Pazham Pori

Pazham Pori(Fried banana) is a favorite snack for tea time. Ripe bananas are dipped in a maida batter and deep fried to a golden brown color.

Pazham Pori

Pazham Pori(Fried banana) is a favorite snack for tea time. Ripe bananas are dipped in a maida batter and deep fried to a golden brown color.

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By Ginu Joyce

Published On: 26 Nov 2004

Rating: 3
28 Votes, 8 Reviews
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15 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Mix together maida, tumeric, cumin, sugar and water to make a thick batter with a dropping consistency.

Step 2

Mix well, till all lumps are gone.

Step 3

:- If too thick, add more water.
:- If loose, add more maida.
:- Adjust turmeric(for colour) and sugar(for sweetness).

Step 4

Slice the bananas vertically into thin pieces.

Step 5

:- If the bananas are very big, u can cut it into 2 pieces first and then cut it length wise to make thin slices.

Step 6

Dip the slices of banana in the batter and coat it very well with the batter.

Step 7

Heat oil in a deep-fry pan.

Step 8

Put the slices and fry both sides, till Pazham Pori(Fried banana) is fried well.

Step 9

Keep Pazham Pori(Fried banana) on kitchen tissue paper to remove excess oil.

Step 10

:- Serve Pazham Pori(Fried banana) hot.

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Maria

One of my favorite snack.

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Sunita

This turned out to be very nice and got compliments from hubby too. I added a little rice flour and ghee to this recipe and it was just superb. Thanks for sharing !

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vrinda

When u make batter add one eggwhite and a pinch of baking powder.Then it will be crispy and wont take much oil.U can cut the bananas in round shapes to save time..

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Devoo

Add 1 spoon of rice flour and 1/2 tea spoon ghee to the batter to make more cryspy.i tried this to make the maida batter thick but it came more tasty.

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min

pls add karijeerakam .it will be good.

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suby varghese

i usually add some powdered cardamom to the batter, to add to the flavor.

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Sona

While serving,place a small bowl with milkmaid to dip.... It tastes even yummier

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anisha philip

I Tried it with little ghee,it tastes really good. thanks.

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sangeetha

Adding a little sugar,may be just one spoon,to the batter will add the taste and colour

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