Friday, December 10

Banana Poppers

Are you wondering, what in the heaven made me come up with this idea... Events.. Events in this blog world make you think and try something new, think out of box and come up with tasty and innovative ideas. We all need to thank these events which encourage you to explore yourself and look out for something all the time. That way you never get bored with cooking as you don't cook the same stuff over and over again and again. I was slightly skeptical while making them but after I took a bite I was glad that I made these. My daughter swiped away all of them. This can be a great healthy finger food for kids who love fruits (ofcourse, cause my son din't want them as he doesn't eat fruits. Not even one single fruit. He hates them. I hope he tries them as he grows up.)

1 Banana chopped into bite size pieces

2 tbsp Corn flour
2 tbsp All purpose flour
Salt as per taste

1/2 cup Bread crumbs
1/2 tsp red chilli flakes
1 tsp oregano seasioning or basil leaves and some garlic powder

Oil to fry.


1. Heat a tsp oil in each whole of gunta ponganala(kuzhi paniyaram) pan.
2. Dip each piece into the batter first and then into bread crumbs and drop each piece into each whole of the pan. Advantage of frying in this pan is that you will end up using less oil and also the entire oil will not get dirty with bread crumbs in the hot oil. So try not to deep fry unless you do not have that pan.

3. Fry it on all sides and carefully take it into a place.

4. Serve it with any dipping of your choice. I din't even have to go that far...

They are crispy from outside and soft from inside, a perfect blend of sweet and savory. Hope you will also like it. Enjoy.

This is off to Aipi for her event Veggie/Fruit a Month - Banana and Food Palette Series White being hosted by TorView at TorViewToronto.


Torviewtoronto said...

spicy snack thank you for linking

Santosh Bangar said...

crunchy munchy snack looing wonderful
thanks for visiting. hope in future also.

Biny Anoop said...

hey alls sooo gud here...nice space,great recipe and awesome clicks plus the space looks very professional...nice to be here.

Treat and Trick said...

Very interesting and sounds delicious. Adding chili flakes to sweet snack is new to me though...

Thanglish Payan said...

Photo looking very nice.
i guess, i can make myself :)

Sunijaga said...

Different and nice recipe.Will try it soon:)

Padhu said...

Looks so inviting!Drop by
when u find time

aipi said...

whoa, they really look like a fantastic treat !!!
Thanks a lot for sending this to my event :)

Have a great n prosperous 2011!!

US Masala

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Crispy and crunchy... hmm.. great one

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