Achappam refers to a traditional, sweet and crunchy snack of Kerala, India. Special flower shaped metallic moulds are dipped into a slightly sweet liquid mixture of rice flour, sugar, egg and coconut milk. The moulds are then dipped in hot coconut oil to get crispy, fried Achappams.

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