Sunday, November 05, 2006

Sweet Appams made With Diet 7-UP












































2 bottles Diet 7-UP
4 cups of raw rice
2 cups of cooked rice
2 cups of coconut milk powder
1 ½ cup water
6 tbsp sugar
½ tsp yeast
Salt as per taste

Wash and soak raw rice for 3 hours then grind the soaked rice, cooked rice, 6 tbsp sugar, coconut milk powder, salt as per taste with 2 bottles of 7-UP. Grind it to a fine paste. Add 1 ½ cup of water to adjust the consistency of the batter. Check and adjust the salt if required.

Now take 4 tbsp of Luke warm water add ½ tsp yeast and wait till it rises and frothy. Once the yeast is frothy mix it into the batter and let the batter ferment for 8 hours or overnight

Once the batter is fermented mix it once. Take a deep round curved frying pan, grease it with oil and pour 1 big serving spoon in the pan and give one swing to coat the pan around. Now add another ½ serving so the batter remains in the centre. Cover the pan and let it fry on slow fire until the sides fry like a golden lace. Enjoy it with any chutney or you may relish it with chicken curry in coconut milk.

2 comments:

Rita said...

This recepie Sari was just dashing its been ages i wanted to try making appams myself. Made them for breakfast yesterday and had them with sambar they were really turned out GOOD.

Anonymous said...

Can you please let me know, how many ounces bottle is the 7up each? Also if i cannot find it can i substitute with sprite?