A little crisp on the outside and spongy soft on the inside, the cute rice cake is made on many different occasions including Onam sadya.
Though a north Kerala snack, it is available in some of the southern districts too, now.
Unniyappam is made with wheat, jackfruit, mangoes and more as well.
Check out the recipe of tasty unniyappams made with semolina that could be cooked in under 15 minutes.
This sweet and delicious snack is sure to take you back to your childhood.
Soft and tasty unniyappams could be easily prepared in under 10 minutes without grinding rice for the batter.
Swap the plantains used in it with ripe jackfruit to make these delicious soft unniyappams.
Come rain or shine, these are some of the favourite snacks of Keralites.
A single piece of unniyappam costs Rs 6 here.
Kaniyappam is offered as part of the ‘kani’, presented in front of the deity, before distributing to children.