Kerala Style Pazham Pori

Kerala Style Pazham Pori - Cooking Revived
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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins
Ingredients
 2 cups Maida or All Purpose Flour
 ¼ cup Rice flour
 34 tbsp Sugar
 1 pinch Salt
 ¼ tsp Turmeric powder
 Water to make batter
 200 ml Oil ( to fry)
 3 Ripe bananas
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Note: Kerala Style Pazham Pori is a very popular dish of Kerala and made of ripe bananas. You will find it is a very common preparation at most houses at a malayalee household during tea time. The ripe banana is slit lengthwise, covered in batter and fried in oil. Do I need to tell you anything more to let you know how tasty it would be? It is also known as ethakkappam or banana fritters. Here is how you make thus yummy evening snack.

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First of all mix the maida, rice flour, sugar, salt, turmeric powder and water to make a thick batter. Remember, it should be of pouring consistency. Now, cut the banana lengthwise into half or three parts as per the size of the banana. Make sure the bananas are ripe and make it into thin slices after cutting it lengthwise.

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Now, dip these banana slices into the already prepared batter and deep fry it in oil. Keep the gas on medium flame, till the batter covered bananas turn golden in colour. Now the kerala style pazham pori is now ready to eat.

P.S: Instead of maida you can use wheat flour as well and you can also replace sugar with jaggery if you want to. You can also add soda bicarb to the batter if you want, but this is completely optional. I have already said use really ripe banana for best taste.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 8


Amount Per Serving
Calories 473
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 23.2g36%
Saturated Fat 3.1g16%
Sodium 20mg1%
Potassium 164mg5%
Total Carbohydrate 59.4g20%
Dietary Fiber 3.1g13%
Sugars 11.7g
Protein 6.1g13%

Iron 12%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Disclaimer : The nutrition facts given in this site is for informational purpose and indicative of the estimated serving sizes. It is only an approximate nutritional value and could change depending on the product types, brands, substitutions and amount of ingredients used.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 2 cups Maida or All Purpose Flour
 ¼ cup Rice flour
 34 tbsp Sugar
 1 pinch Salt
 ¼ tsp Turmeric powder
 Water to make batter
 200 ml Oil ( to fry)
 3 Ripe bananas

Directions

1

Note: Kerala Style Pazham Pori is a very popular dish of Kerala and made of ripe bananas. You will find it is a very common preparation at most houses at a malayalee household during tea time. The ripe banana is slit lengthwise, covered in batter and fried in oil. Do I need to tell you anything more to let you know how tasty it would be? It is also known as ethakkappam or banana fritters. Here is how you make thus yummy evening snack.

2

First of all mix the maida, rice flour, sugar, salt, turmeric powder and water to make a thick batter. Remember, it should be of pouring consistency. Now, cut the banana lengthwise into half or three parts as per the size of the banana. Make sure the bananas are ripe and make it into thin slices after cutting it lengthwise.

3

Now, dip these banana slices into the already prepared batter and deep fry it in oil. Keep the gas on medium flame, till the batter covered bananas turn golden in colour. Now the kerala style pazham pori is now ready to eat.

P.S: Instead of maida you can use wheat flour as well and you can also replace sugar with jaggery if you want to. You can also add soda bicarb to the batter if you want, but this is completely optional. I have already said use really ripe banana for best taste.

Kerala Style Pazham Pori

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