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  1. Ponkathir Quick & Easy Idiyappam 1 KG

    • Quick and east to cook
    • Are the most adoring breakfasts of malabaris
    • These healthy dishes are delicious when made with quick and easy idiyappam powder
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  2. Melam Appam Podi & Idiyappam, Flour 500g

    Melam Appam Idiyappam Powder is a rice flour which is specially formulated and slightly varied for the perfect Appams and Noolpottus. Appams made from Melam Appam/Idiyappam Podi is famed for its pure white colour, even texture and softness.It is served with vegetarian or non vegetarian dishes.

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  3. White Idiyappam Flour 1KG

    Idiyappam Powder is a rice flour which is specially formulated and slightly varied for the perfect Appams and Noolpottus. 

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  4. Nirapara Appam & Idiyappam Powder 1kg

    Nirapara Appam Idiyappam Powder is a rice flour which is specially formulated and slightly varied for the perfect Appams and Noolpottus. Appam is the traditional Kerala break-fast pancake which is a preferred food variety in Tamilnadu, certain parts of Karnataka and Sri Lanka. Idiyappam is a steamed dish, like Idlis, which is made of rice batter pressed into noodle form before steamed. Appams made from Nirapara Appam/Idiyappam Podi is famed for its pure white colour, even texture and softness.It is served with vegetarian or non vegetarian dishes.

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  5. Suryaa String Hoppers Whiten flour

    String hopper flour is thin rice vermicelli, is often freshly made in South India and Sri Lanka. String hopper flour can be used for preparing String Hoppers, dosai, puttu, roti, and murukku. These are Highly rich and delicious protein

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  6. Melam Appam Podi & Idiyappam, Flour 1 Kg

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  7. string hoppers is a traditional Kerala, Tamil and Sri Lankan food consisting of rice flour pressed into noodle form and then steamed. The name idiyappam derives from the malayalam words idi meaning ground down and appam kerala pancake .

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