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Sweet Banana fry – Visual recipe


  • Kerala Banana (nentran vazha -the variety used to make banana chips)
  • Sugar (as per taste)
  • Ghee

Step 1: Cut the banana into round pieces. Semi ripe bananas are preferable for this dish.


Step 2: Add the cut pieces into a frying pan.

Step 2

Step 3: Add desired quantity of sugar and keep the flame in low. (if the banana is semi ripe you can add very little water before adding sugar and cook it for a minute or two to make it tender)

Step 3

Step 4: Stir fry in low flame. Add ghee as per the banana quantity and your diet control.

Step 4

Step 5: Stir fry it till it cooks well and thickens. Make sure it does not get burned.

Step 5

Step 6: Your delicious sweet banana fry is ready.

Step 6

It is really yummy !!!! Enjoy the dish. Its quick to make delicious dish!

– Article by Lakshmi Rajan. He is the Chief Blogger-Editor of GingerChai. To read other articles of Lakshmi Rajan, Click HERE.

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0 25 May, 2010 Food Recipe May 25, 2010

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He is the lead man of GingerChai and plays the multi role of chief author, editor, business development and also of a chaiwala! (Tea maker!) He is the master brewer at Ginger Chai.

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  1. Deeps

    Nenthrapazham pori(Banana fry) is my favorite…something that I can gorge on forever if given a chance 😀

    The banana fry you’ve made looks really yum….drooling!

  2. Sir Pumpkin Longshanks

    Looks like a great pre run meal… only I would need to consume it a good one day before my actual run..

  3. Mani padma

    Hey its cool. Cool in the sense that it is very easy and simple. I think i will let my hubby read this and prepare them . In fact sammy can also do it, isn’t it Rajan? 🙂

  4. Shrinath Vashishtha

    It’s been quite some time after which I have visited your blog today, Mr. Rajan, and let me tell you that you’ve done a world of good transformation to your blog in terms of layout, template and the superb frequency of posting, as well.

    Well, congratulations on the great work and thanks for the good recipe for the mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mouth-wateringly delicious banana-fry..! 🙂

    I also love the splendidly crispy banana chips, a speciality from Kerala, amply available at Port Blair, too. 🙂

  5. nalini hebbar

    Some people fry the slices to deep golden and put them in sugar syrup…but this one is healthy, I guess.
    the one in batter is called Pazam pori…oily but love it….Purba says Bengalies do that too…amazing how similar Keralites and Bengalies are…from rice to fish to fried bananas to communism to strikes to hair and features to height.

    1. Post author
      Lakshmi Rajan

      Oh that’s an interesting variant of sweet banana fry 🙂 Will try it some time! Next week will publish the batter fried banana dish 🙂

      That’s the charm of Indian culture isn’t it ? There is an undercurrent that bonds different varied cultures spread across 🙂

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