Semolina unniyappam: Make these delicious sweet fritters to have with your evening coffee

Soft and sweet unniyappam – How to make the traditional Kerala with a pinch of nostalgia
Unniyappam is made with wheat, jackfruit, mangoes and more as well. File Photo

Of late, many cooking enthusiasts have been innovative with the ingredients of the ever-popular unniyappam, that's both a much-loved snack and temple prasadam. You might have already tried its versions made of wheat, mango, jackfruit and more. Ever tried making it with semolina? Here's the recipe for yummy semolina unniyappam.

1 cup semolina
1 cup milk
2 cardamom pods
200 gms melted jaggery
2 tbsp coconut shards
1 tsp sesame seeds
¾ ripe plantain
A pinch of salt

Soak the semolina in milk for ten minutes
Add cardamom pods too
Into it add ripe plantain and melted jaggery
Blend this mixture in a mixer jar
Now add salt and coconut shards and sesame seeds fried in ghee
Mix well
Heat ghee/oil in unniyappam vessel
Pour a spoon full of batter into each hole
Fry on medium flame

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