How To Make Appam

Watch and learn how to make a specialty from Karnataka called Paddu /Appam recipe with a twist added by Chef Varun Inamdar. A rice and dal batter is infused with aromatic ginger and spicy green chilies and is cooked to perfection giving you a fluffy and delicious Paniyaram preparation.

How To Make Appam

- Soak rice and dal for a few hours.

- Coarsely grind soaked dal, rice, and water as required in a blender.

- Mix it well and make a thick batter

- Transfer the mixture in a large bowl, add cumin seeds, chilies, ginger, salt. Combine it well.

- Lastly, add fruit salt to the batter.

- Grease the paniyaram mold with oil.

- Fill a tablespoon of batter into each of the mold sides.

- Cover and simmer for a minute or until Appe get cooked slightly.

- Flip it over and let the other side cook

- Let it cook until it's golden brown on both the sides on a low flame.

- Serve it with coconut chutney.

Chef Varun Inamdar

Chef Varun Inamdar

Chef Varun Inamdar is a famous Mumbai-based chef and chocolatier. He is the author of 'Celebrate Life, Food and Wine' and has featured on numerous food shows. He was a Mentor-Guest chef on Master Chef India. Chef Varun is the Brand Ambassador of Ecuadorian cocoa in India.

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