breakfast item!! tempting clicks!

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