Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Banana Chips


Ingredients:
  • Raw plantain
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Oil
Peel off the plantain skin and put the plantain in water for a few mins. Then take it from water and wipe the water away.  Mix salt with little water and keep it aside. Heat oil in a cheenachatti and directly slice the plantain (thin round pieces) into the hot oil. Fry well till it turns crispy. Reduce the heat and sprinkle salt water over this and mix well. Remove it from oil when the bubbles subside. Spread it on a paper napkin and store in an air tight container.

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42 comments:

  1. Wow! Looks irresistible! u have done it so well

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  2. Thats so tempting Tina.. They are so thin n perfect... drooling here . .Would like to have some to munch on now..

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  3. OH! My Mom was a great cook, god rest her sole! When I was a kid she used to make these for me! :)
    I should try this recipe out for my son! thanks for posting it!

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  4. I love to have this any time, perfect click.

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  5. wow...u started preparing??? I will start after this week :)

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  6. They came out so perfect n crispy looking ~ lovely clicks too!
    USMasala

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  7. you are tempting me ..... I am making them tomorrow...lovely clicks.

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  8. Super aayittundu Tina....onam special anno...

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  9. woww.. eduthu thinan thonnunnu Teenu :)..

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  10. crispy and delicious chips, nice and simple click..

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  11. Wow feel like finishing them rite now,crispy chips tempts me a lot..

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  12. lovely click of chips..looks crispy..

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  13. Wow feel like finishing them rite now,crispy chips tempts me a lot..

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  14. Very crispy and delicious looking banana chips.
    Deepa

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  15. Wow!!! Tina, Nice snap. As onam is nearby this is a perfect post. Loved the urali.

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  16. One of my favorites. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. my fav one. irrestible. beautiful clicks

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  18. My daughters and my fav snack..luv to munch on it anytime

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  19. Wow,perfect,i love it very much!

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  20. perfect chips for sadya

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  21. Perfect...One of the best home made chips I have seen.

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  22. My all time fav tina...Wish u all a very Happy onam....Lota of Love ,wishes to sweet nia kutty...

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  23. chayakku onnum ella kazhikan athu kondu kurachu adukkunna....

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  24. wow love banana chips and you have done it so perfect ...

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  25. Perfect, crispy & tempting!!!!U made me crave for them now...:)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  26. nice clicks
    thank you for visiting my blog and following me, iam honoured. you have an amazing blog
    charishma
    http://cheriesstolenrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  27. this is my all time fav, tq for sharing the recipe:-)

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  28. such a classic and delicious snack.. looks absolutely perfect.. thanks for sharing.. awesome job.. love it :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  29. wow..banana chips super aayittundu...you made it perfectly...:)

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