Aladdin’s Favorite Chocolate Paniyaram

These delicious & addictive goodies that taste divine are a favorite of Aladdin!    Ingredients: All purpose flour/maida – 1-1/2 cups Cocoa powder – 4 tbsp Egg – 1 Boiled milk – 1 cup Unsalted butter – 1/4 cup, melted Vanilla essence extract – 1/4 tsp Powdered sugar – 5 tbsp Salt – A small

Enthapazham Unniyappam / Kerala Style Dates & Rice Fritters

Delicious, soft, & fluffy deep fried dates fritters that is not only healthy but easy to make for an evening snack!     Ingredients: Raw rice – 1 cup Dates – 1/2 cup, pitted Freshly grated coconut – 1/8 cup Cardamom pods- 2 Jaggery – 1/2 cup, melted Oil/ghee/clarified butter – As needed Baking soda

Kashuandi Unniyappam / Kerala Style Sweet Cashew Nuts & Rice Fritters

Unniyappam – a traditional & popular tea time Kerala snack is given a twist to the regular ingredients by adding cashews nuts instead of bananas. These deep fried sweet fritters are an excellent treat that is easy to prepare & loved by children and adults alike.   Ingredients:  Rice flour/whole wheat flour – 1 cup

Apple Unniyappam / Sweet Rice-Apple Fritters

A popular traditional Kerala snack during the festival season! Try these delectable and comforting rice fritters which is a popular offering at the temples across Kerala. We have tried a new variety of Unniyappam replacing the usual bananas with “apples” which gives a sweeter and distinctive flavor to the fritters! Ingredients: Rice flour – 2 cups All purpose flour/maida-1/2 cup

Unniyappam Payasam/ Neyyappam Payasam/ Kerala Style Sweet Rice Fritters Pudding

Round-shaped unniyappams are a popular traditional sweet snack in Kerala and are usually made using rice flour, jaggery, and banana. This recipe has a clever twist where the sweet delicacy is made into a classic pudding with a sweet treat of coconut milk and jaggery syrup. Ingredients: Pachaari/ Raw rice – 2 cup Coconut bits

Pineapple Unniappam (Pineapple Neyyappam)/ Sweet Rice-Pineapple Fritters

Unniappam-Neyyappam/ Sweet Rice Fritter is the traditional sweet snack that is popular amoung keralites, which is made with rice flour, jaggery/molasses and ghee/clarified butter. We have tried a new variety using pineapple instead of the usual bananas! Ingredients Rice flour: 1/2 kg Maida: 100 gm Baking powder: 1/4 teaspoon Salt: A pinch Coconuts bits/Thenga kothu roasted