Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe - Banana Fritters Recipe | Nedra Pazham Fry
Make this lip smacking Kerala Pazham Pori for the festival of Onam or as a tea time snack on a weekend afternoon. These lip smacking Banana Fritters also make a great dessert along with some vanilla ice cream by the side.
Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe is a favorite banana fritters from Kerala made from Nendra Pazham The Pazham Pori is made from a ripened plantain called ‘Nendram Pazham’ which is a local fruit found in most of the region in Kerala. The banana is dipped in a sweetened flour batter and fried till it is golden brown and crispy.
Serve the Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe as a Tea Time Snack or make it for the festival of Onam.
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- 2 Nendra Pazham Banana (Ripe) Ingredients for Batter
- 1 cup All Purpose Flour (Maida)
- 1/4 cup Rice flour
- 1/8 teaspoon Baking soda
- 1/8 teaspoon Salt
- 1/8 teaspoon Turmeric powder (Haldi)
- 2 Cardamom Powder (Elaichi) , powdered
- 3 tablespoons Sugar
- Sunflower Oil , for deep frying
How to make Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe - Banana Fritters Recipe | Nedra Pazham Fry
We begin making the Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe (Banana Fritters Recipe) by prepping all the ingredients and keeping them ready.
First step is to make the batter.
In a mixing bowl, combine the rice flour, maida, baking soda, salt, turmeric powder, cardamom powder and sugar. Stir well to combine.
Add little water at a time and make a thick batter such that it smoothly coats the back of the spoon.
Next, cut the banana into thin long stripes and keep aside.
Heat the oil in a kadai for deep frying and keep it ready.
Once the oil is hot, dip the banana slices in the batter until well coated and carefully slide it into the hot oil.
Deep fry the Kerala Pazham Pori till it is golden brown and crisp on both sides.
Drain the Kerala Pazham Pori from the oil and place it on a kitchen paper napkin to drain excess oil and serve hot.
Serve the Kerala Style Pazham Pori Recipe can be served as a Tea Time Snack or make it for the festival of Onam.