Thai Fried Bananas









Thai   Fried   Bananas








Ingredients
  • 3 tbs butter
  • 4 large slightly under ripe bananas
  • 1 tbs shredded  toasted coconut
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice



Directions



Heat the butter in a large frying pan or wok and fry the bananas for 1 to 2 minutes on each side or until slightly
golden in color. Sprinkle the sugar into the pan with the bananas, add the lime juice and cook, stirring until dissolved. Sprinkle the toasted coconut over the bananas, decorate with lime slices and serve with creamy yogurt


Comments

  1. Thats the simplest and yummiest looking snack i have ever seen..

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  2. Oh...is this a non dressed pazham pori(aethakya appam)?

    Loved the new style and the way of preparing. hey one question.

    Are the experiment rats your husband and child or you first experiment them on you. ;) just kidding

    Seems a new and interesting recipe.

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  3. They look very delectable....very yummy!!!!

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  4. The bananas are really cute and um... Thailicious! This is what I want for a rainy day!

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  5. I want to have them looks so so sweetie delicous.

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  6. they look adorable.. simple and tasty.. lovely presentation

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  7. that's really yummy and quick snack for my son:-) Very different...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. Wow this looks incredible and delicious! Wonderful idea!

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  9. Simply and delicious..very very cute click..

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  10. This picture is making me go nuts for bananas..

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  11. Bananas.. My favorite...anytime..

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  12. Simple and superb Vrinda..

    B/W did you use the regular banana or ripe plantains??

    Love
    Suji

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  13. Ohh..pic kandittu vayil vellam neranju.simple and yummmyy!

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  14. Vrinda, banana looks delicious and lovely clicks

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  15. looks so yum..love this sweet version

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  16. i recently tasted this in a restaurent in bali, indonesia.They served this with vannila sauce.
    looks nice

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  17. Looks like a tempting dessert. Would love to have it with a scoop of icecream!

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  18. Vrinda,

    Fried banana looks really yummy. Nice one with ice cream.

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  19. fried babana looks so tempting ...very new to me ,i am sure its tastes awesome


    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  20. ...will try this with plantains!!!

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  21. Looks yummy,perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream:).

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  22. The yummiest looking snack..looks so tempting

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  23. I love this...Though I make this quite often didn't know that it's a thai dish :-)

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  24. Wow!yummy and delicious bananas.

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  25. wow thats a very deliicous banana fry they serve icecream with this one.. so tasty good one

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  26. Super tempting fried bananas, looks delicious..

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  27. I too make this vrinda .. perfect with vanilla icecream or the custard....simply drooling seeing ur picture..

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  28. never would have thought of frying the banana..looks divine..feel like grabbing it...mmm...

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  29. Delicious fried bananas,would taste good with vanilla icecream !

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  30. What a scrumptious way to make bananas Vrinda! Such a treat!

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  31. Ah, the famous dessert!! Looks golden and fab!!

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  32. I love this dessert, that too with some ice-cream tops! ;)

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  33. that look sreal good vrinda. and bet it tasted heavenly!

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  34. i love this..looks so perfect and yummy!!!

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  35. Looks lovely. Nice colors. Interesting recipe...

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  36. Yum Yum!! Am drooling over your pictures..

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  37. Wow, I've never tried anything like this! Thank you for sharing it!

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  38. These look delicious!! I think my family would love them!

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  39. I love this recipe! I am so glad I found your blog. I travel to India often and I have friends from there who come to the US to visit. This fall when they come, I am going to cook up some of your recipes for them. Thanks!

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