Thursday, November 29, 2007

Sweet Appo


"Sweet Appo" is also know as Kuli Paniyaram in tamil. You need a special vessel to make this sweet. A very tasty sweet & very easy to make.

Ingredients:

Raw Rice - 1 cup
Jaggery - 1& 1/4 cup
Coconut pieces - 3 tbspns (if dersired)
Elaichi powder - 1/2 tsp
Cahews & raisins - little
Ghee - as required

Method:

1. Soak rice for an hour. Grind to a coarse paste with as less water as possible.

2. Now to this add jaggery & Elaichi (I keep the jaggery in the microwave for a minute to soften it).

3. Once everything blends well, trasfer to a vessel & add the coconut pieces, cashews & raisins.

4. Keep the Appo vessel on gas & add ghee into each hole. Then once its hot pour in this mixture & cover & cook. Once the first sides done, turn & cook other side.. takes about 5 minutes to completly be done. Keep reating the process til your batters done!

Your Appo are ready to be served.... hot or cold its yummy always!

11 comments:

Asha said...

I love it, I made pancakes with Paniyaram pan and my kids LOVED them with syrup for Sunday breakfast!
Sweet appe looks delicious.See you in 2 weeks Seema, will miss ya!:)

Kribha said...

This is one of my favorites. But it's been a long time since I made it. I add some mashed bananas in mine. Ah...Seema,you have made me crave for it right now. What to do? Next 4 days I'm going out. No cooking at all. :-(

Laavanya said...

Hi Seema.. this looks lovely. I made this just once but it turned out too dark for me and wasn't very soft.. maybe i should try your method. Does this turn out soft?

Suganya said...

A little wheat flour yields soft and spongy aapams.

Pravs said...

Looks like this sweet is very popular in different states. In kerala its called unni appam. Love it.Looks so yummy.

bee said...

i tried them recently and they turned out hard and yucky. thanks for your recipe. i know i was doing something wrong. my mom used to add a bit of wheat flour to make them soft inside.

Red Chillies said...

Wow Seema. "goode Appo" bhari yummy dista assa. Atta jevan zhalle and I am craving for your appe as dessert :-)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

My favourite dish...We too make this,but with little urad dal and fenugreek seeds:)

Manasi said...

Oh I love these!!! Aren't these also called 'nei appam'? I tried them once, but weren't very spongy as i wanted them!! Must try ur version!

Seema said...

Asha- Great idea, Pancakes in Paniyaram style!! Your so innovative:-)
Have fun & we'll miss u too!

Kribha- Yes people add bananas, but i dont like that, so make minus them.. Craving - Hmm... come back from vacation & have them.

Laavanya- It comes very soft & fluffy. Batter should be slightly thick, not watery.

Suganya - Thanks for the tip, never tried adding wheat flour, mine comes perfect this way.

Pravs- Thanks! Its an All India dish i must say :-)

Bee- Try it out & hope u like them. I have tried this couple of times & no flops as yet!

Red Chillies - Thank You. Hav Kornu petoch ve tukka?

Raks- Thats new to me....Please post your recipe or is it on your blog already?

Manasi - Yes they r Neyyi Appams - Try them out.

sagari said...

thank u for stopping at my blog seema sweet appo looks deleciousss