Here I am with a some what lost taste of mine.It was in my memories always.Believe me,as a kid I was a total admirer of this snack.But somehow as I grow up and we shifted from the place where we lived,I missed it somewhere.During ‘silly sessions’ with my lill’ daughter now,I always share such simple sort of happiness,delight and thrill I had about anything as a kid to her.She can catch it often since she is a kid too.And coming to this recipe,we were having the usual stories of my childhood and suddenly the term ‘chembappam’ came to me.Ha,then I started recollecting a lost taste for days now.To cut short,finally I am here with the simple recipe after having several cute sessions in my kitchen.
1 cup rice flour (smooth like that for Idiyappam & appam)
1 pinch baking soda
1/4 cup medium thick coconut milk or water (coconut milk will enhance the taste)
4 tsp sugar (can add more if you want)
Oil (coconut oil will be the best)
Take the rice powder and mix well with the egg.Now slowly add the coconut milk or water till it become a thick,dropping consistancy.Add sugar & baking soda and mix once more.Heat coconut oil in a skillet and drop small portions of batter .Use your hand.That’s the best option.Cook in medium heat .Turn them over and cook when one side is brown.Shift to paper towels when done.