Thursday, June 7, 2018



Use up your ripe bananas brilliantly. Here is a yummy treat which is very easy to make. Making banana bread, banana muffins, banana cake, banana loaf cake are some of the common recipes for using up over ripe bananas. But we must be little creative to impress our kids. And here is a very easy and simple ripe banana recipe. In Malabar region, this snack is popularly known as Cherupazham porichath or Nulliyittappam. So viewers, do try this banana fritters easy recipe to savor along with a nice cup of tea. I bet, this is one of the best evening snack recipes to feed a crowd.  Let's see how to make this yummy sweet snack. 

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Ripe Mysore banana / Ladyfinger banana - 4 nos, ripe
Sugar     - quarter a cup
Scraped coconut / desiccated coconut  - half a cup
All purpose flour/maida - 1 cup
Baking powder - half tsp
Salt - a pinch, to balance the taste


Please click on the below video showing how to make banana balls

  • Peel the banana, slice it and add them to the blender. Blend it well until smooth without adding water.
  • Transfer it to a bowl. 
  • To the same blender, add coconut and sugar. Coarse grind it and mix it with ground banana.
  • Mix them together until well combined. Add salt.
  • Now add the  All purpose flour to this mixture little by little and combine well.
  • Finally, add baking powder and mix well.
  • So the batter is ready. 
  • The batter must be thick. Do not add water.
  • Heat oil for deep frying.
  • You have to slide the batter into the hot oil using a small spoon. So first dip the spoon in the hot oil (so that you can slide the batter to the oil easily) and scoop little batter using this spoon.
  • Slide it to the oil. 
  • Fry the balls over a medium flame. 
  • Flip when one side is done. Cook until the balls turn golden.
  • When done, transfer it to a plate.
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