Basumathy Rice cooked-3Tbsp
Grated Fresh Coconut-4Tbsp
Soak both rice for 4-5 hours …After that wash them and properly and keep that aside…In a small blender grind coconut and cooked rice separately to fine paste .. Then grind the rice finely.After that add ,sugar ,salt ,instant yeast and the coconut -rice paste into it and again grind to a fine smooth batter ….Now keep the batter to ferment for 4 hours…Its best to soak the rice in the morning …So the batter will b ferment before night itself ..so u can keep it in the fridge and make vellappam in the morning itself..
So when the batter is ready heat a appam kadai .Pour some 4 tsp of batter into the kadai (pan) and rotate the pan to get a thin layer of batter on the sides ,with more batter on the middle..Keep it covered after pouring the batter in medium flame about on minute..When cooked take the appam with a spatula and serve with stew .
hai veena chechi,
thank you for this blog .it is much helpful for me ,well am a beginer in cooking .i feel that making appam is very much big task but ur recipies are much more easier again thank you chechi thank you so much
well i hav an doubt wat is dis white rice mean i didn’t get it is it our normal ‘pachari’ or …….
pls reply meeeee
Thank u dear for ur lovely words… Plz keep in touch ..
yea white rice is our pacha ari .. From now onwards u can read recipes in malayalam too ..