Saturday, August 28, 2010


Ripe  Bananas ( Nenthrampazham )
 - 2
Grated coconut - 2 tbsp
Sugar - 2 tbsp
Raisins - 2 tsp
Cashew nuts, chopped - 5 tsp
Ghee ( for coconut ) - 2 tsp
Oil / ghee
 ( for shallow frying ) - 2 tbsp

Steam the banana till it becomes tender. Mash it into a fine paste. Divide into six equal portions.
Heat ghee in a frying pan. Add cashew nut,  Sauté on a low heat till it turns slightly brown and fragrant. Repeat the same with raisins and keep aside. Dissolve 2 tbsp sugar in 1little water , now add coconut and saute for 2mins. Mix it with cashew nuts & raisins. Divide it into 5 portions again
Take a little of the banana paste in the palm, flatten it, stuff it with grated coconut- cashew - kismis mixture and roll into elongated shape very carefully.
Heat oil / ghee in a wide frying pan. Arrange each one gently and shallow fry on a low heat till golden color on both sides ( approximately 15 - 20 minutes ).
Fillings can be altered according to your taste. Egg can be added optionally.

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