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INRI appam, also known as pesaha appam, is a type of unleavened Easter bread. It is made on Maundy Thursday by Saint Thomas Christians from Kerala, India.[1] Although other types of appam are made from fermented batter[2], INRI appam can be made from batter that is fermented for a relatively short period of time.[3]

Traditionally, INRI appam is served in a ceremonial manner. The the head of the family cuts the appam, dips it in paalukurukku (syrup), and serves it to the other family members.[3]

References

  1. Pesaha(Indri) Appam
  2. Appam Recipe
  3. 3.0 3.1 Amprayil, Kuruvilla Cherian (16 March 2008). "Kerala Nazranee Pesaha Receipes". Nasrani Syrian Christians Network. http://nasrani.net/2008/03/16/kerala-nazranee-pesaha-receipes/. Retrieved 22 August 2009. 

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