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Appams or Hoppers

This is a term equivalent to bread; the bread made of rice batter is poured into a deep bottomed cast iron pan/griddle called Appa Chatti. This South Indian pancake is relished for breakfast or dinner. These fairly bland appams are served in parts of Kerala with a spicy condiment like mutton stew/chicken curry. In some regions of the South it is served with coconut milk and sugar poured over the appams. This South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisine recipe tags different names and ways of preparation some even use toddy to ferment the batter. The most common types of hoppers are milk hoppers, egg hoppers, string hoppers etc.



Preparation Time(Soaking and grinding time incl.) :16 hours

Cooking Time: 5 minutes

Serves: 4-6

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