Kuzhi Appam is a type of sweet pancake made in India. It is small flat cakes baked in a pan.
Raw rice is soaked 2 to 3 hours, then ground. An equal amount of jaggery sugar is then added, and an equal amount of grated coconut. Finally plantain or banana, and cardamom and salt are added to season it.
Kuzhi Appam are then cooked in Appakarai moulds, covered, and flipped once during cooking, allowing 8 minutes per side.
Recipes will vary a great deal. Kuzhi Appam are sometimes made with rice and lentil, for instance, and toppings might be added.
Kuzhi Appam are similar to Kanam Krok made in Thailand, and Danish aebleskiver (sic), and Vella Appam.