Banana Chips

by - September 03, 2013


Banana Chips


     Today's recipe is a famous Kerala chips which are easily available in road side shops in South India. This is so easy recipe and taste best when prepared in home. Sharing this recipe for Blogging Marathon 32 ABC- series..

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Yield: 150 grams

Ingredients:
2  plantain
1 tsp of turmeric powder
11/2 tsp of  rock salt in 1/2 cup of water
Coconut Oil for deep frying

Method:
1.Slit banana length wise and peel the outer skin.
2.Heat oil in a kadai or skillet in a medium heat. Using veggie slicer, slice banana directly into the oil or cut it in to thin slices.  Stir continuously.

Banana Chips

3.Add 2 tbsp of salt water when the chip is 80 % done and continue frying till it become crispy and you should hear solid tap sound  when stir the chips.
4.Remove and allow it to cool. Store it in a air tight container.

Banana Chips

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29 comments

  1. Crispy and crunchy looking banana chips. I could munch them at any point of the day.
    Deepa

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  2. Wow.. my favorite... Even I prepared this two days back... planning to post for onam..

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  3. It's our family's fav, good collage and very detailed post.

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  4. wow looks so yummy and crispy :) love these banana chips a lot !! you are tempting me !!

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  5. yum yum yummy!!! can keep munching these!!

    Sowmya

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  6. Wow! I am munching on some of these right now :-). I dont make these at home, but bring them back with me every time I go to Trivandrum :)

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  7. Wow just like in shops..very tempting..

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  8. crunchy and crispy banana chips... lovely sara...

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  9. Awesome chips! Love the pictures!

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  10. loved your step by step pictures to explain them, i want to try making them ASAP

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  11. Lovely chips to snack on and they are so simple to make. This is one recipe that always amazes me when I am directly adding water into the hot oil and still it works fine :)

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  12. These chips look so nice..and crunchy..I always buy from Hot Chips..and get the taste of South..really nice one.

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  13. looks droolworthy..i am loving it.

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  14. Excellent and crispy chips, i dont mind munching some.

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  15. An all time favorite!Nice clicks....

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  16. my favorite - yours came out perfect

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  17. looks very crispy n nice presentation..love d post over all.:)

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  18. Oh. These are my fav... They look absolutely gorgeous...

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  19. I make varuval, not these kerala type chips... these look simply addictive :-))

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  20. Please can you pass that bowl here please? :)

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  21. Wow what a simple but beautiful recipe. Love the pics and of course will die for a bowl of theses chips.

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  22. oh-naturals provides the varies quality for the costumer

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