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Bread Unniyappam

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For a food blogger like me, the realisation that your camera isn’t working, is really unsettling. Here I was, all set to prepare the dish, and the camera chooses to act up 🙁 Truth be told, I almost gave up the idea of updating the blog. Upset, I took the phone to call J and it dawned on me….Why not use the phone? The picture quality may not be as good, still I should give it a shot.
Just like experimenting with food, I might as well experiment with the pictures as well 😉 My sincere apologies to all for the not-so good quality of pictures. I will be updating this post with good pictures once my Camera is back in action.
Unniyappam is a traditional Kerala snack item served with evening tea. The dish I prepared was with a slight twist to the original recipe. Instead of using flour, I used bread. An easy way to finish off the over-ripe bananas and bread from your pantry 🙂

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Bread Unniyappam
Course Snacks
Cuisine kerala
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Course Snacks
Cuisine kerala
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. If using coconut bits, fry them in ghee till golden brown in colour.
  2. Drain and keep aside.
  3. Take the grated jaggery and water in a pan.
  4. Boil till the jaggery has melted. Keep aside.
  5. Crumble the bread in a bowl.
  6. Add salt, cardamom powder, banana and jaggery syrup.
  7. Mash well to form a paste-like consistency.
  8. Heat oil in Appe/Paniyaram/Aebelskiver pan.
  9. When hot, drop small portions of the mixture into each hole.
  10. Cook on medium-low heat till golden brown.
  11. Flip each ball, bottom up and cook further till it's golden brown on all side.
  12. Drain onto an absorbant paper.
  13. Serve warm.
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