Neyyappam is a sweet rice-based fritter fried in ghee. Neyyappam has its origins in the southern Indian state of Kerala. The name is derived from the words neyy meaning "ghee" (clarified butter) and appam meaning "pancake".

Neyyappam is typically made of rice flour (alternatively, with rava or semolina), jaggery, ghee-fried coconut (pieces or grated), ghee, cardamom and milk. It is served as a tea time snack usually in the evenings. Unni appam is a variant in which mashed ripe plantains or bananas are added to the batter and fried to result in a ball-like shape.

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