Friday, April 29, 2011

Pazham Pori/Plantain Fritters



Ripe Plantain- 1 no
All Purpose Flour/ Maida- 1/2 cup
Turmeric powder- 1/4 tsp
Salt- 1/4 tsp
Sugar- 3 tsp(adjust acc. to sweetness of plantain)
Oil to deep fry

Method Of Preparation:
1. Cut the plantain into equal sized thin long pieces.I had cut them to half first and then to thin pieces.
2. Mix APF, turmeric powder,salt,sugar using water to a medium thick paste to dip the plantain.
3. Heat oil in a wok. Dip each plantain pieces into the prepared batter and slide them into the hot oil.
4. Fry both the sides into golden colour, strain them and keep on paper towel.
5. Serve warm.


35 comments:

  1. Looks superb and easy, we usually do it in besan batter instead of maida. Have to try this one too :)

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  2. I know my hubby will love thus one- looks so very perfect n delicious!
    US Masalai

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  3. looks tempting.. gr8 evening sncaks..

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  4. This is totally new to me..looks yummy!

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  5. Fantastic fritters..feel like having some..

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  6. Yummy fritters.Its taking me down the memory lane.

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  7. a regular snack at my in laws...love to eat it.

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  8. I didn't tasted sweet fritters before..Nice recipe :) thanks for sharing... :)

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  9. Pazham pori adipoli. ente favorite. I add a 2 tablespoon of rice powder to make it crisp.

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  10. Adipoli pazham pori,perfect tea time snack.

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  11. hey reshmi,
    This is one of my fav snack mom makes and kids love them too crispy outside and soft and juicy inside...yummm....

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  12. ohh...I m first today..! fritters sounds absolutely tasty..I want to eat them now..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  13. Came to grab all those fritters! :D

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  14. Pazham poris look so tempting...Love this any time Reshmi...these Pazham poris have taken me to my hostel days...used to have Pazham Poris regularly at hostel in the evening with Chaya...

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  15. azham pori looks irresistable...........

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  16. looks tempting and new recipe to me ......

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  17. I love this! Haven't tried it yet! :P

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  18. Looks superb..perfect snack..glad to follow u :)

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  19. This is my favourite! Looks very tempting!

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  20. This is a very famous dish of Brazil too.

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  21. Aha, nothing like the Bananna fritters

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  22. Tempting fritters Reshmi!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. Look so good ... I'd love to have one of these :)

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  24. Yummy and crispy plantain fritters.Love it with some hot sauce.

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  25. this is new for me...looks yummy!

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  26. love this any time..looks so yummy!!

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  27. Hmm.. love this anytime of the day.

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  28. my fav! i never miss an chance to eat then specially in train!

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  29. we love this snack at home.. cannot get enough :)

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