|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||North Malabar|
|Main ingredients||Ponni rice flour, coconut, sugar, cashew nut, salt, caraway seeds|
The Kunji Kalathappam recipe isn't same as the Kalathappam recipe. For Kunji Kalathappam, ingredients such as Ponni rice, coconut milk, coconut oil, sugar, cashew nuts, water, salt and caraway seeds are needed. The Kunji Kalathappam batter is created using these ingredients. A ladle of the batter is poured into a cheenachatti(wok) to cook Kunji Kalathappam until its bottom becomes light brown. It can be served as a snack for birthday parties, weddings or during festivals such as Eid, Christmas etc. 
- "Kunji Kalathappam - A Malabar recipe". Dec 3, 2018. Retrieved Aug 15, 2019.
- Chef », MaherBan More From This. "Kalathappam recipe Kunjikalathappam for Christmas കലത്തപ്പം". Retrieved Aug 15, 2019.
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