For those of you who are in a hurry but feel like eating an appam in the morning, here is the idea for a quick yet healthy, delicious breakfast – rava appam. It demands no overnight planning, grinding, or the long wait for the batter to ferment is required.
Just mix it all, wait for half an hour and you are set to get the desired texture and result. Let’s see how to make these appams quickly: -
1 cup rava
2 tablespoons of wheat powder
2 tablespoons of grated coconut
Salt (as required)
1 teaspoon sugar
½ teaspoon instant yeast
2 cups of warm water
Put all the ingredients together into a mixer and grind it by adding a cup of warm water
Add more water, if needed, to adjust the thickness of the batter, which should ideally be the same as that of the Dosa batter.
Shift the batter into another vessel and place it aside for fermentation.
Wait for at least half an hour to two hours. The fermentation depends heavily on the ambient temperature; a hotter climate ensures faster fermentation.
Preheat a pan and pour some batter to make the appams.
The steaming hot appams with porous yet soft textures are not just visually appealing but also taste delicious.