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July 24, 2010

Aratipandu Appalu ~ Naivedyam

Ingredients :

Ripe Banana : 1
Wheat Flour : 1 cup
Grated Jaggery : 1 cup
Grated dry coconut : 1/4 cup
Ghee : 1 tbsp
Cardamom powder : 1/2 tsp
Oil for deep frying

Method :

Mash the ripe banana into a smooth pulp. Mix the banana pulp with wheat flour, grated coconut, cardamom powder, grated jaggery, ghee and make a stiff dough. Grease your hands with oil or ghee. Divide the dough into small lime size balls and flatten the dough into a circle shape. Heat oil in a wide pan on medium flame. Deep fry them till they turn light brown color. Remove from the oil. Appalu is ready to serve.

28 comments:

  1. wow this looks so delicious.nice recipes you hv.do visit and comment on my food blog too.and if u like then become a follower of my blog.my blog is meghasyummyfooddelight.blogspot.com

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  2. I love them if they r milder in taste..looks yummy

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  3. Looks super delicious and yummy..feel like having some..

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  4. I love this appam a lot. Esp when they make it for prasadham. I don't grate the jaggery but that makes it easy. Will remember next time.

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  5. naivedyam .. its looks so delicious.. we have the similar kind of dish called unniappam..

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  6. appalu looks soooooooooooo tempting ....naku chala istam kani epudu itnlo try cheyaledu ...love to try it soon ...thanks for sharing dear..

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  7. Wow....this looks so delicious....lookslike my kind of stuff.....niice pic hari...

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  8. they look so lovely.. gorgeous color and awesome recipe..

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  9. Nice recipe with my fav ingredients. what kind of banana did u use?looks yummmmmmmmmm

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  10. We make a variation of the Unniappam this way too! Lovely photo; they look perfect

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  11. My favorite snack. Looks super yummy!

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  12. wow kothhaga undhi,appalu looks delicious

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  13. This is simple and yummy.. :) Indian version banana muffins ;) I love the little kadai too :)

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  14. A very different sweet, looks lovely!

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  15. I love this anytime,I love if fry with ghee ..hehe :) Looks very nice,I like the addition of coconut!

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  16. Nice sweet.. the click looks very tempting!

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  17. Looks super delicious ..and very nic pic dear

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  18. What alovely tasty treat looks devine.

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  19. I too make this,ur version is very nice...Pic is very gud.

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  20. We have something similar in Kerala called Unniappams..Love this...Delish!!!

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  21. Looks delicious.. As Kairali Sisters told, this reminds me of the unniappams..

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  22. Hey nice one I'll try this for Ganesh festival... thanks for sharing.

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  23. Nice and simple. With festivals that will start to follow - shall make this for one of them and post the results and link it to this post. Love the neat look of the blog.

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  24. what a creativity aratipandu appalu aha simply yummy..

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