Hi friends! Nei Appam or neyyappam as its called is made in all South Indian households on festivals as a neivedhyam / prasadaam. To make it healthier in this recipe it is made using appam moulds.
- 2 cups Wheat Flour
- 1/2 cups-Jaggery, dissolved in one cup water
- 2 Bananas, mashed well
- 2 tsp Rava / semolina
- 6 green cardamoms, powdered
- 2 tsp dry ginger powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- Oil for lining the mould indents
In a bowl take wheat flour, mashed bananas, rava, cardamom powder, ginger powder, baking soda and mix well .
In a pan heat water add jaggery, heat till all the jaggery dissolves.
Mix the jaggery syrup to the flour gradually, stirring and mixing all the ingredients well.
Add slowly milk to the mix to have a thick batter.
Keep the batter aside for half an hour.
Heat the appam pan and put oil into each mould . Now add the required amount of batter into the moulds. When it gets cooked (golden brown), turn other side and make sure appams are fully cooked. Serve hot wheat appams.
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