Kerala Banana Chips - Kerala Sadya Special


Wish You All  Malayalees a Happy and Prosperous Vishu
/ Hrudayam Niranja Vishu Asamsakal







Banana Chips/Plantain Chips



Ingredients
  •   2 Raw Plantains/Banana
  •   Oil for frying
  • salt, as needed



Directions

   Heat the oil in a frying pan to about 375 degree F. Peel of the skin from the banana and slice it directly into
the oil using a vegetable slicer. Stir to prevent the chips from sticking each other. Remove from oil when the color turns to light yellow, and keep on a cooling rack or kitchen towel. It is important to remove from the oil when the color turns as the chips will continue to cook and will turn bright yellow after by the time it is cooled down. Sprinkle salt if required.








15 Comments:

Sharmilee! :) said...

All time fav to munch on...looks very tempting...Happy vishu to u n ur family!!

Torviewtoronto said...

we enjoy these snacks looks fabulous

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Banana looks great and tasty. If I had some would have started munching on it.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Vrinda, hope you are doing good and had a great vishu. The banana chips looks awesome.

divya said...

Wish I could grab those chips. Looks tempting and delicious

Suman Singh said...

Wow, looks so crispy and delicious.

Nitha said...

hmm.. crispy ones.. athinte aduthulla appam is also yummy...

Priya said...

Yumm,feel like munching some..

Sathya Sankar said...

Chips look so crunchy and tempting!

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Padma said...

Happy vishu to you and your family Vrinda. Delicious chips.

Rebecca from Chow and Chatter said...

love these chips

Yummy Team said...

Upperi kandittu kothiyakunne..Happy Vishu to you and your family, Vrinda..

JishasKitchen said...

Wishing you a happy vishu....chips looks so perfect and very delicious!!!..ethakka chips kazhichittu kure kaalam aayi....:(

Kairali sisters said...

Hope you had a great Vishu, kothy ayye..

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