27 Feb

A easy and healthy popular breakfast.
This will be small ball sized which is crisp outside and soft inside….you can make this plain or with onion chillies in the mixed in batter…both tastes delicious
Here a thick batter is ground using rice and dal then it’s left to ferment then only you can enjoy this includes a long process can’t be made instantly but it’s very easy and delicious once you start preparing….
This Appos are also known as Paniyaram /paddu in kannada….A special pan is used to cook this called as paniyaram skillet ( appe pan/kayli)..This is easily available in stores in various brands,even in local market you get to see iron skillet…
You can see the picture of the particular skillet used for preparing Appos…Recipe is as follows



• 4 cups dosa rice or sonamasoori rice
•1cup urd dal
•1 tblsp Channa dal ( bengalgram )
•1cup pova or beaten rice or pressed rice
•1 tsp methi seeds /fenugreek seeds
•Salt as needed for batter


▪Soak rice , dal and Methi altogether for 4 hours
▪Soak beaten rice seperately for 4 hrs
▪Grind both using wet grinder to fine paste using little
▪consistency of the batter must be that of idli batter (thick)
▪leave this batter to ferment atleast 7 -8 hrs
▪after fermentation you can see a raise in batter add salt and mix well
▪ Now heat griddle well and lower the flame and add oil in each compartments and pour 2 tblsp batter in each compartments
▪cook closed and flip and cook both sides till crisp..
▪Enjoy with coconut chutney



Posted by on February 27, 2015 in BREAKFAST RECIPES


2 responses to “APPOS OR PADDU

  1. Deepak Kamath

    February 28, 2015 at 5:17 am

    Wow crispy crispy. .

    Liked by 1 person


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