Traditionally, in Christian households, Pesaha Appam or Inriyappam is prepared on Maundy Thursday. The cake is seen decorated with palm leaves signifying a cross sign. The exact measure of ingredients is not observed but can vary for individual tastes. Maundy Thursday commemorates the washing of the disciples feet and the Last Supper of Christ with His disciples, Maundy Thursday is followed by Good Friday, the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. You can explore a well detailed Pesaha Appam recipe here.
Mix together coconutmilk and rice flour with cardamom powder and pour the mixture into melted molasses and stir continuously, till it becomes a thick sauce.
:- Make sure no lumps are formed.
:- As the tradition goes, the head of the family cuts the appam and gives it to other members, oldest to youngest respectively, after dipping in Sauce. This is done in great reverence and in a pious atmosphere.