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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 03:11 PM IST

Chowwari appam

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chowwari-appam

Sabudana or sago is a good source of proteins and essential carbs. They make the prime ingredient in many breakfast recipes, and in here, we find an especially delicious appam made with chowwari/sago.

Ingredients

½ cup (200gm) chowwari

1 tbsp urad dal/black gram

2 tbsp rava/semolina

½ cup water

½ cup warm water

1 tsp yeast

2 tbsp sugar

3 cups appam powder

2 ½ cups coconut milk

Salt, as required

Preparation

Wash chowwari and gram and soak in water for 6 to 7 hours

Mix rava with warm water and place on stove and allow to reduce on low flame

Add yeast and sugar in half a cup of warm water, mix and keep aside

Grind chowwari and gram to a smooth paste

Add this mixture to the rice powder

Add yeast and thickened rava and blend by mixing well with hand

Add coconut milk to it, mix and keep for two hours

Heat the appam pan

Pour flour over it, close and cook the appam with or without swiveling

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