KBC 2021: Appam, a kind of pancake popularly eaten in south India, is primarily made with a batter of what?
c) Wheat flour
Answer: (b) Rice
Appam is a South Indian pancake prepared with fermented rice batter and coconut milk that is popular in Kerala, Sri Lanka, and Tamil Nadu. Breakfast and supper are the most common times to consume it.
The appam is described in the Tamil Perumpanuru, according to Vir Sanghvi, an Indian journalist who references culinary historian K. T. Achaya. Appam was widely established in ancient Tamil nation, according to K. T. Achaya in his final published work.
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