Thursday, February 23, 2012

Mango Unniyappam(Mambzham Unniyappam)


Ingredients:-
Well Ripe mango – 1 big
Wheat flour-1 cup
Sugar-1/2 cup
Coconut slices-1 tbsp
Sesame seed-1 tsp
Cardamom powder-1 tsp
Salt – a pinch

 Directions:-
·         Skin off the ripe mango and cut into medium pieces, make a smooth puree with sugar.
·         In a bowl take the flour ,coconut slices,sesame seed,cardamom powder and pour the mango puree into this mixture and mix well.Make a little thick batter.
·         Add a pinch of salt into the above batter and keep it aside for 40-60 minutes.
·         Heat unniyappam kadai on a medium heat. Sprinkle each mould with little oil.Pour batter in each mould cook on a low heat for 10-15 minutes till brown in color or cooked well and sides turn .
·         Flip them over with the help of stick and cook again for 5- 10 minutes.

Have with tea..
 Recipe source from Lekshmi Nair



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32 comments:

  1. Innovative unniappams..looks great with lovely flavors!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  2. A different appam. Do u get fresh mangoes?

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  3. wow...so delicious n flavorful one....nice idea too!!

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  4. Wow..Looking really yumm..U made it perfectly..

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  5. Very innovative, should have tasted delicious..

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  6. Having mango ,sure going to try this n let u know later on :)Looks nice dear!!

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  7. I have made the regular ones and the addition of mango is interesting. Thx for linking to the event.

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  8. i feel like having appams too now! I love the mango addition..must be giving a diff taste altogether!

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  9. Wow substituting with mango.. i ahve been wanting to make these, with mango twist will try for sure.. Thnx for linking up.

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  10. very innoviative and unique one !!

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  11. Nice yummy flavor to the unniappam.

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  12. hey Reena, really very innovative unniappam, Never thought this way....great recipe

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  13. I really love the tropical flavors in this! My niece has one of these pans but I have never seen a recipe quite like this for it! Now I may need to get one of those pans for myself. Delicious post!
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  14. Ripe mangoes? That is a forgotten luxury...sigh...these look awesome....

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  15. Can imagine the flavor and taste,innovative recipe..yum

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  16. I know they make it with jackfruit. Mango is something new to me

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  17. Wow never heard mango unniyapam before..After seeing these pics now i am tempted to buy an unniyapam pan !!!

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  18. I love mango. This is such an unusual and interesting recipe! Thank you for visiting my blog. What I see here is very good. Will follow you!

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  19. wow..uniyappam with mango....bookmarked....also sending the recipe to my mother in law ...she makes great uniyappam....shell definitely like the recipe :-)

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  20. u have a gr8 collection and very different as well

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  21. So crispy and delicious...the mango with coconut sounds fabulous!

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  22. Looks so inviting. Thanks for linking...

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  23. wow, delicious appams...a different n yummy one :) Thanx a lot for linking it to my event :)..another yummy entry :)

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  24. very innovative... looks delicious...

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  25. Hi Reena, you have an award waiting for you at my place..

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  26. wow...interesting unniyappam recipe...will surely try this sometime..:)

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