Fried Banana with Sesame Seeds and Grated Coconut

How about enjoying something completely different varieties of sweet dish other than regular Diwali sweets.  It is completely healthy, stomach filling sweet dish that can simply liven up your taste buds. Today I am delighted to share Fried Banana recipe in Plantain. 

Making Fried banana takes only three steps 1) make batter to dip 2) simply peel and slice the banana into horizontal pieces 3) dip and deep fry. Let them cool for several minutes before serving, it will turn extremely crispy you can literally hear the sound of it. I bet it will be favorite snack for your family members of all ages and perfect party food.


Ingredients:

Plantain |Banana  – 1no.
Oil for frying

For Batter 

Rice Flour – ½ cup
Sugar – ¼ cup
Baking Powder – ½ tsp
Salt – 1 tsp
Grated Coconut – 3 tbsp
Toasted Sesame seeds – 2tbsp
1/3 cup water


Method:

Step 01) Take mixing bowl, add rice flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, grated coconut, toasted sesame seeds mix well with spoon and add water and stir until nicely combined batter. Consistency should be medium not too much watery or solid.


Step 02) Chop the top and bottom portion of banana. Peel and slice into 4 pieces and cut them horizontally into 3 pieces


Step 03) Heat a pan with oil. Dip the banana pieces into the batter and fry for about 4 minutes or until they turn to golden color. Transfer fried banana to paper towel to drain the excess oil.


Serving Tip:  
Let the fried banana cool for several minutes before serving, this enhances more crispiness. 




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6 comments:

  1. Banana, coconut and sesame seeds, nice combination, would love to taste this..

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    1. Thank you Hema! Whole plate is yours:)

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  2. These look so crispy and nice. Absolutely yummy share, Madhu!: )

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  3. Loved the combo and they look delicious and so crispy :)

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