37 comments on “Unniyappam /Kuzhiyappam

  1. Even for me its nostalgia..those colorful childhood memories are simply God’s gift..Your unniyappams are so yummy and colorful..I make wheat unniyappam too..Lakshmi (magic oven) suggested me to try that one..Its softer than rice..But rice defnitely got that nostalgic feeling..Let us all connect and relate memories with lovely food ..

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  2. Ann ..
    Thanks dear ..
    As usual the very quick comment 🙂
    i didn`t try that wheat unniyappam ..Even i also heard that its more soft than this ..will try that soon ..

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  3. havent made unniyappam recently! luks so delicious.. n amma usually doesnt add coconut paste.. tis seems diff! and chechi, even i need the wheat unniyappam recipe! 🙂

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  4. Hey Veena I guess this a kerala style sweet appam, but we make something like this (Aruntipandu kachayam) but a lil variation (no coconut)… I tried it and posted it too that was my grandmas receipe… I feel yours is better than what I did and using that appam plate is a good idea never thought of it…

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  5. Hi Mahima ..Thanks dear

    Ramya ..yea ramya .i will check ur arutipandu kachayam .And i did the changes in my as u mentioned. 🙂

    Vrasha ..Thanks a lot for dropping ur lovely comment ..i added u in my blog roll..

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  6. Even I make similar one,but its cool idea to make in this kuzhi paniyara kadai,it come out really in perfect shapes!! I use very little oil if i use this kadai, but I think for this unniyappam we need not compramise in anything:)

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  7. These have come out so perfect! Nice and chubby. Do you need to use so much oil though? I think mom used to just fill the holes 1/4th of the way. Will that be enough?

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  8. Hi Nags..

    Thanks for the lovely comments ..Oil depends up on u da..i used this much coz otherwise have to fill them so quick after we made one set of unniyappam !!! otherwise 1/4 th oil is enough 🙂

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  9. Oh Me too, it reminds me of my childhood were my mom used to make them often and we kids used to love them.
    To be honese i used to hogg them like a pig 🙂
    This looks so delicious. Pity i am not living next door to you.

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  10. Looks yummy and went back to childhood for a while.definitely i am gonna make this soon.thanks for the recipe

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  11. Usha..thanks yaar
    Maria ..veetilottu vaa ..namukku evide unniyappam okke kazhichu irunnu varthamanam parayam .. 🙂

    Rachel ..thanks a lot for ur comment

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  12. oh how much i love these appams….just like you i used to stand near my mom when she makes this and i make them often for my son who also loves to eat those yummy appams.

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  14. CHECHI THIS IS VERY FINE RECEIPE. WE TRIED THIS. YUM YUM……………THANKS FOR POSTING THIS

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  15. I have tried unniappam two times,but it was not at all good.I tried your recipe and it came good.thank you veena.

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  16. Thank you for the recipe. I used the exact ingredients and steps. The shape is not perfect sphere as shown here, taste was fantastic though. How can I prevent those appams taking in too much oil. What causes the oil absorption? How can I make them dense? Thanks again.

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  17. Hi sir..
    Thanks a lot for trying my recipes… Great to knw that liked unniyappam … May bethe consistency of the batter is bit watery that’s y the shape did nt come perfect .. And to avoid absorbing much oil u have to be very careful about the temparature .. If the oil is less hot ,then the appam will absorb the oil much ..and if the oil is very hot it will burn soon ..so the oil should be medium hot while we pour the appam batter …still u have any doubt plz contact me ..thank u 🙂

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  18. Thanks and this will help hone my kitchen skills, one step at a time. My next stop through the curryworld will be “Special Prawns Roast” for my sons

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  19. Will def try this out- sooo sweet loved your comment ‘ready to eat for unnikutties and unnikuttans’

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