February 7, 2011

Aapam

     As my blog name implies, i can tell, saturday was my recipe excavating day :) As we tried Spicy Chicken Masala I also tried "Aapam" This is my hubby's favorite dish but didnt try this recipe so far, finally and successfully tried this dish in my new Aapam kadai. The outcome was very good except the first aapam.:D Its b'cos it got sticked in the pan, as it was the new one. What i did was, i just poured a half spoon of oil into the pan and made it to spread across. Even my kid liked it, i guess. Even now am thinking how much my hubby's intake count :D So, heres my another new tried recipe.

INGREDIENTS
For Aapam :
Par-Boiled rice or Idly Rice or Puzhungal Rice - 1 glass
Raw Rice or Pachai Arisi - 1 glass
Urad Dhall - 1/4 Glass
Fenugreek - 1 spoon
Baking Soda - Pinch
Coconut - 5 Pieces
Coconut Water - 1 or 2 Glasses
Salt - To taste

For Coconut Milk:
Coconut - 10 or 12 pieces
Sugar - To taste
Cardamon - 1 No.

METHOD:

For Aapam:
    Soak the above ingredients except soda, coconut and its water in water for more than 5 hours. Then grind the items along with coconut, salt by pouring coconut water and keep for a whole night to get fermented. Can add soda once u grinded or add it before preparing Aapam.

For Coconut Milk:
    Grind the coconut pieces in a mixer along with cardomon by adding half cup of water and filter the grinded coconut to extract the milk and add required sugar to taste.

7 comments:

Priya said...

Yumm, love aapams with coconut milk..

Priya Sreeram said...

good old appam-nice recipe !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Priya(s): Yes, Really its a nice combo..

schmetterlingwords said...

Aapam is my all time favourite... Aapam with chicken curry or vegetable kuruma... both are good combi... :-)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@schmetterlingwords:Oh, really??? Yet to try tht combi.

Jaleela Kamal said...

nice combination, my hubby's fav. my method also same.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Jaleela: Oh really ?? Same Pinchhhhhhh :)

February 7, 2011

Aapam

     As my blog name implies, i can tell, saturday was my recipe excavating day :) As we tried Spicy Chicken Masala I also tried "Aapam" This is my hubby's favorite dish but didnt try this recipe so far, finally and successfully tried this dish in my new Aapam kadai. The outcome was very good except the first aapam.:D Its b'cos it got sticked in the pan, as it was the new one. What i did was, i just poured a half spoon of oil into the pan and made it to spread across. Even my kid liked it, i guess. Even now am thinking how much my hubby's intake count :D So, heres my another new tried recipe.

INGREDIENTS
For Aapam :
Par-Boiled rice or Idly Rice or Puzhungal Rice - 1 glass
Raw Rice or Pachai Arisi - 1 glass
Urad Dhall - 1/4 Glass
Fenugreek - 1 spoon
Baking Soda - Pinch
Coconut - 5 Pieces
Coconut Water - 1 or 2 Glasses
Salt - To taste

For Coconut Milk:
Coconut - 10 or 12 pieces
Sugar - To taste
Cardamon - 1 No.

METHOD:

For Aapam:
    Soak the above ingredients except soda, coconut and its water in water for more than 5 hours. Then grind the items along with coconut, salt by pouring coconut water and keep for a whole night to get fermented. Can add soda once u grinded or add it before preparing Aapam.

For Coconut Milk:
    Grind the coconut pieces in a mixer along with cardomon by adding half cup of water and filter the grinded coconut to extract the milk and add required sugar to taste.

7 comments:

Priya said...

Yumm, love aapams with coconut milk..

Priya Sreeram said...

good old appam-nice recipe !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Priya(s): Yes, Really its a nice combo..

schmetterlingwords said...

Aapam is my all time favourite... Aapam with chicken curry or vegetable kuruma... both are good combi... :-)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@schmetterlingwords:Oh, really??? Yet to try tht combi.

Jaleela Kamal said...

nice combination, my hubby's fav. my method also same.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Jaleela: Oh really ?? Same Pinchhhhhhh :)