Appam - Recipe Marathon - Day 12

Hey people, Im very happy today. I was the winner for a Riddle Me #3 Im posting an instant sweet preparation today. This Appam I do it for Krishna Jayanthi and for Karthikai Deepam. This is very simple and yet tasty one. Calorie concious folks stay away that includes me also. now for the recipe.
Maida - 3 cups
Jaggery - 2 cups ( depends on your requirement)
A pinch of salt.
Oil - for deep fry.

Powder jaggery and put it in a large bowl, pour 2 cups of water, so that jaggery is immersed in it . Leave it for sometime, say 30mins. Then use your hands and mix jaggery well with water and strain the whole mixture through a fine sieve or cloth. This is because Jaggery will have lot of foreign particles in it. In this method you can avoid foreign particles becoming your food. Now in another bowl add maida, pinch of salt and the jaggery water. Mix well to an extent where in there are no lumps. The batter should be a smooth one and the consistency of dosa batter.
Heat oil in a deep frying pan. When the oil is hot take one laddle of batter and pour it into the hot oil.
Care should be taken to maintain the flame at a medium level, so that the appam is cooked properly at the same time its not over burnt. After some time turn it over.
When your appam is in golden brown color, its time to remove it onto a tissue paper and serve hot.

A peek into what my fellow runners blog to see what is cooking.

DK from Culinary Bazaar,Siri from Siri-Corner,Srivalli from Cooking4allseasons, Ranji from Rb cuisines,PJ from Seduce your taste buds,Curry Leaf from Tasty Curry Leaf,Medha from Medha Blogspot,Priya from Priya's Easy and Tasty Recipes,Bhawna from Bhawna Loves Cooking,Raaji from Raajis - Kitchen,Ruchii from Ruchii,Anu from Arundati-Foodblog,Kamala from Harish Nandu,Roopa from RV Kitchen Treats,Divya Kudua from Divya's Cook Book,Rekha from Plantain Leaf,Divya M from Divyaz Easy Receipe, Lakshmi from The Yum Blog,Raaga from Chef At Work,Lakshmi Venkatesh from Delights of Cooking,Sripriya from Srikar's Kitchen,Viji from Viji's Veg Corner,Pavani from Food Damaka


Bhawana said...

Kamalika, nice recipe. to get healthier version u can replace maida with wheat flour or semolina. It wud taste deleicous too :). We make that way in our place.

Medhaa said...

I have had savoury appam this is new look syumm

ranji said...

waaaaaaaaah!!thats one delcious and perfect appam...i love it...yum!!

Unknown said...

instant sweet recipe, nice one to celebrate.

kamala said...

Nice Appam Kamalika...Btw I have seen long before in urs that you are from Ambasamudram or nearby..Is this ur native place?

CurryLeaf said...

Love the dish.Congrats on your win

Andhra Flavors said...

it looks tempting! nice recipe kamalika.

karuna said...

ya i think i wld stay away too, but it looks to tempeting.........i think maybe i can indulge once. nice recipe.

Srivalli said...

I was expecting something else.this looks very interesting!

Kitchen Chronicles said...

Nice recipe. i also use semolina in our appams.

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