I learnt to make this long back in Muscat from a good friend, Lakshmi. I was very very new to cooking that time. I followed her recipe blindly and am so glad that I did that. Till date I follow her recipe whenever I make Nei Appam. I have shared this recipe with almost all my friends who cared to learn. Each and everyone of them were too happy with the results.
Today is my sister’s wedding anniversary. It’s her most favourite sweet. So,I made this specially for her. She really loved them and am very happily sharing one my most favourite with you all:)
Basmati rice – 1 cup
Grated jaggery – 1 cup
Grated coconut – 1 cup
Ripe banana – 1
Cardamom – 4-5
Oil and ghee – for frying
Wash and soak rice for 2-3 hrs.
Drain the rice completely and grind it along with jaggery, coconut, banana and cardamom to a smooth batter.
No need to add any water while grinding.
Heat the appam pan. Mix oil and melted ghee and keep it ready ( ideally its fried in ghee only).
Add little oil and ghee mixture to all the moulds.
When it becomes hot, reduce the flame and add the batter till its 3/4th filled.
Cook till the underside turns golden brown.
Gently turn the appam, add little more oil and ghee mixture and cook till the other side turns golden brown.
10 thoughts on “Nei Appam”
Loved it ! Will sure be making this 🙂
Thank you Freda:) am eagerly looking forward to your feedback:)
Anu…i am trying this today:) thanks -nowadays i just browse ur blog to check the measurement:)
Thank you so much Swarna:) Happy Janmashtami to you:) looking forward to your feedback:)
Nice delicious nei appam love it !!!
Thank you Alboni:)
Can I omit coconut or use desiccated coconut?
Yes you can use desiccated coconut.
If I’m not having appam maker then what should I do…Want to make this…. Looking so tempting.
Hi! Thank you for appreciating dear:)
You can pour small ladle of batter in a deep frying and make 🙂
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