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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 03:09 PM IST

Jackfruit Unniyappam

Saraswathy Viswanathan
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jackfruit-unniyappam

Unniyappams in the evening? Mighty good! Now add some sweet slices of jackfruit to it; the sunlit evening you'd always imagined.

Ingredients

1 cup raw rice
¾ cup jaggery
10-12 pieces jack fruit
½ tsp powdered cardamom 
4 tbsp pure ghee
4 tbsp refined oil

Preparation

Wash and soak good quality raw rice in water for half an hour
Drain the water, add jaggery and jackfruit, and grind well
Place in a bowl, add powdered cardamom and mix well
The batter should neither be too runny nor too thick
Keep appa karai (the vessel in which appams are made) over the gas, pour ghee and refined oil in each mould and heat over the gas
When the oil is well heated, simmer
Pour 1 small ladle of the batter into each mould
After a minute using a sharp knife or an iron needle gently turn the appam over
Cook till it is golden brown on both sides
Prick with the needle and keep it over a colander to drain the excess oil

(The author is a food blogger who blogs @ www.hottavasandovens.blogspot.in)

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