An easy breakfast recipe. No prep-work-ahead needed. Ripe bananas are used in the recipe giving the appe a delicious banana flavor. Cardamom imparts a sweet aroma making it feast for all your senses. This is also called paniyaram in some parts of India. Learn how to make soft and instant banana appe/paniyaram.
Banana Wheat Flour appe/paniyaram are my to-go breakfast whenever I have been too busy to plan breakfast for next day.
We take our breakfast seriously.
We never skip breakfast.
That is the most important meal of the day and if you eat a heavy, healthy breakfast, your mid-morning cravings can be reduced.
But breakfast can also become a pain, since it has to be ready, the first thing in the morning. I usually have a bare-bones-sorta-idea of what I will making for breakfast for the next day, and these appes are blessing when I I have not. If you have ripe bananas and wheat flour and few other simple ingredients you are all set to make the breakfast.
These require a special kind of pan called appe kayili in konkani. It is something similar to the Ebleskiver Pan (which will work perfectly for the recipe). I use my grandmother's appe pan, which is probably an 100 years old now.
It is missing an handle, has survived many a moves, has dents and looks.... well, OLD, but it will give any non-stick ebelskiver pan/appe pan run for their money. 🙂 .
Years of use has seasoned it so well.
Old is gold, truly.
As part of the blogging activities, we support other bloggers by sharing our recipe with their readers. Shaheen who blogs at Spoon, Fork and Food, invited me to share a breakfast recipe with her readers and wheat flour appe recipe is what I decided to share. Thank you so much Shaheen for the wonderful opportunity. You can find the ingredients, recipe notes and the detailed recipe for wheat flour appe at Spoon Fork and Food.
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