Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam), appam recipe, easy breakfast recipe, kerala recipe

Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam, Kerala Recipe)

 

Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam), appam recipe, easy breakfast recipe, kerala recipe

Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam)

Surprised????? Even I was also quite surprised when my friend Preetha first told me about it. With a little doubt I tried it and it came out awesome. Its soft, moist and very east to make. My husband and my little one loves it so much that I keep making it every week. Give it a try I am sure you will also keep making it again and again and Thanks a lot Preetha for the recipe.


Gothambu Appam Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Atta  – 1 ½  cup
  • Water – 2 cup
  • Grated coconut – ½ cup
  • Yeast  – ½ tsp
  • Sugar – 5 tsp
  • Salt

 

Method:

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  • Grind together all the ingredients. (Just 2-3 min grinding is sufficient)
  • Keep the batter overnight  at room temperature for fermenting.

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  • Next day morning mix the batter well.

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  • Heat  a flat pan and apply oil on the same.
  •  Pour the batter ( approx  6 tablespoon) and spread it to circular shape.  

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Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam)
 
Author: Vimmy
Serves: 2-3
Ingredients
  • Atta – 1 ½ cup
  • Water – 2 cup
  • Grated coconut – ½ cup
  • Yeast – ½ tsp
  • Sugar – 5 tsp
  • Salt
Instructions
  1. Grind together all the ingredients. (Just 2-3 min grinding is sufficient)
  2. Keep the batter overnight at room temperature for fermenting.
  3. Next day morning mix the batter well.
  4. Heat a flat pan and apply oil on the same.
  5. Pour the batter ( approx 6 tablespoon) and spread it to circular shape.
  6. Cover the pan and cook till appam is soft. (Cook in medium-low flame)
  7. Flip it and cook for a minute.
  8. Serve hot with varutharacha chicken curry or nadan chicken curry
 

 

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8 thoughts on “Gothambu Appam (Wheat Appam, Kerala Recipe)

  1. I’ve tried this a long time ago with an egg added in the batter and it is a short-cut to bliss! 🙂

    Btw, just stumbled across this blog, and wanted to know if you’re the Vimmy who studied in CET 2002-2006?

    • Dear Aparna,

      Its a shortcut appam 🙂 and yes i am the same Vimmy of CET 2002-2006 batch and nice to hear from you after long time 🙂

      Cheers
      Vimmy!!!!!

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