kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe is the trademark snack done at every nook and corner of the greenery dense world of kerala. I have very well heard about its popularity but never tried it at home. This time a quality produce of these nendram pazham was available at the farmers market and I was tempted to buy it. I did buy it to have it as a fruit but suddenly had a thought to try this kerala pazham pori recipe. I got the exact recipe from sutralam suvaikalam program. This recipe was lightly different from the usual one but its the exact method done in shops over there in the state. So, I strongly believed in the recipe,

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

 

the method is quite simple the consistency of the batter is very important. The usual recipe ingredients used for this is rice flour but instead they have used the dosa batter. I tried it for the first time and it came out perfectly crisp on the outside with soft insides. The banana need not be over ripe it should be firm enough and sliceable. The perfect ripe banana for this recipe is that the skin should be yellow with black patches, but it will be fine inside don’t worry. Sure,make this kerala pazham pori recipe at home as a snack you will enjoy it.

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kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

 

INGREDIENTS:

Kerala raw banana /Nendram pazham – 1(well ripened)
All purpose flour /maida – 1/2 cup
Dosa batter – 3 tbsp
Salt a pinch
Sugar – 2-3 tbsp
Baking soda – 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
Cardamom powder – 1/4 tsp
Refined/groundnut oil to fry

METHOD:

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

Take a bowl add dosa batter then add sugar, baking soda, salt then add cardamom powder.

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

water

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam
Add maida and add water to mix up the batter inbetween add turmeric powder also and mix to form a batter that is lightly thin than idli maavu batter.

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam
In-between peel the bananan slit into half in length wise section and half them.
Then slide each one as a thick pieces.

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam
Now heat up the kadai with oil till it is piping hot.
Now dip each piece of the fruit in the batter and put it in oil.

pazham
Cook till they become golden(adjust the flame and don’t let it burn).
Take out in a tissue and serve a teatime snack.

kerala pazham pori recipe /banana fritters /ethakka appam

Total Time: 25 minutes

snack,fry

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Ingredients

  • Nendram pazham /Kerala raw banana - 1(well ripened)
  • All purpose flour /maida - 1/2 cup
  • Dosa batter - 3 tbsp
  • Salt a pinch
  • Sugar - 2-3 tbsp
  • Baking soda - 1/4 tsp
  • Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Refined/groundnut oil to fry

Instructions

  1. Take a bowl add dosa batter then add sugar, baking soda, salt then add cardamom powder.
  2. Add maida and add water to mix up the batter inbetween add turmeric powder also and mix to form a batter that is lightly thin than idli maavu batter.
  3. In-between peel the bananan slit into half in length wise section and half them.
  4. Then slide each one as thick pieces.
  5. Now heat up the kadai with oil till it is piping hot.
  6. Now dip each piece of the fruit in the batter and put it in oil.
  7. Cook till they become golden(adjust the flame and don’t let it burn).
  8. Take out in a tissue and serve a teatime snack.

The heat should be in medium high not too high that it burns the batter. Turmeric powder gives the exact golden colour, you can add even yellow food colour instead. If you are not using dosa batter then add the rice flour instead. For half cup of maida you can add 2 tbsp of rice flour. You can cut into roundels also and do this snack.

 

 

 

 

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