#rhomesecret Recipe: Chicken Stew And Appams (kerala Delicacy)
I prepared this recipe at Renaissance Mumbai's Lake View cafe as a part of R Home Secret event.
In Kerala, any traditional breakfast is inevitably based on rice products. Rice flour is a definite widely found ingredient in most Keralite Kitchens. In fact, there will be variations of the powder, coarse ground, fine ground, super fine ground and fried...
The other equally famous ingredient will be the humble coconut, whether it is coconut milk, coconut smooth paste, coarse paste, grated and more.
Appams (A mix of rice and coconut) hail from the Syrian Catholic Kitchen, and became a popular tea shop breakfast delicacy all across the state and now has crossed many state, national and international boundaries.
I love appams for the texture and aroma it has. Appams are had with sweetened thick coconut milk, potato stew, egg curry to name a few. But the chicken stew is a must for all poultry lovers and is my personal favourite.
What's the secret about appams? Fresh toddy makes great appams!