Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe
It is an interesting twist to regular unni appam recipe which are fried sweet dumplings.
10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe is an interesting twist to regular unni appam recipe which are fried sweet dumplings usually made with a combination of rice flour, wheat flour, banana and jaggery. Grated coconut and cardamom is often added to bring in more flavour. These are made in a special vessel called the appa-karal/ kuzhi-paniyaram vessel / appe-pan. These 10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe are crispy on the outside and super soft on the inside. It is a kids friendly appam recipe. Best part is its time of preparation which is only 10 minutes. Try and make this onam special Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe as a snack on a weekend or along with a nice Kerala meal.
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- 1 cup Oats
- 1/8 cup Whole Wheat flour
- 1/8 cup Rice flour
- 3/4 cup Jaggery , powdered
- 1 Banana , mashed
- 1/4 cup Water
- 1/4 teaspoon Baking soda
- 4 tablespoon Ghee
Directions for Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe
To prepare 10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe, grind the oats to powder it.
Blend the powdered oats, jaggery, rice flour, wheat flour, baking soda and chopped banana together.
Add water and blend again to make the appam batter.
The consistency of the appam batter should be similar to that of idly batter.
Add ghee in the paniyaram pan and heat over medium flame.
Add about 1/4 teaspoon of ghee in each appam-cup.
Drop a spoonful of batter in the hot ghee. Similarly, fill the rest of the pan with the batter to fry the appams.
Once the edges start to turn golden brown, flip the appams using a greased spoon to cook the other side.
Fry for another minute or so until the appam turns crispy golden all over. Repeat frying in batches.
Repeat the same with the remaining batter. You may add lesser ghee while frying the second batch of appams as the pan will be well greased.
10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe are ready to be served as a snack on a weekend or along with a nice Kerala meal.
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