Thursday, April 12, 2012

Pazha Bajji / Pazham Pori Vada / Banana Fritters

Pazham Pori Vada is a famous sweety(!) snack from the neighbouring state Kerala. Our city(Coimbatore) being so close to Palakad, I didn't feel its another street. :) In fact, my work place was almost in the border of Kerala! So is this snack...in each corner of the streets in our neighbourhood you will find the small road side shops where they make hot n delicious bajji's!

Back home, I have tasted this Pazha bajji many times, but this is the first time am trying it at home. While checking for Jack fruit in a Mexican shop, we found these ripened nenthiram pazham, hence here I am with the quick n yummy evening snack on a Vishu day! :)

Ingredients
Banana [Nenthiram pazham]-1
All purpose flour / Maida - 3/4cup
Rice flour - 1 tablespoon
Baking soda- a pinch
Salt- a pinch
Yellow food colour- few drops
Sugar- 2tablespoons [adjust according to the sweetness of the banana, I had to add 1/4 cup as the fruit was not so sweet]
Water
Oil

Method
Combine the flours, baking soda,salt,sugar and food colour in a bowl. Add water little by little and make a thick batter.Keep aside for 10 minutes.
Peel the banana, slice it into thick stripes.
Heat oil on medium heat. Dip the banana slices in the batter, and deep fry them..
Take the fritters once they turn golden in colour, strain the extra oil in a paper towel..
Hot n yummy banana fritters are ready to serve...serve warm with a cup of hot chai n enjoy! :)

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Wishing Everyone A Very Happy TAMIL NEW YEAR!
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17 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Mahi & Mr. Mahi.

    Pudhu year post with 'pazham' pori vada. ;)

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  2. HAIYA!! LUCKY ME! GOT DA NW YR VADA!!

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  3. Perfect pazham poris Mahi. Looks yum!

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  4. Hello Mahi, fritters are just fabulous.Want to grab one from the screen.

    foodydelight.com

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  5. Happy tamil new year to you and your family...
    Nice fritters to go with tea time

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. New year wishes to you n family too ...love this ...looks fab

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  7. That looks so delicious, would love to have a bite! Happy Tamil new year to you!

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  8. Tamil Putthandu Vazhtukkal Mahi...
    Pazham pori looks so tempting and perfectly made....

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  9. Happy tamil new year..pazham pori luks delish.

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  10. my favourite.. i can have pazham pori any time of the day.. yum!

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  11. Iniya puthaandu nalvaazhuthukkal! No sweets were made at our house today. Everyone was too tired and when I came back home I fell asleep and just woke up again. The bajjis look very crispy and inviting!

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  12. Hi!enakku pididha pazham pori.Super.

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  13. happy Tamil New year..pazham pori is one of my fav childhood snack..looks perfect n yum :)

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  14. I have had this for dessert at a Kerala restaurant here. They served it with ice cream. Have a try with vanilla ice cream. It was different.

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  15. Un bocado delicioso me encantaría tener uno ahora ya estupendos,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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