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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 09:19 AM IST

Millet Unniyappam

Saraswathy Viswanathan
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Millet Unniyappam

A great alternative for rice and jaggery sweet dumplings that are popular in Kerala, the millet unniyappam is worth a try when you want to whip up a variant that is just as tasty.

Ingredients

½ cup thina (foxtail millet)

½ cup par boiled rice

¼ cup urad dal/black gram

¾ cup jaggery

3 tbsp grated coconut

½ tsp cardamom powder

Salt, a pinch

Ghee or oil for deep frying

Preparation

Soak the millet for two hours

Soak the black gram and rice together for two hours

Grind the millet, rice, and black gram together

Add jaggery, coconut and salt. Keep the batter aside for two hours

After two hours, prepare unniyappams in the traditional appam maker with ghee or oil

Cook the unniyappams in medium flame till they become golden brown


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

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