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Appam and Mutton Stew
Preparation time:  1 to 3 hours
     
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When you think of Xmas, how can you skip Appam and Stew for the morning breakfast?
SUBMITTED BY : GISHA GOPINATH,  17 Mar 2009
Living At : Kottayam,  India
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Ingredients

Appam (25 nos) 
    

  1. Rice flour (finely powdered ) 500 g 
  2. Coconut milk 250 ml 
  3. Salt  to taste 
  4. Sugar 1 tbsp 
  5. Semolina 100 g 
  6. Water

Mutton Stew (4 portions) 
    

  1. Mutton 250 g 
  2. Coconut ½ 
  3. Onion  2 no.s 
  4. Potatoes 2 
  5. Tomatoes 3 
  6. Green chilies 6 
  7. Garlic ½ 
  8. Ginger 4 pieces 
  9. Poppy seeds  1 tsp 
  10. Cinnamon ¼ pod 
  11. Cloves ¼ pod 
  12. Coriander seeds 1 tbsp 
  13. Coriander leaves ½ 
  14. Oil 2 tbsp 
  15. Salt to taste 

 

Preparation Method

Appam

  • Heat the semolina in a little water to a thick consistency.
  • Remove from the fire and keep it aside to cool.
  • Make a batter with rice flour, coconut milk and water. 4. Add the cooked semolina, soaked yeast and sugar and then mix well.
  • Keep the mixture to ferment for three to four hours.
  • Heat the appam thava (the special vessel for making appam), rub a little oil and pour some batter into it.
  • Turn the batter around in the thava and make it into a round with thin edges and a thick middle.
  • Cover with a lid and keep it over a slow fire.
  • After the appam is ready, serve with mutton stew.

 Mutton Stew

  • Clean, cut and wash the mutton.
  • Slice the onion, chillies and tomatoes. Peel and cut potatoes into four.
  • Grind the coriander seeds and poppy seeds separately to a fine paste.
  • Grind the ginger and garlic together. Add the onions, chillies,tomatoes, masala and salt to the mutton and mix well.
  • Heat the ghee and add spices. Add the mutton and fry for a while.
  • Add just sufficient water to cook the mutton; cook till it becomes soft and water is absorbed.
  • Grate the coconut and take out 2 cups of milk.
  • Add the milk and chopped coriander leaves.
  • Simmer and remove from the fire and serve hot.
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