How To Make Rava Appe | Semolina Appe | Rava Appam Recipe | Breakfast Recipes | Varun Inamdar

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Alan Boldock
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YUM!!!!

shivy
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These are available in Spencer, Reliance Fresh stores even. Idli stand won't help at all becoz u need to saute them kind of not steam them at all. One will not get that taste they will taste like idlis otherwise

Darshan Pardeshi
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very nice simple and easy

shivy
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These Appe kadhais are easily available everywhere in market where they sell utensils, even u get in Prestige too. Two variations are available one with handle like frying pan and other like kadhai itself.

priyanka sawant
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khupch Chan?????

Harsha Vardhan
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its also known as paddu in south india, after which appe was derived

Amrin Gajbarwadi
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kya hum pura mixture raat me bhhigo kar rakh sakte hai sir please reply

Aditi Singh
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can I make them in idli stand??

Random Robin
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where do i buy that type of kadai? i have idli maker stand made of steel … can i use that in some way?

Tanzila Hannan
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wow super recipe??

pankaj true indian
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Sorry to say but 1:27 it's CURD not CURDS I guess

Yogita Rane
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Super yummy wow

Chhaya Panchal
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It's a South Indian dish I think….

Jaystar2222 C
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Is there an alternative to using the special pan…?

Jayan Rajpurohit
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NICE ?

ruturaj yadav
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ailla! bagoon bhook lagli

375F
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Packed with veggies, yum!

Sting fist
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Hi varun.

anoushka Pandey
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Hi varun!! plss help me with the typical recipe for vegetarian nachos with refried beans!!

Kb Gracy
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Its our most famous south indian dish.kuzhlipaniyaram…and there is a sweet version of this too.

caribbeanpot
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lovely recipe my friend. For the chutney.. in the Caribbean we'd typically flame roast the dried coconut and go in with some lime juice, garlic and scotch bonnet peppers

vennampally guruteja
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This is popularly known dish in both the telugu speaking states as guntha ponganalu and in kannada as paddu, a very routine breakfast item also done with left over dosa or idly batter , mixed with semolina and other seasoning ingredients, it doesn't taste the way it should unless it is fermented. Instant mix with semolina just makes it as an item but not an authentic recepie.

Onkar Hegde
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It's not Appe if it's not fermented … and it's originally a south Indian recipe.

Anukul Wankhede
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nice

larissa pinto
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Just noticed that in the method for the chutney,cumin seeds isn't mentioned

Sokina Banu
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Wow