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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. Although other types of appam are made from fermented batter, INRI appam can be made from batter that is fermented for a relatively short period of time.
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.