Saturday, August 7, 2010

Kerala Vattayappam


Ingredients :
  • Raw Rice : 1Cup
  • Cooked Rice : 2tbsp
  • Sugar : 2tbsp + 1/4Cup
  • Yeast : 1tbsp
  • Coconut : 1, grated
  • Salt : 1pinch






Method :


1. Soak raw rice in enough water for 5hrs.


2. After that grind it together with coconut, cooked rice, 1tbsp sugar, salt and yeast. Allow it to rise. Batter should be in the consistency of iddly batter. if you are not in a hurry, keep it overnight :) .


3. Just before making, add remaining sugar and mix well. Make the batter into the consistency of dosa batter by adding water / coconut milk.


4. Grease plates or round cake tin with ghee and pour the batter in to it and steam for 15min.


5.If needed, you can add raisins or cashews after 10min and steam again.


6. Cut and serve !!

22 comments:

  1. wow!!adipoli vattayappam..looks perfect dear!

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  2. woww...it looksso soft...
    hwz baby??

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  3. wowww...my MIL makes nice vattayappams..bt i never tried it..yours looks yummy..

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  4. Vattayappam adipoli Lena...Ente vettil epolum amma undakalund...we all love this so much...

    Love
    Suji

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  5. Nice spongy looking vattayappam. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. This looks worth a grab....
    never really made it...

    Bloghopping after a long time..

    Cheers
    Sandhya

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  7. Wow...new to me....simple and yum recipe....

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  8. Wowo looks good you know O hav enot had vatayapom for almost 20 yrs, last time i had was before getting married, very time when i go i want to ask mom to make this, but then i ask her lot of things i can't make that this one i forget to ask.

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  9. Have heard abt this but never hve tasted it...looks very tempting!

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  10. Adipoli vattappam..looks prefect lena..btw how is mollu??

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  11. Me too have heard about this,but not tasted,looks divine :)

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  12. wow so delicious one lena feel to taste the same yummy yum

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  13. i love it....kerala vaattayappam..kallappam...all r fame na...lovely...amma indakarindu ithu...good shot lena..

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  14. It looks delicious and so soft..

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  15. I have had this its simply soft but never knew how to make them!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Been a long time here, how have you been???

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  16. hiii
    i just saw ur recipe for appam/vellayappam, i have a doubt, which type of rice do u use for that? it looks very soft thats why iasked, whenever we make at home, it s hardened at the centre although the batter has fermeted well, also, i hate the smell of yeast, is there anyother substitute for it..
    thanks

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  17. Looks awesome !! Sure to try this

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