This time i prepared with readymade rice flour .u may wonder how it will be works..yes,its work fine for me.
I collect coconut water from 2 coconut.Add little sugar and mix well with coconut water,ferment it for 1 or 2 days.If u dont get coconut water u can use coconut milk .
Now let us see the preparation.,If u follow this method correctly u will get super soft appam.
Preparation time : 20 mins
Fermentation : 8 hrs / Overnight
Cooking time : 10 mins
Rice flour - 2 + 1/4 Cups
Cooked Rice -1/2 cup
Coconut water - 1 cup
Water - 1/2 cup
Grated Cooconut - 1/2 cup
Sugar -1 tspn
Salt - To taste
Baking soda - a pinch
*First ferment the coconut water+sugar for 1 or 2 days.
*Grind the Cooked rice & Grated coconut to a smooth paste.
*In a vessel mix 1/4 cup rice+1/2 cup water ,mix it without any lumps.Cook it while stirring,Allow to thick paste and cool it.
*In a large bowl add 2 cups rice flour+cooked rice flour paste+coconut water+grounded cooked rice paste+salt.
*In 'Apa Chatti',Pour a ladle full of batter,to the heated pan,Hold both handles and rotate the pan till the batter spread over the pan evenly.
*With a spatula ,slide off the appam (Don't flip the appam over,it requires cooking only one side ).
*For myself served it with kadala curry and for kids served with coconut milk with sugar.
*If u dont get coconut water,u can use coconut milk.
*Grind the coocked rice &grated coconut to a very smooth paste to get soft & fluffy appam.
*Pls dont add baking soda in full batter,in such a way u cant stored it.
*If you have leftover batter,u can stored it in fridge.