Oct 11, 2013

Nei Appam Recipe / Instant Nei Appam


Making nei appam can be time consuming, making the rice batter, fermenting it can be quite a big task. But this is a instant recipe made without banana and the ground up rice. This can be made in less than 30 mins. So give it a try and you will love it..




Preparation Time: 5 mins
Resting Time : 15 mins
Frying Time : 2 to 3 mins per batch
Makes : 10 appam

Ingredients:

Wheat flour / Atta - 1/2 cup
Rawa / Sooji / Semolina - 1/2 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Maavu - 1/2 cup
Jaggery / Sarkarai - 1 cup grated
Coconut - 1/2 cup grated
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Ghee / Oil - for frying
Water as needed

Method:

Take all ingredients in a bowl except ghee. Add water and make into a soft and smooth batter. Let this mixture sit for 15 mins.

Now heat a paniyaram pan. I used a nonstick paniyaram chatti.

Add in ghee and let that heat up. Drop spoonfuls of batter into the chatti and fry till golden. Flip over and cook on other side too till it is crispy.

Remove it and let it drain in a paper towel.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients
Take wheat flour, rice flour and sooji in a bowl

add some salt and baking soda in it

add in coconut

some grated jaggery
add in water

Make into a batter

It should be little thick
Heat a paniyaram pan

add some ghee in it

drop spoonfuls of batter in that
flip over and cook
Serve hot

26 comments:

  1. I haven't had this before,looks interesting and yummy!

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  2. hi aarthi..is it roasted rawa?

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  3. I wanna make this but I don't have this pan, so what can I do?

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  4. @Sarah GulI think you can drop it into small balls and fry in oil or ghee

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  5. Is it freshly grated coconut or dry coconut?

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  6. just love love love your page! n so appreciate the effort u put in! my absolute favorite is the pictorial! ur recipes r simple n very down to earth, sans the scary frills other bloggers use! thank u so much for keeping it simple for simple people like us! keep up the great job u r doing!

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  7. just love love love your page! n so appreciate the effort u put in! my absolute favorite is the pictorial! ur recipes r simple n very down to earth, sans the scary frills other bloggers use! thank u so much for keeping it simple for simple people like us! keep up the great job u r doing!

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  8. Hi aarthi can we add banana to this

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  9. @AnonymousIf you want you can add, but it is not needed

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  10. Hi Aarthi, Can I do this without rava/sooji??

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  11. i dont have nonstick pan but i have panaiyarakal.is it came well in panaiyarakal without sticky with that?

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  12. @AnonymousYes but you have to add more oil or ghee.

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  13. What is jaggery and what is sooji?

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  14. I luv this.. looks perfect..

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  15. Can we do it with out baking powder?

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  16. @Anonymousjaggery is called as gur/ sarkarrai/ pal sugar, sooji is rava

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  17. This looks really good. But can it be made with less jaggery? Or less sweeter as I think this much amount would be very sweet.

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  18. its baking soda/bicarbonate of soda?

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  19. I had long stopped making unniappam as it would turn out hard and rubbery no matter what I do. But for this onam your recipe made by day. Came out very well-soft yet crispy. Thanks for sharing this receipe.

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