NEYYAPPAM

Busmati rice/raw rice-1 1/2 cup
Banana-1
Baking soda-1/4tsp
Water-3/4cup
Jaggery (grated)-3/4-1cup
Maida-3tbsp
Cumin seeds-1tsp
Sesame seeds-1tsp
Shreaded coconut-2tbsp
Ghee-3tbsp
Oil-for frying

  • Soak rice in water for 2 hours.
  • Heat 1/3cup water and melt jagerry. Drain the syrup using a strainer .Keep aside
  • Heat 1tbsp ghee in another pan and fry  coconut till it is golden brown,
  • Grind together rice and banana in to a thick paste.
  • Add jaggery ,baking soda ,maida and grind again.
  • Add sesame seeds ,cumin seeds fried coconut,2bsp ghee in to the batter and mix well with a spoon.( idly batter consistancy) keep it aside for an hour.

  • Heat oil in a kadayi and drop a laddlefull of batter in to it.

  • Deep fry till brown color.

22 comments:

  1. Slurpp!!!thats a droolworthy and mouthwatering neyyappam..

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  2. last weekend i prepared this yarr...
    neyyappam looks so crispy.perfectone..nice presentation...

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  3. Yummy yummy..I want that plate right now!

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  4. These fritters look delicious Can tey be made in an appam pan??

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  5. wow so crispy and looks delicious...

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  6. Appams looks so tasty Ganga...lovely clicks :)

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  7. Appam looks yummy and mouthwatering!!love the colour..

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  8. yummo!!!Ganga adipoli dear serikkum kothy varanu..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  9. wow!its really perfect appam...superb ganag!

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  10. neyaappam makes me mouthwater, that's a delicious sweet!!! they've come out perfect!!!

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  11. kidilan aayittundu Ganga..one of my favs...miss my grandma...

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  12. wooow,,dear appam looks perfect and makes me mouthwatering dear,,bookmarked this recipe sure try this one veryyy sooon..i like sweeet very much,,

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