Doesn’t that look like a UFO? I think it does. Hehe! Apom is an Indian pancake. The batter is cooked in a curved pan, like a wok but really small. The edges of the the Apom barely has batter so it becomes light and crispy. The middle is light, soft and spongy. Best eaten hot, and dipped in red sugar. Well, it’s not really red, but orange.
You can ask for an Egg Apom, where egg is added and cooked in the batter. Or more recently, cheese. For me, plain like this is the best. A light breakfast, or lunch. Hey, or even dinner. Why not!
-hazrock, UFO – Unabashed Food Observer