Wednesday, October 21, 2015



                    The evening is a time for refreshment, leaving all tensions and making our mind and body equally relaxed with a nice cup of tea. In India,  most of the people will have evening snack to savor with a nice cup of coffee or tea. In Kerala, we can see many small roadside shops with popular tea time snacks like parippuvada, pazhampori, cakes, sujiyan, ullivada, and so on. 
Majority of muslims in kerala, mainly malabar region is very good at making snacks for their family and relatives. During ramadan, they used to prepare special snacks like unnakaya, kaayada, chattipathiri, pizza, banana cutlets and so on..This is an easy but a bit variety snack with banana, bread and coconut. So enjoying having this on special occasions.

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banana pizza bread pizza sweet pizza kids snacks creative party ideas

banana pizza bread pizza sweet pizza kids snacks creative party ideas


Banana / plantain                     - 1, finely chopped
Egg                                           - 1
Wheat bread                             - 5 nos                                    
Grated coconut                         - 5 tbsp
Cashews, almonds, raisins      - as required, chopped


  • Heat a non-stick pan and add little ghee.
  • Roast the finely chopped banana and the nuts till golden. Keep it aside.
  • Now add the grated coconut to this same pan along with 1 tsp  of sugar and saute it until crispy. Keep it aside.
  • Now in a blender mix egg, bread, a pinch salt and 2 tsp of sugar. Blend them to a thick paste. If the thickness is less, can add more bread pieces.
  •  The batter should be thicker than rice dosa batter.
  • Again heat the pan and spread some ghee evenly.
  • When hot pour small kutti dosas ( u can pour two dosas at a time in a medium-sized pan, but it is better to pour one at a time).
  • Sprinkle some dry roasted coconut, roasted bananas and nuts immediately once the batter is poured.
  • Gently give a press to the toppings with the spatula.
  • Cook in a low flame and then slowly flip the other side and cook for few minutes.
  • Again flip the other side and garnish with some roasted coconut sprinkles or chocolate sauce or honey.

1 comment:

Zayden Wood said...

For evening time banana pancake is a good choice from health perspective. These are extremely quick to make and taste sensational, especially when using over-ripe bananas. I sometimes serve them up with some maple bacon to get that salty-sweet flavour that I love. Plain banana pancakes is like a blank canvas. When it comes to toppings, you can keep it simple or get as creative as you want. You can make it for your breakfast and also evening time. Bananas are rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients. The high content of fibre ensures your digestion doesn't trouble you. Martabak Singapore comes with caramelized banana flavour.