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Monday, February 1, 2010

RAW BANANA CHIPS

Vazhaikkai chips (raw banana) is invariably made on all Iyengar marriages and festivals. This is an excellent combo with Puliyodharai. It is so simple yet tasty.


INGREDIENTS:

Raw banana - 2
Oil - 2 cups
Chips cutter
Chilli powder - as per taste
Salt - as per taste

METHOD:

De-skin the bananas and put them in a vessel of water to prevent discolouration.

Heat oil. Pat the bananas dry, use the chips cutter and slice the bananas directly into the oil. Take out when crisp or when the sizzling sound stops. Transfer it to a bowl and sprinkle salt and chilli powder. Toss the vessel till it is mixed well. Salt and chilli powder can be used according to one's taste buds.

26 comments :

  1. quick and simple crispy chip...delicious

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  2. Lovely pic and i love this chips a lot...lovely snack to have it anytime of the day

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  3. My all time fav chips....Looks perfect...

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  4. Shanthiji, chips are so tempting.. can I pick some?

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  5. Yumm, they are my favorite.

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  6. Looks Great Shanthi. I can finish the whole thing in one sitting.

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  7. I love banana chips...these look so crispy and yumm

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  8. Yummy crispy chips with pulao.

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  9. Hello Madam,

    I loved your blog and real recipes there in.
    Please keep up the good work.
    We all need traditional recipes more than anything else.

    Hemant Trivedi

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  10. wow reminds me of my patti.she used to do in the same way.we help her in slicing the bananas.Puliyodarai with banana chips wow heavenly combo!!!

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  11. Very tasty...love to have with curd rice.....

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  12. My fav!! looks so perfect and yummy!!!

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  13. chip look perfect and nice presentation

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  14. The chips look very crunchy. Ideal for evening snack. I regularly buy it from shop but from henceforth i would try following your recipe and prepare it at home.
    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  15. a great munch..but i am petrified to make these at home!!!

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  16. Looks crispy!!!really tempting!!!

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  17. Love banana chips my all time favourite..., looks great & crispy

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  18. wow shanti this chips luk realy crispy n tasty...nice recipe, i vl also sprinkle little pepper powder on thm

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  19. looks absolutely delicious!!

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  20. Looks so tempting! I agree whole heartedly with you that this is a great combo with puliyodharai!

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  21. Chips looks prefect and tempting..

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  22. my favorite...love it anytime..your have come out too good.

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