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May 10, 2012

Pazham Pori / Ethakka Appam ~ Ripe Plantain Fritters Recipe

Pazham Pori ~ Authentic Kerala Snack Recipe



Preparation & Cooking Time : 15 mins
Serves : 4 persons

Ingredients
  • Ripe Plantains : 5 or 6
  • Maida : 1 cup
  • Rice Flour : 2 tbsp
  • Sugar : 3 tbsp
  • Turmeric Powder : 1/4 tsp
  • Water : 1 cup ( more or less )
  • A pinch of cooking soda
  • A pinch of salt
  • Oil for deep frying


Sliced Ripe Plantains
Method :

1. Peel and cut the plantain horizontally into two halves and then slice them lengthwise.

2. In a mixing bowl, combine the both flours, sugar, turmeric powder, salt and cooking soda. 

3. Add water little by little and make a smooth and medium thick batter.
My Lovely Banana fritters :)

4. Dip the sliced plantains in the batter and fry them in the hot oil. 

5. Fry until golden brown and drain on a paper towel. 

6. Serve with a cup of hot tea.

19 comments:

  1. I have a banana fritter batter packet that a friend got me from Thailand. I had forgotten about it. Will make this right away.

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  2. this is looking awesome. lovely recipe

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  3. I love this mom used to make for us as tea time snack and this looks so good.

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  4. looks very cute and delicious ...tempting clicks

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  5. My favorite snack as a kid, still is! So very tempting!

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  6. Love ur space.happy to follow u.Mouthwatering fritters.

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  7. My all time fav evening snack. Yummy!!

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  8. Looks so yummy. Love your new layout.

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  9. save me some dear..I'll be right over..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  10. aren't these so good for evening snacks?...Lovely

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  11. Love this on anyday...looks super tempting

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  12. Seriously drooling over that super crispy fritters..

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  13. can you teach us how to select a good plantain? i don't know which is a good one they usually look spoiled when i see them, however it seems that is how they are suppose to be, all black. so this is confusing, how to tell between a spoiled plantain and a good one?

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