Nov 10, 2016

Raw Banana Tawa Fry (Aritikaya chops)

Another edition of Blogging Marathon this is 70th edition. We few bloggers doing this Marathon almost from five year and we reached this mile stone. Now we become like a good family and I am very happy to be in this family. Thanks to Sri Valli for this beautiful family.
                                                                Like every month this month also we have some themes my theme for this week is Tawa fried recipe. Actually I was suppose to start my themes from first week but could't do because of health reasons. So I have started my posts from second week with tawa recipes.
                                                                When I have selected this theme the first recipe came to my mind is this tawa frided vegetables. My mother use to make this chops as a side dish with pappucharu or tomato pappu or dosakaya pappu this is the perfect combination. For today recipe I used raw banana other then this you can make this chops with potato, yam and eggplant, ridge gourd. when you are using eggplant or ridge gourd no need to boil the vegetable before you fry them on tawa
                                                      I used red chilli paste for this recipe for red chilli paste soak few dry red chillies in warm water remove from water add a table spoon water and grind in to a smooth paste. In the place of this red chilli paste you can add red chilli powder that will give a different flavor That's totallr your choice.
                                                                         


So let's check the recipe.....
INGREDIENTS:---
Raw banana ---  1 
Red chilli paste ---  1 tea sp
Ginger garlic paste -- 1 tea sp
Turmeric powder ---  1/4 tea sp
Gram flour ---   1 tab sp
Fine samolina ---  1 tab sp
Salt to taste
Oil for frying
                                                                          

METHOD:---
1. Peal and slice raw banana in to thin long pieces. Place them in a pan and cover with water, add a big pinch of salt and a pinch of turmeric powder, cover with a lid and cook till banana pieces are half cooked.
2. Drain the water and spread banana pieces on a kitchen towel to remove the extra moister.
3. Mix red chilli paste, ginger garlic paste, a pinch of turmeric powder, salt, gram flour add a tea sp of water mix well to make a paste.
4. Spread this red chilli paste on boiled banana pieces eveny
5. Roll this spiced banana pieces in fine samolina and set a side.
6. Heat a tawa and sprinkle little oil and place banana pieces on it and fry till golden.
Serve with dal and rice or you can serve this banana chops as a starter.
                                                                          



                                                                       



                                                                            



                                                                           



                                                                  

                                                                             





10 comments:

Suma Gandlur said...

Those plantain slices look crispy and tempting. Must try it sometime.

rajani said...

Your post made me realize about the five year mark of BM! Abig thanks to Valli for that :-)..I am bookmarking this recipe, I am sure my husband will love it!

Ritu Tangri said...

Bananas slices look very crispy. I can have them as snacks even😊

Kalyani said...

yummy ! I make a diff version of this tava Vazhakkai but this red chilli paste marination is a great idea ... bookmarking

Sapana Behl said...

Tawa fried banana chops looks so yummy.

Priya Suresh said...

Omg, this tawa fried raw banana is one of my favourite, i can have this chops just like snacks.

Gayathri Kumar said...

I am just drooling over the chops. Love to try this with rasam rice..

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Usha Rao said...

Those chops are tempting. These also make a nice snack as well.

Pavani N said...

Wow, what a crispy and delicious looking raw banana chops you got there Padma. They look irresistible.