Monday, April 13, 2015

Homemade Banana Chips/Kerala Banana Chips/Kerala Nenthrapazham Chips







Ingredients

Raw Banana/ Kerala Nenthrapazham - 1/2 kg

Coconut oil/Vegetable oil - as needed

Salt as needed

Turmeric powder - 1 tsp








Method

Peel the skin of raw banana.

In a pan, add peeled banana with water and turmeric powder.Wash the banana with your hands and wipe them with a kitchen towel. 
 In a small vessel, add little salt and water. Mix well. Keep this aside. 
Heat oil in a kadai, using a grater, grate the bananas into oil. Stir constantly. When it is about the get fried, sprinkle salt water. Once fried well, remove it from the kadai. Transfer on to a kitchen towel. Care should be taken not to change the colour of the chips while frying. 
Keep this in an airtight container. 


Leftover Banana peels can be used to make thoran. 





26 comments:

  1. Lovely crispy chips. Bought back a few packets from Kerala.

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  2. Dear although the steps to make the Banana Chips look simple because of your excellent explanation, it is not easy to make such perfect looking chips. Cutting each chip with the same precision needs practice. I love banana chips and maybe someday will have the courage to go ahead and make them at home. So well done dear.

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  3. looks super tempting..just love this

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  4. OMG!! itz too tempting!! I love the crispy homemade chips....

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  5. perfect dear just like store bought one...

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  6. Perfect crunchy and tasty chips !

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  7. They look sooooooo crispy and great!

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  8. I love banana crisps as we call it here but don't like them cooked in coconut oil. Perfect looking chips Beena.

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  9. Banana chips looks perfect for tea time!!

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  10. love this anytime..Yummy ones!

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  11. u made it sound so simple!!! lovely...

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  12. Perfect banana chips...love this..

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  13. This golden colored banana chips is unique to Kerala, a must have item during the festive season of Vishu, the traditional new year beginning according to the Malayalam calendar.
    A great post and these chips look yummy ! Thanks Beena for this cool post.
    Happy Vishu to all !

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  14. adipoli banana chips. Happy Vishu.

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  15. wow! one of my fav and they look absolutely scrumptious!

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  16. The banana chips look absolutely stunning:)..Lovely click:)...They are my most fav chips:)

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  17. Yummy chips, my fav ... beautiful nendram chips!

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  18. Wow....Favourite snacks, looks yummy Madam....!!!

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