Malabar Special Pazham Cake

Malabar Special Pazham Cake/Kaypola


Ingredients
  • 1 ripe plantain (Nenthrapazham), chopped
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tbs sugar
  • 1 tbs ghee or clarified butter
  • few nuts and raisins
  • cardamom powder, a pinch
Directions


Heat ghee in a pan and add chopped plantains, fry till golden brown. Set aside. Beat egg and sugar till creamy. To this add few nuts, raisins,cardamom powder and fried plantains. Bake in a 350 degree preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until a tooth pick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean.Garnish with ghee fried nuts and raisins.

Comments

  1. That sure is lovely, i have so many ripe bananas at home, going to try this flourless one. I am sure Ener-g will work instead of sugar, will try out and let you know.

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  2. Adipoli Vrinda...This is new to me..Sounds easy and looks amazingly yummy...

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  3. wow vrinda.. yummy fruit cake..!;)

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  4. Yummilicious cake...X'mas special aano Vrinda? Got to try this one soon..Hope you had a wonderful X'mas :-)

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  5. Wow thats lovely vrinda yummy and need not waste ripen banana anymore and this is sure different one.

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  6. Bhayangara colourful analloooo....

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  7. yummy and a beautiful looking cake..

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  8. Mmmmmmm. A delicious cake.

    Chitchat

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  9. Dear Vrinda
    Just awesome and so simple to make! I wish sone day I make this!!!
    Wish you and family a very happy new year

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  10. this sounds so good. and looks awesome...it doesn't require flour at all?

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  11. Oh, yes! This does sound very good indeed! I'm going to save this for our allergic-to-everything kid (will have to sub out the egg as she's allergic to eggs) but this looks beautiful, tempting, and healthy! Thank you for this post!!

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  12. hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....

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  13. This looks really good a cake with out flour???
    I will surely try it.

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  14. nice tempting recipe..please do check this link : http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.com/2009/12/christmas-party-09-at-easy2cookrecipes.html

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  15. Woww... looks yummyy... lovely clicks!!

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  16. This is totally new to me...cake with only plantain n no flour...nice click.

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  17. Very different cake. Looks superb... definitely have to try Vrinda.

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  18. As usual amazing click..Cant beleive a cake cud be made flourless..Looks yumm

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  19. looks tempting:) and a beautiful click:)

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  20. Dear Vrinda, I've heard so much about this Malabar Pazham cake. It looks awesome and delish. U made it look so festive. This is a must try cake on my list as I've never tried making this. Wishing you, Mahesh and Akku a Very happy , healthy and Prosperous New Year.

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  21. Adipoli pazham cake..kandittu Kothi varunne...:)Very colourfull !!

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  22. looks so tempting..and ur picture is just sooo beautiful

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  23. Colorful cake....looks inviting.

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  24. Droolworthy pazham cake, looks yummm!!

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  25. Lovely cake with just a few ingredients, looks so good Vrinda, thanks for sharing this yummy cake :)

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  26. This looks so delicious! And so pretty! Happy new Year!

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  27. this is also called as kayipola
    it can be made in cooker without putting the weight on it

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  28. nice presentation !!! great recipe..

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  29. This cake looks absolutely lovely! I really love this quick and easy recipe, thanks for sharing, Vrinda!

    Just wanted to thank you for letting me know that you'll participate in my giveaway, can't wait to see what you'll come up with:)

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  30. Malabar cake looks yummy! New to me and healthy also.

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  31. Something very different and new! Looks yummy!

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  32. thanx Shabana for visiting my blog...Yes ,it can be done by steaming also,i forgot to mention that in the recipe...will add

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  33. New to me, looks to good....

    Wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous New Year Vrinda:)

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  34. very different and healthy recipe.... and looks yummy too

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  35. Wow,cakes looks rich & delicious.Wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous New Year dear:)

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  36. I love plantains! That looks delicious.

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  37. Sounds interesting! Wishing you and your family a very Happy 2010!

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