Nov 15, 2008

PAZHAM PORI

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Pazham Pori is a sweet dish made with ripe plantains dipped in flour mixed with sugar. This popular snack which we can see usually in road side tea-shops (tatta kadai s)in Kerala . It is easy to prepare and it goes well with a cup of tea. Here goes with the recipe of delicious Pazham pori
Ingredients:----
1---- ripe plantain (Nendram Pazham)
1---- cup plain flour/ all- purpose flour/ Maida
½ cup--- sugar
1/4 teasp---- turmeric powder
A pinch of salt
Oil for deep frying
Peel plantains, cut is two halves, and slice each halves into four to six slices. From One plantain I got 10 pieces .
Mix flour with ½ cup water to make a smooth batter, add sugar, turmeric, and salt.
Heat oil in a pan; dip plantain slices in batter and deep fry till golden brown
( like bajjis) . Drain and serve hot with tea.


17 comments:

CurryLeaf said...

Lovely Rekha.I too love it.Its easy to prepare.

Unknown said...

Nice recipe, its like sweet version for plantain bhajji.

Unknown said...

Nice entry... kalakunga...

Lakshmi said...

pazham pori loos crisp and yumm

Srikitchen said...

just last week i saw this recipe in a tv show

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Deepthi Shankar said...

delicious .. looks like u love sweets

Priya Suresh said...

Lovely entry Rekha...who will say no to this pazhampori...i had them long back..

Unknown said...

nice pazham pori...i had it in kumarakkom in kerela

Jaishree Iyer said...

pazham pori looks yum.Nice entry Rekha.

Padmajha said...

i had these when we went to cochin many years back..ur post brought back some happy memories...

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Bhawana said...

sounds delicious recipe. very tempting looks.

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Sagari said...

looks very good rekha

Recipeswap said...

Lovely pori

Medhaa said...

this is like banana bajji, i love it