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September 26, 2007

Masala Appey

I can't seem to find a better name. The day that Nandita of Saffron Trail announced her Weekend Breakfast Blogging # 15, I had already made these for breakfast. So I knew exactly what I was going to send her.

I had some Akki Roti batter and some dosa batter in the fridge. Individually, these would not have been enough to make breakfast for two. But when mixed and converted them into masala Appey.





If you have some left over dosa batter, then you can whip this breakfast up in a jiffy.
1 cup dosa batter
1/2 cup Rice Flour
1 Onion, finely chopped
1 tsp Coconut, scraped
1 tsp Chilli Paste
2 tbsp Coriander, chopped
1 tsp Oil
Salt to taste



Heat the appey patra/kayli.

Mix all the ingredients together and drop a spoonful each into each mould. Cook on each side for 2-3 minutes. Serve hot with Chutney.

Nandita, this one's for you. Happy hosting.

20 comments:

Apple said...

Lovely looking Pongadalu (that's what we call Appey in Telugu)...I shld get this Pan frm India this time..Missing all these wonderful dishes :(

Asha said...

YUM!!! I love appes with onion and chillies!:)

bee said...

my iron appey maker has been beseeching me to use it. the next time we make dosa batter, i'll try this.

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Nice ones Raaga......
We call it gunta ponganalu in telugu.....I love these...
:-)

Kumudha said...

We call these as paddu. I simply adore these yummy paddus.

You have a wonderful array of recipes here!

Siri said...

I look these pongalu ( telugu).. they are so yummy raaga..:D

Suganya said...

I use dosa batter as such w/o rice flour. Ingenious way to use 'em, eh?

musical said...

Yummy! That was an innovative use of the left over batter :). Appey make such a great eat!

SeeC said...

Good idea. I can try this :)

Mishmash ! said...

I like this one...my neighbour used to make...I like it more when served with a spicy or sour chutney :)

Shn

Madhu said...

Hey Raaga,
We call it 'guliyappa' everytime I see this feel like eating, Unfortunetely I don't have the maker. Looks delicious.

lakshmi said...

yummy appes - this is always made once in a week with the last bit of dosa batter that is left :)

Sig said...

Looks delicious and spicy... Nice entry raaga dear

Raaga said...

@Apple: you should... even I put off buying it for so long that I regret not doing it sooner.

@Ashakka: The spicier the better, right?

@Bee: You should... you even have tips from my mom now :-)

Raaga said...

Sirisha, Kumudha and Siri: Thanks :-)

@Suganya: Anything to clear out the fridge and keep us going till lunch time :-)

@Musical: Totally agree

Raaga said...

@SeeC: Thanks :-)

@Shn: I am with you :-) the chutney can make or break the dish.

@Madhu: Buy it :-)

@Lakshmi and Sig: Thanks :-)

Latha Narasimhan said...

Oh! I too made this today! Will post my version some time! Your chutney is a regular in my breakfast these days!:))

Jeena said...

Raaga I could really just take one of those to eat. They look YUM! Great picture I love how they are golden round the edges looks wonderful. :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

This is the second time i am visitins ur blog,new to blogging,and very nice collections and you are having so many recipies!!Nice paniyarams(how we call your appey)!!

SteamyKitchen said...

Oh wow - these have all my fav flavors in them! I wish I could have one riiiigggghhhht now.