Sweet Appe With Sooji

Sweet Appe with Sooji
Sweet Appe with Sooji

Appe is one of the very popular breakfast loved by adults and kids alike. We make different kinds of appe like urad dal appe, boiled rice appe,  sugarcane juice appe all of which a little planning ahead. My sister-in-law makes these sweet appe with sooji which can be made instantly. This is a nice and quick breakfast when you need to come up with something for breakfast quickly. Grinding or fermentation is not required for these which makes it easier for even beginners. They taste great when eaten immediately.

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Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Make appe.
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Sweet Appe With Sooji
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Serves: 3-4
Quick and tasty appe made with coconut and sooji.
Ingredients
  • ¾ cup rava/sooji
  • 1 cup wheat flour
  • ½ cup poha(beaten rice)
  • ½ cup jaggery
  • ½ cup grated coconut
  • A pinch turmeric
  • Salt
  • 1 cup yogurt
  • ½ tea spn cardamom powder
  • Oil
Instructions
  1. Soak poha in yogurt for 20-30mins (if using thick kind).
  2. Mix all ingredients (do not grind. Mix with a spoon) to get to appe batter consistency.
  3. Heat appe pan and make appe.
  4. Serve hot.

 

23 Comments for “Sweet Appe With Sooji”

Sabitha Shenoy

says:

Looks fantastic. I prepare the similar kind of appes with all the above ingredients except yoghurt. I add ripe bananas. Next time I will try with yoghurt.

Sharayu Labde

says:

Hi Shilpa,
Today only I made appe with idli batter and you have posted the sweet ones.
I have a question about sooji. Which sooji/rava you have used here ?? Is the rava same as that used for Upma or laddoo (In Bangalore, the rava used for laddoo is called ad chiroti rooji)

Sandhya

says:

Hi,
My 6 year old is a very fussy eater but loves anything sweet. Making lunch for him is the biggest challenge as he hates rice. And moreover I cannot send jam sandwich everyday. At least this one they won’t be able to I don’t have the Appa chatti u have used. Can it be made in idli dish by using muslin cloth?
Any other tips?
Kindly reply.
Cheers
Sandhya

Monica Ranade

says:

Hi looks yummy! Do we need to use coarse or fine rava? Also if we use thin poha, we donot need to soak in yogurt, correct? Thanks!

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