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About Recipe

How to make ACHAPPAM

(78 ratings)
14 reviews so far
Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
25 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 15, 2019

Ingredients used in ACHAPPAM
• Banana - 1 cup.
• All purpose flour - 1 cup.
• Sugar - 1/2 cup.
• Rice flour - 1/2 cup.
• Cardamom powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Rose water - 2 teaspoons.
• Coconut milk - 1 cup.
• Sesame seeds - 1 tea spoon.
  • Take a bowl and add banana and mash it into a fine paste.
  • To it add all purpose flour, sugar, rice flour, cardamom powder,rose water mix it once. 3.Now add coconut milk, little water and mix thoroughly until it form the thick batter which should stick to the hands as shown in the video. 4.
  • Add sesame seeds and mix well.
  • Heat oil in pan and place the achappam mould in the oil for 2-3 min on high flame.
  • Then dip the mould in the batter and place it in the oil and by using fork release achappam from the mould.
  • Cook the achappam on both sides on slow flame and transfer it into a paper towel.

Now the yummy achappam is ready to serve.

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Mrs.Vahchef Posted on Fri Apr 10 2015

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Meg Yanee Posted on Sun Apr 12 2015

Hello Mrs Vahchef.. I would like to know where can I buy this rose cookie mould please.. Thank you..?

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Anna Khan Posted on Wed Apr 22 2015

I think the batter is too sweet that is why it is burning fast and hold the mold for a minute or so and shake it very slowly in hot oil and automatically your cookies will leave the mold.?

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Dwarakamai Posted on Thu May 14 2015

Can we skip banana in it continue with the rest of the ingredient??

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neenafashionus Posted on Sun Jul 12 2015

sorry--this is too bad-should come out from achappam mold-color should not be like this-achappam is kerala authentic item-pls come and learn from kerala?

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Priya Tamil Posted on Fri Aug 14 2015

mam u n ur spouse all recipes r so good n easy.... two years before I don't know to cook at all.... I downloaded all video vahchef... try every recipes especially cabbage pakoda, kadai paneer, chicken pakoda n so on...?

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Priya Tamil Posted on Fri Aug 14 2015

can we use two kadai one s high flame for mould,, other one s low flame to fry?

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sujata Fernandes Posted on Tue Aug 25 2015

man i tried cose cookies but mam my rose cookies after preparing wen cool they became very soft. what could be the reasoncan u pls higlight where i hv gone wrong. i mean immediately after fry they are very crisp but as they cool they become very soft

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sujata Fernandes Posted on Thu Sep 03 2015

Thank you mam for your response.... But mam how do you completely drain them? Because lot of oil remains in the rose cookies even after draining...?

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B B Patra Posted on Thu Dec 24 2015

this is really a very creative recipiee dear i like it and also prepared it and all like this new recipe?

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Subrata Ray Chaudhury Posted on Sat Jan 23 2016

Never dip the Achu or mold completely in the batter, always leave a few millimeter at the top otherwise the appam won't come out in the oil. My wife uses very old and much used molds. The cookies separate from the mold just like magic.?

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Moutusi Rc Posted on Fri Jan 29 2016

dip 3/4 th of that mould and in oil keep 3 sec. and then try shaking ... mould will cm out nicely?

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