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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Raw Plantain/Banana Fry (Vazhaikai Varuval)

Want to prepare some quick side dish for lunch. Here it is - Raw Plantain fry/ Vazhaikai Varuval is a simple side dish to make and it is great with variety rice, rice with sambar/rasam/curd.This is everyone's favorite at our home.Here comes the recipe.


Ingredients
  • Raw Plantain/Banana - 1
  • Chilly powder - 1 tbsp
  • Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Rice Flour - 1 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to deep fry
Method
  • Wash and peel the skin and cut the raw plantain into thin rounds.
  • In a bowl mix chilly powder, turmeric powder, rice flour, salt with little water and make a paste.
  • Add the plantain slices to the bowl and mix well so that the paste coats well to the slices and keep aside for 10 Min's.
  • Heat oil in a wok and deep fry the plantain slices till it turns brown and crispy.
  • Serve with rice and sambar/dal/rasam/curd. 

    24 comments :

    Suparna said...

    hey valar yummy side with a steaming lunch on a rainy day!B'lore at present is ready for the banana fries :O

    Shanthi said...

    I have one in my draft for a very long time.... But I do it in a different way. Nice fry and click. I can keep on eating plantain fries.

    GEETHA ACHAL said...

    Love the vazhaikai fry....thanks for sharing...

    Nandini said...

    Yum! It looks tempting and simple...

    aipi said...

    Spicy n crispy- love it!
    US Masala

    Premalatha Aravindhan said...

    Love this varuval,luks very tempting...

    Hamaree Rasoi said...

    Banana Fry looks very crispy and tasty. easy to prepare as well. Thanks for sharing.
    Deepa

    Prathibha said...

    It looks crispy n yummy..I dont add rice flour...I think it helps in giving more crispiness..

    Kitchen Flavours said...

    Yum post after long....nice presentation....r u back?

    Kairali sisters said...

    Looks soo good valarmathy..

    Jay said...

    ohh...I ve wanted to try same too..
    I m def going to..!
    Tasty Appetite

    Suman Singh said...

    Looks delicious and easy recipe to try..thanks for sharing!

    divya said...

    Lovely recipe.. looks perfect dear.. thanks for the awesome recipe :)

    Pavithra said...

    Looks awesome valar.. asusual beautiful picture.

    Vimitha Anand said...

    I always wanted to try this but was searching for the recipe... Thanks for the recipe... Looks yum

    Priya said...

    Very addictive and my fav fry,simply delicious..

    Shama Nagarajan said...

    delicious fry

    Now Serving said...

    vazhakai Varuval looks super delicious! Naak ooring!

    Ciccia said...

    Must be delicious. I lived in New Delhi for 5 years and just loved Indian food. My husband went to Karnataka and he said the food there was wonderful. I'm following you from Trapani, Sicily.

    Malar Gandhi said...

    I simply love this Varuval, so keep making them every other weekend...loved ur preparation too:)

    RAKS KITCHEN said...

    Love it with simple rasam,so comforting,lovely clicks valar!

    Gulmohar said...

    That looks great :-)liked the coating with rice flour

    Mehjabeen Arif said...

    ooh ... I love this fry.. just cant stop eating.. u brought back memories..
    :)

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    Ramya said...

    This is one yummy recipe..a perfect accompaniment with rice:-)
    U have a lovely space here and great collection..!!

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