Unniappam refer to a sweet and fluffy fried rice flour fritters from Kerala. It is a popular sweet snacks from Kerala, India which is made from a mixture (batter) of rice flour, ghee (clarified butter), molasses (jaggery ) and mashed ripe plantains/bananas. It is fried by pouring the batter in the traditional cast iron mould called Appa Karal or Appakaram. They are usually used as an offering for temples in Kerala.
Unniyappam is one of the popular snacks in India, particularly in Kerala during some festivals like Onam, Eid, Christmas, and many more festivities. . They can also be eaten during teatime snacks/tea snacks or Nalumani Palaharam, a Malayalam term for a kind of snack served at 4:00 in afternoon where tea is usually served.
In Malayalam, Unni means "small" and Appam refers to "small rice cake".
Unniappam is also spelled Unniyappam.
Malayalam is the language spoken mainly in the southern Indian state of Kerala by about 38 million people.
Ura Maki refers to Japanese inside out Maki rolls which means the rice is on the outside of the Nori wrapper.
Ura Maki is very different from the traditional Maki as the vinegared rice is on the outside of the sea kelp wrapper known as Nori in Japanese.
Maki are layers of raw or cooked fish or shellfish, vegetables and vinegared rice wrapped on a sheet of dried sea kelp (Nori) rolled into cylinder shape then cut into pieces