Unniyappam




Basmati rice/raw rice-2 cup
Ripe banana(palayamkodan)-5
Baking soda-1/4tsp
Milk-1/4-1/2cup
Jaggery -500gms
Maida-3tbsp
Cardamom-6
Sesame seeds-1tbsp
Coconut pieces-1/3cup
Ghee-1tbsp
Coconut oil/Ghee-for frying





  • Soak rice in water for 2 hours.Leave it to drain and grind it to make fine powder.Heat the powder for 2 minutes. While heating it, keep on stirring.Keep the fried powder to cool.
  • 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.Add sesame seeds and remove from heat.
  • Grind banana into a thick paste.Add jaggery ,cardamom seeds,baking soda ,maida and grind again.Add lightly roasted rice powder and mix well.Add sesame seeds , fried coconut,2tbsp ghee and milk in to the batter and mix well with a spoon.( idly batter consistency) keep it aside for 3-4 hours.
  • Heat oil /ghee in an 'appakara'.Pour batter into the moulds  and deep fry till brown.



11 comments:

  1. Love these delicious uniappams, I have made a savoury version of these but not sweet will definitely book Mark and try.

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  2. Such a delicious and tempting recipe.. Yummy !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Yummy and tempting recipe.. looks super perfect.. :)

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  4. delicious dear..U have made it perfectly..Love to make this..New follower here..

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  5. looks perfect....my fav....drooling here

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  6. Perfect unniyappam dear..Kothiyavunnu..

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  7. Feel like munching some,quite addictive unniyappams.

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  8. love these appams, can't resist these..

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