Thursday, 31 March 2011

Neiappam with Jackfruit

Here goes another sweet dish and a traditional one too. Neiappam is a sweet paniyaram, which is usually made using banana. For a change, I have used jack fruit, which is in season now.

Raw rice                       100 gms
Jaggery                         3/4cup (melted)
Jack fruit                       100 gms
Medium sized banana  1
Cardamom                    2
Coconut (optional)       2 tbsp ( grated or finely chopped)
Oil for frying

1. Wash and soak rice for 2 hours.
2. Grind the soaked rice without adding water.
3. Add the fruit and grind to a fine paste.
4. Add melted jaggery and cardamom, pulse again to blend.
5. The batter should be slightly thin like a dosa batter.
6. Add coconut and mix well.
7. Grease the paniyaram kal ( a cooking utensil with small indentations), on medium heat add 1/4tsp of oil in each pit, pour a tablespoon of the batter in each pit, cover and cook. Turn the appam upside down, add another 1/4 tsp of oil to each paniyaram and cook. Repeat the same to the rest of the batter.

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