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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Palam Pori / Ripe Banana Fritters | Mom's Recipe

Ripe Banana Fritters / Palam pori as they call it, is a famous tea time snack in Kerala. People familiar with the Keralite cuisine will know how delicious this snack tastes. I am an ardent fan of this and prefer to have it anytime. So whenever we have ripe nendram palams at home mom makes it a point to make me some of these and I just gobble them down in minutes without sharing it with anyone. But this time when she made it, poor me… got only 3 pieces cos there was huss dear sitting nearby who is now a newly-turned fan of this.

~*What U Need*~
All purpose flour / Maida – ½ cup
Rice flour – 1 tbsp

Yellow food coloring / Turmeric powder – a pinch

Sugar – 3 tsp

Salt – a pinch

Baking powder – ¼ tsp

Water – as needed
Nendram Palam – 1
Oil – for frying


How I made it
Sieve the maida, rice flour and baking powder together.
To this add turmeric powder/food coloring, sugar and salt and combine well.
Add water and mix well and bring it to a semi-liquid consistency.
Slice the bananas as shown below.

Dip this in the flour mixture.

Fry till golden brown

Pat the excess oil using tissue.
Serve as tea-time snack !!!

I had some excess flour mixture to which I added some sugar and fried. It was equally crispy and tasty.

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41 comments:

  1. Authentic and delicious recipe.. looks simply superb !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  2. looks delicious..its new one to me..very nice..

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  3. I love it!....cant have enough!

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  4. Mmmmmm..very authentic snack recipe...looks so tempting but i never tried this...you r inducing me to make an attempt...

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  5. Yummy n addictive ~ perfectly done!
    US Masala

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  6. Your Pics makes me remember my Mom. She makes this frequently with Nendran Plaintain and sometimes only with Sugar, Maida and Rice Four. (as u have done)
    Adding Cornflour is a nice twist.
    By the way, thanks for your lovely comments at my blog.

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  7. Very delicious snack...love it...

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  8. I had lots n lots of these when I was a kid :)..yummy snack..everyone's fav !!

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  9. I agree after marriage you need to share all your favorites with the husbamd! Nice recipe dear.

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  10. Love it...Usually the same way happens here too several times...Atleast you got 3 pieces...

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  11. Feel like having some rite now, havent had since a long..

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  12. Deep fried bananas are one of my favorites!

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  13. pazham pori looks delicious. Nice recipe. my favorite.

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  14. Wow! How wonderful! Love this bajji :)

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  15. favourite tea time snacks deliciously done

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  16. wonderful bajji !! delicious and yum !!

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  18. I can see why you love these. That fried coating looks perfect.

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  19. That looks really delicious! The turmeric adds nice color, and is a very surprising ingredient in a sweet fritter dish...

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  20. You are making me hungry with your pictures :)

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  21. My comfort food, my comfort food! Could you pass me some with a cuppa? Ah, I know that's not possible. So lemme get hold of some nedrapazham to make this at home...:)

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  22. I've never had anything like this before..looks delicious!

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  23. My fav snack!! I have it hot sprinkled with some chaat masala...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  24. Oh my so yum ..just want to eat this now !!

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  25. wow! I enjoy banana a lot and to eat it this way would be an amazing experience. :)

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  26. It's raining here and this would make a perfect snack :-)

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  27. Mum's recipe is always the best. These fritters look so delicious.

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  28. Lovely love to have one with tea:)

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  29. kandittu kothi varunnu..yummmmmmmmmm

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  30. Palam pori is my most fav! looks fab!

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  31. We love this at home... can get enough of this ... Perfect with breakfast :)

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  34. It looks so yummy and delicious and you are right it a very good snack with tea, I can't wait to have it because my mouth started to become watering....

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