Sep 15, 2011


Basmati/Raw rice or pachari - 1 cup
Boiled rice -3/4 cup
Egg - 2
Salt to taste
Water as required

            Wash and soak rice in water for 5-6 hours.Drain and grind this with all the other ingredients in a mixer grinder adding enough water to a smooth thin batter.Keep this batter for minimum 3 to 4 hours in a container.Now take a kuzhiyappam pan,this is a non stick pan, so you can easily make muttakuzhiyappam without the fear of sticking.

                 Heat the pan and pour oil in each rounds.When the pan and oil is hot enough simmer the flame and pour 1 tbsp of batter into each rounds.Slightly increase the flame and allow the appams to cook.After 2-3 minutes turn the appam upside down and cook that side.         

When both the sides become brown colour, remove the appam from the oil.Repeat the same process to make rest of the appams.

If u want varieities in this appam,u can add items of ur choice in the batter.Below is the appam made of prawns of my choice.

You can use it as breakfast without any curry.It tastes good with fish curry.My daughter is a great fan of muttakuzhiyappam..



Nitha said...

wow.. delicious...

Neetz said...

it tasted simply awesome!

ente pachakasala said...

nice snack

Torviewtoronto said...

lovely site this looks wonderful
nice to meet you

Uma said...

Delicious dear. Pictures are perfectly showing steps for kuzhiyappam. Simply superb. I also want to thank you for joining with me in facebook. :-) Keep in touch.


Jay said...

wow...that sounds amazing..:)
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Suhaina said...

my fav..perfectly done... i want some right now.

Tina said...

Its new to me...looks fabulous dear...

Jay said...

plz stop over to collect your awards dear..:)
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