Think about South Indian food. Don’t miss the spicy and rich curry offered by the region. But when it comes to indulging in this spicy taste, it’s definitely best to combine with a light, feathery apam. In South India it is usually made from rice, coconut and milk apam. Easy to make and does not take time to cook. There are many different flavors of hoppers, but today we’re bringing you three different dishes, including snacks, entrees, and even desserts! So don’t wait, check out these apam recipes.
(Read again: Pair with this delicious South Indian chicken stew hopper (Inside the recipe))
Here are three ways to create an Appam at home:
Let’s start with a delicious snack! Chukkappam is a delicious and crispy snack from Tamil Nadu. Made with rice flour, coconut milk, eggs and spices, it adds flavor to this dish. Chukka Pam is fried and best eaten with fried chicken! You can also eat this snack with tea or when you are hungry. Find the recipe here.
2. Sooji Appam
The cleaning apam is a must-see for the main dish apam. Regular recipes for hoppers made from rice and milk can take some time to make. So if you need a quick, low-fat apam, this recipe should definitely be at the top of the list. Susie Apam is a blend of mule and poha with tofu, sugar and salt. It takes less than 20 minutes to cook. Combine these with some delicious curries for maximum luxury. Click here for the complete recipe.
3. Ney Appam
If you are hungry for light and sweet stuff, neyappam is perfect for it. The name ney appam comes from ney, which means ghee, and appam, which means panque. This dish is made from raw rice, jaggery, bananas and coconut. Cook in a rounded hopper pan. See the complete recipe here.
So if you’re a fan of Apam, these three recipes are a must-see! Create them and let us know how you like them.