Monday, August 3, 2009

PAZHAM PORI / RIPE PLANTAIN FRITTERS




Ingredients :

Ripe Plantains : 3
Maida : 1Cup
Rice powder : 4tbsp
Sugar : 5tbsp
Turmeric Powder : a Pinch
Salt : 1/2tsp
Baking powder : 1/2 tsp
Cardamom powder : 1/4 tsp
Oil to fry



Method :

1. Peel the skin of each ripe plantain and cut into 3 equal parts and split these into halves.

2. Make a soft batter with maida, turmeric powder, sugar, rice powder, baking powder, cardamom powder, salt and little water. Batter should not be watery.

3. Heat oil in a frying pan. Dip each pieces into the batter and place it on the pan and fry both the sides till it becomes golden brown.

4. Serve hot as an evening snack.

25 comments:

  1. you have made me extremely nostalgic with this post Lena.. its been ages! I just don't get ethappazham here :(

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  2. Oh my god ! I miss pazham pori so so much :( We don't get ripe plantains here ... I am having very bad craving for it after seeing your post dear..

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  3. Never had this,sounds interesting lena :)

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  4. Feel like having rite now! drooling rite now here!

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  5. My Akku eats bananas only this way,sometimes i add egg also to make it soft..yummy...

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  6. Wow delicious lip smacking pazham poris Lena! And hope you are doing good. Frankly I was thinking about you and thought of dropping a comment when I saw your recent post! Missed your presence in the blogging world! Good to see you back in action! Do send in your mail id to mine(its there in my profile details) when you get time. Planning on creating a new orkut profile soon and will add you up. Meanwhile take care and wishing you the best of health :)

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  7. hey Lena,
    Long time!!! good to see ur yummilicious post! I love these fritters, love to sprinkle sugar and have :)
    Yuumy snaps :)
    Hope to see u around!!
    Enjoy the week ahead!!
    TC

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  8. Nice to see you back.....i was about to ping u in orkut....what happened? those fritters look yummylicious......

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  9. First of all how have u been? hope your health is good :) u have been missed dearie, fritters look delicious!

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  10. Simple and delicious,I've never tried plantain fritters :D

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  11. looks delicious dear, u have a wonderful blog

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  12. And Lena, do pick up awards and tag from my blog when you get time :)

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  13. wow ur pazham pori looks delicious. You can visit my blog view all my recipes and give ur comments

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  14. How r u? I've been wondering where u r? hope u had a good break and are refreshed.I love pazham pori too. It's one of my hubby's and my fav snack

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  15. Hey dear it's gud to see you back and those fritters looks so gud nice click

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  16. Hey Lena, so nice to see yur post...Here is me passing you the Kreative Blogger Award for all the hardwork on your space. Please come through my space and have a rocking time reading through...

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  17. hi lena, welcome back.i've heard this pazhampori in train , but never tasted.will try this if i get that banana here:)

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  18. Some how i missed this post lena.. this is my fav..loooks so good.

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