Appam with Vegetable Stew
Appam is a type of pancake, originating from South India made with fermented rice batter, common in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka where they are known as 'Hoppers' goes best with vegetable stew. It is eaten most frequently for breakfast or dinner.
The meaning of stew is 'to slowly cook food'. Our vegetable stew is finished with thick coconut milk. Our stew is flavourful of vegetables, ginger, curry leaves, black pepper, garam masala and coconut oil.
|SUMERU10||12 x 300g|
|Nutritional Facts||per 100g|
|Of which saturates||15g|
|Of which sugars||6g|
Appam: Rice (60%), Coconut milk (20%), Iodised salt (1%), Sugar (1%).
Stew: Onion (30%), Carrot (13%), Beans (10%), Potato (10%), Green peas (10%), Coconut milk (10%), Water (10%), Refined coconut oil (2%), Ginger (1%), Garlic (1%).