Appam, the most popular Kerala dish, is the best option for a great breakfast. Just like Dosa is made from rice batter, Appam of Kerala is also made. If you want to make your Sunday breakfast interesting, then try this recipe.
1 cup - raw pony rice (washed and soaked for 5 to 6 hours)
½ cup - cooked rice (regular boiled rice)
½ cup - chopped fresh coconut
1/4 teaspoon - dry yeast
1 spoon - sugar
1 cup - water
One cup of water for blending the rice and later to adjust the consistency and water.
* Yeast, add 4 cups of hot water, sugar and keep it aside till it becomes foamy.
* After wet rice in a blender, giving baked rice, mixed with coconut and yeast in water.
* Slowly add water and make a smooth solution.
* Now you can add 1 tbsp extra sugar and keep it for about eight-ten hours to ferment.
* After fermentation of this solution, add a cup of water and salt to make a thin mixture of this solution. Pour this mixture on a hot pan, rotate it, cover it and cook on medium heat.
* When the edges start to turn a bit brown, Appam will leave the edges of the pan itself. This process takes about two to three minutes.
* Next Serve hot with stew to the white Appam.