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September 5, 2011

Sarkara Varatti | Onasadhya Special Recipe

Ingredients :

Raw Banana / Plantains : 4
Powdered Jaggery : 1 cup
Powdered Sugar : 3 - 4 tbsp
Cardamom Powder : 1/2 tsp
Dried Ginger Powder : 1/4 to 1/2 tsp
Oil for deep frying

Method :

Wash, peel and slice the plantains into 1/4 inch thick slices and cut the slices into half. Heat oil for deep frying. Heat oil in a wide pan for deep fry the plantain chips. Fry the chips on a low flame stirring them constantly for even browning. Fry the plantain slices till they become crisp and brown color. Remove from the oil and set aside. Mix the jaggery and water in a heavy bottomed vessel. The amount of water should be just enough to soak the jaggery and make a syrup of hard ball consistency. Switch off the heat and add the deep fried chips, cardamom powder and ginger powder and mix well. Set aside for a few minutes. Then add the powdered sugar and mix very well.

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Other Names :
Sharkara Upperi, Kerala Sarkara Varatti, jaggery coated plantain chips

24 comments:

  1. This is my fav and can munch it on and on...you reminded me of this that I want it right away :)

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  2. I am planning to make this before onam...Yours looks perfect.

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  3. Looks so so delicious,its new to me,never tasted this so far!

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  4. Looks so yum ...I liked this much

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  5. wonderful snack post during this onam festival

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  6. Oh I love this! If u hadn't shared may be I would never have thought of making this. It looks so simple! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. these are my favourite snack. this dish takes own me my memory lane to college days where my kerala friends used to bring it for me..

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  8. I love this one..I always get a big pack when i go home!! Wud love to try it at home!!

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  9. This is very lovely and tempting...

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  10. sounds new to me....
    looks delicious dear :)

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  11. My favorite much-ons look so crunchy n yum

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  12. Makes for a tempting snack!!! And its made from the gree, raw banan rite & not from nendran??
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. Always love this sweetish chips....you made it so yummy looking!

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  14. Very nice recipe for the onam festival.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  15. looks too tempting but its new to me...loved it..

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  16. sounds sublime.....gosh you have the most amazing recipes. I really need to try this one out too !!!!!

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