Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Kaaju (Mundhiri/Cashew) Appam


Are you bored with Kaaju kheer or kaaju kathili?! Yeah its the right time to try something nice and different with kaaju. Mundiri Appam is an exhotic and homely sweet which can become your favorite easily :)

Ingredients:

Cashew - 1 cup
Raw Rice - 1 cup

Sugar - 1.5 cup
Oil - to deep fry



Method:

Soak rice and cashew in water separately for 2 hr
s. Now grid each one separately and make sure it is very fine. Finally add both and mix it into a smooth batter. Now add sugar and a little water to it and mix it finely. The batter should be in dosa dough consistency.

Now take oil in a pan(I used non stick pan so that the
appa does not stick to the bottom). Once the oil is hot enough, take the batter in a ladle and pour it in the oil in one place without changing the position. The batter would spread equally and form a round shaped appam. Turn once it becomes light golden brown at the ends. Take it out once done on both the sides.

Extremely yummy appam is done. Eat it hot. Its a lovely dish which can make a lunch a rich feast. :) Happy
making :)


I am sending this recipe to sweet time event conducted by Shanthi Krishnakumar's cook book.




Written by: Nithya
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12 comments:

Parita said...

Once again very different dish..lovely fried kaju appams :)

kittymatti said...

Super recipe...so different n nice... the pic looks so good n appetizing! Lovely post da..

Pavithra said...

Its looking delicious nithi...

Priti said...

Wow ...what a lovely dish..I never had this and so tempted now :)

ARUNA said...

nice dish.............awesome clicks!!!!

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Very nice presentation and nice blog. You don't look like the one new to kitchen but like a pro with lot of unusual recipes. Great job keep going.

Lavanya said...

unique dish..new to me..sounds good!!

Akal's Saappadu said...

that one is new and sounds delicious :)

Lavanya Siva said...

Hi Nithiya, very nice presentation. Thanks for visiting my blog and happy you liked it. I like your blog too....Will keep visiting it.

This particular dish sounds deli. Thnaks for sharing

Valarmathi said...

New to me. Looks delicious.

kitchen queen said...

wow I have made different appams but kaju appam is something new and looks yummy. You can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments

Sapthanaa Balachander (Alias) Abilashini said...

hey nithi.. this is a simple awesome recipe ma.. will try this out and tell u .. may be this week how abt that?>

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