Try out these delicious treats in your appe pan
South Indian dishes like paniyaram and unnipaam are made in appe pan. But did you know that you can make cheese corn balls, sabudana vada, falafels, egg bonds etc with the same appe pan?
Did you know that you can use this appe pan to make snacks that usually require deep-frying?
That's right, this multi-utility, versatile pan comes in handy when you want to make health a priority in your household. There are a variety of dishes that can be made using the appe pan. We have listed a few:
Cheese Corn balls: Kids love it and so do adults. This evening snack can be made on the app pan by allowing the cheese to melt on a low flame. The rest of the recipe stays the same.
Falafels: This Mediterranean dish that's stuffed inside a roll is usually deep fried. However, you can get the same result by using less oil and cooking it on an appe pan. Coat the insides of the pan and let this cook for a few minutes. It may take longer to cook but it will taste as delicious.
Egg Bonda: This delicious tea time snack, made with egg and chickpea flour, needs no introduction. Instead of dunking it in a wok of oil, let it cook in an appe pan. The result? You will find yourself biting into the crispy outer texture of the bonda.
Sabudana Vada: By making this in an appe pan, you will not only change the texture a bit, you will also make it a whole lot healthier.
Baati: This traditional Rajasthani dish is usually made in an oven. However, the paniyaram pan is a great substitute so cook it over a low flame and for 15 minutes longer than it usually takes to make it.