(If you are looking for the recipe for unniyappams with jaggery, click here)
Unniyappams are traditional snacks from the state of Kerala (South India), and are made in special pans that resemble Dutch pancake makers. If you don’t have this special pan, you can always deep fry them in a regular pan.
Traditionally, these rice cakes are made using jaggery. But I’ve found a wonderful substitution that makes the whole process much easier – brown sugar. However, you can use melted and cooled jaggery instead of brown sugar in the same recipe.
Whichever method you choose, these round little cuties are a favorite among kids and adults alike.
More Kerala Snacks:
- Kerala Banana Chips
- Parippu Vada or Masala Vada
- Uzhunnu Vada or Urad Dal Fritters
- Kerala Chicken Cutlet
- Banana Bonda
- Banana Fritters or Pazham Pori
- Jaggery Unniyappam