This Yeriappa recipe is a sweet appam recipe. Yeriappa is a part of
navaratri (navarathri) recipes,
made during dasara festival in Karnataka.
Yeriappa is made on the ninth day of dasara, the saraswati pooja day as an offering to Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge.
The ten day festival dasara - dussehra is celebrated with fervor in Karnataka.
Apart from the 10 day doll arrangement made in most homes, it is celebrated as a state festival. Many cultural events, competitions, exhibitions, games are held. It is a mixture of both religious as well as social gatherings.
Yeriappa is made using rice and fresh coconut. Jaggery(molasses) is added as a sweetener.
Given below is one traditional simple and easy yeriappa recipe.
Ingredients for yeriappa - sweet appam
Step by step instructions for making yeriappa - sweet appam
How to cook yeriappam:
Yeriappa tastes good when it is hot but it is good the next day too. This will keep good to eat for 2-3 days without refrigeration.
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