Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Unniyappam

Ingredients:
  • Wheat flour 2 cup
  • Grated jaggery 2 cup
  • Banana 3 (Palayankodan)
  • Crushed cardamom 1 Tsp
  • Sesame seeds 2 Tsp
  • Ghee 2 Tsp
  • Oil
Melt grated jaggery with 1/4 cup of water and sieve it. Cool it and mix it with wheat flour and banana. Mash it well. Add crushed cardamom, sesame seeds and ghee into this and keep it aside for 1/2 hr. Heat oil in a unniyappam pan or in a kadai. Pour batter into oil and fry well.

[Recipe Courtesy: Lekshmi Nair, Magic Oven]

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30 comments:

  1. Love to have this any time, urs look perfect.

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  2. The photograph tells it all.Nostalgic !!

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  3. Mouth watering! Love these banana fritters.

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  4. yummy.........ur version is easy........i make it with soaking rice and grinding it.......long process.........vll try this........pls visit my blog
    http://experimentswithtaste.blogspot.com/

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  5. Unniyappam kazhikkan kothiyavunne :):)... Perfect unniyappams Tina!

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  6. Unniyappams look great....
    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  7. Delicious and tempting appams.

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  8. Love this anytime,looks so tempting and delicious.

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  9. Yummmm.. the combination is so yummy :)We make the same in a different shape but adding banana is interesting :)

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  10. wow, looks perfect and so mouth watering.

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  11. Love to et this anytime any number anyday..Looks adipoli tto...kothy vannalo Tina..

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  12. SUPER AYITTUNDU TINA....LOOKS PERFECT AND VERY DELICIOUS...:)

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  13. I love unniappam. My neighbour would make this for Vishu and I would eat it all day. I am missing her and her unnniappam

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  14. first time here this looks delicious a favourite sweet to snack on
    following you

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  15. Lindo tu blog,preciosas las recetas,se ven ricos y sabrosos los yiappam,me gustó la receta los voy a preparar,te quedaron perfectos.FELICITACIONES POR TUS PREMIOS BIEN MERECIDOS ,cariños y bendiciones.

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  16. Vazhayilayile ee pic kandittu sharikkum kothiyakunundu, Tina..Great click!

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  17. no words to describe the appam dear..looks mouth-watering:)

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  18. oh, i thot we needed only rice flour for this. looks nice and rich...our homegrown doughnuts.

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  19. wow, looks yumm, adding wheat flour is a nice idea

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  20. Oh, how much I miss these home made unniappams! This version without the griddle looks easy, gotta give it a try.

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  21. This looks like a yummy ,quick and no fuss version, must taste really good.I like rice-jaggery sweets a lot and am sure this tastes just as good, only healthier with wheat flour!

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  22. They tempt me so much,perfect tea time snack!

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  23. I am going to make this for my friend.. she is pregnant and craving for it.. hope it comes out well
    Thanks for this amazing recipe

    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  24. wow, looks very yummy.., never tried looks great

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