by The brunchbox
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A great way to utilize over ripe and blackened bananas. Its tasty, healthy and a good snack or even complete meal for this rainy evenings.
- In a heavy bottomed pan add the banana paste and to it add the jaggery which has been grated. Also add one cup of water.
- Let this mixture cook for a while and keep stirring so that it does not stick to bottom of pan and also burn.
- Add a pinch of cardamom powder to this mixture and mix well.
- In the meantime sieve together wheat flour and rice flour along with a pinch of salt.
- Now as the mixture of bananas , jaggery comes to a boil turn off the flame and add the rice flour and wheat flour and keep stirring.
- Now again put on the flame and let it cook for a while and remove from the flame.
- Cool and then knead it into a dough using a little oil if required.
- Now make small balls and roll out like puris and fry in oil.
- Serve hot with coconut chutney.
This recipe was contributed by The brunchbox on 18 Jun 2013A foodie by birth.. and being a fussy eater made me experiment with flavours. Cooking for is a great...
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