Mizoram Special Koat Pitha Recipe (Banana Fritters)
Koat Pitha Recipe is a delicious banana pakora made with rice flour and banana which is similar to the Kerala Unniyappam which is fried on a kuzhi Paniyaram Pan. It makes a perfect tea time snack.
Mizoram Koat Pitha is a fritter dish made with rice flour and banana which is similar to the Kerala Unniyappam which is fried on a kuzhi Paniyaram Pan. The flavours come together wonderfully to make a great dish with a crisp exterior and soft interiors.
In the North East it is widely consumed as a delicious dessert on almost all the special occasions.
Other recipes that you can try are:
- Vegetable Bajji Recipe
- Sprouted Moong Bade Recipe
- Keerai Vadai Recipe (Spinach & Bengal Gram Fritters)
- 1 cup Rice flour
- 2 Ripe Bananas
- 1/3 cup Jaggery , powdered
- 1/4 cup Water
- Salt , a pinch
- Cooking oil , for frying
How to make Mizoram Special Koat Pitha Recipe (Banana Fritters)
To begin the preparation of Mizoram Style Koat Pitha, first dissolve the jaggery in water and pass it through a fine filter to remove the scum.
Mash the bananas and keep them aside in a bowl.
To the mashed banana, now add the jaggery water and rice flour and with a pinch of salt.
Mix the Koat Pitha mixture until well combined and becomes a thick batter.
Heat a pan with oil on medium heat and spoon a small amount of batter into the oil.Fry the Koat Pitha till it becomes golden and drain it on a paper towel.
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