Snacks using appam batter recipes

Sweet Appam

Sweet Appam

Drain the oil using a slotted ladle and take it out from the kadai. The appambatter should be of dosa
Ethakka Appam / Deep Fried Plantains

Ethakka Appam / Deep Fried Plantains

Whatever it is called , it is one of the most popular snacks among Keralites. The way it is made also differs from home to home , some prefer using overripe plantains, other prefer using under ripe plantains , sometimes it is stuffed with a mixture of coconut and jaggery and then coated with the batter and deep fried
Wheat Sweet Appam

Wheat Sweet Appam

Take the batterusing a deep curved ladle and drop it in preheated oil and fry till golden brown. Appam is a traditional sweet prepared using jaggery and wheat/rice flour
Pazham Pori | Ethakka Appam

Pazham Pori | Ethakka Appam

Pazham pori is nothing but the slit banana pieces battered and deep fried and served as a evening snack item
Kuzhi Paniyaaram (Appam)

Kuzhi Paniyaaram (Appam)

Carefully pour a bit of the batterusing a small ladle into each of the holes, taking care not to splash any oil around
Pazham Pori / Ethakka appam

Pazham Pori / Ethakka appam

It is made using nendram pazham (nendran bananas). Now slowly add water to make a smooth batter. Pazham pori which is also known as Ethakka appam are nothing but banana fritters which is usually relished as an evening tea time snack
How to make Masala cutlet in appam from leftover rice and vegetable

How to make Masala cutlet in appam from leftover rice and vegetable

Masala Cutlet are spiced dumplings which can be prepared using leftover vegetable and rice. Masala Cutlet in Appam is very easy to cook, you can add some spices and binding agent and pour the batter in the Appam mould and cook it on the low flame