48 raw banana recipes
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20 Aug 13
Avial ( South Indian Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Avial is a dish that originated in kerala, but gained an equal fanfare in tamilnadu as well. Rare is the wedding or festive menu that does not include avial! the key to making excellent avial is to pay equal attention to the visual appeal – vegetables with contrasting colours such as carrot, beans, ....
27 Sep 14
Banana Pepper Wafers by Tarla Dalal
Crisp and flavourful Banana Pepper Wafers taste best when made the traditional way! Here, salt is added to the oil to ensure even coating on all the wafers. But, take care to reduce the flame and then add the salt-water mixture. Move away as soon as you add it, since the oil might splutter. Likewise ....
20 Aug 10
Banana Pepper Wafers ( Microwave Snacks Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Raw banana wafers flavoured with crushed pepper are simply delicious. To get crisp wafers you have to slice the raw banana very thin. You may add a mixture of chaat masala and red chilli powder to make masala banana wafers.
21 Nov 07
Kacche Kele ki Errisery by Tarla Dalal
Go south with Errisery! This variation of the popular south Indian dry vegetable dish uses raw bananas whose bland taste accentuates the spiciness of the tadka.
23 Nov 14
Kachhe Kele ke Kofte by Tarla Dalal
The Mughlas made use of every ingredient in their cooking and in the most unusual ways. This dish as the name suggests uses phal or fruit to make the kofta. Raw banana is combined with a few basic spices and deep-fried to make wonderfully tasty kofta. These are eaten with an equally unusual gravy ....
28 Mar 16
Oondhiya, Undhiyu, Gujarati Undhiyu Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Oondhiya is a classic Gujarati
preparation of vegetables and fenugreek dumplings cooked in an aromatic blend of spices. A traditional recipe that is very popular in surat, the original version requires hours on end! Here, we have presented a faster version using ....
16 Jul 12
Panchras Dal by Tarla Dalal
An ideal recipe for a traditional celebration at home. Toovar dal is pressure-cooked and blended with an assortment of vegetables: carrots, pumpkin, raw banana and brinjal and simmered with masalas, till every ingredient blends with another for a flavorful meal.
This dal goes well with
16 May 13
Plantain Errisery by Tarla Dalal
Plantains (bananas) are one of the most commonly grown vegetables along the coast. This dish is very easy to make and is a wonderful accompaniment to steamed rice and dal.
20 Aug 13
Plantain Errisery ( How To Make Plantain Errisery ) by Tarla Dalal
The plantain (banana) is one of the most commonly grown vegetables along the coastal and richly-irrigated regions of india. This dish, made using the plantain, is very easy to make and is a wonderful accompaniment to steamed rice and dal.
21 Nov 07
Samosa Kadhi Chaat ( Jain Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Hot samosas topped with an innovative coconut kadhi, khajur imli ki chutney and green chutney. This spicy chaat is an any-timer, perfect for rainy evenings as well as hot summer afternoons.
16 May 13
South Style Mixed Veg Curry by Tarla Dalal
cuisine generally uses a lot of coconut. However, it is used in a balanced way with the required amount of spices, tamarind, etc.
In this delicious South Style Mixed Veg Curry, a colourful assortment of veggies is cooked with a richly-text ....
21 Nov 07
Vegetable Cup Cakes with Coconut Sauce by Tarla Dalal
A wholesome combination of rice and veggies spiked up with sesame and other spices, this is actually a meal by itself when served with coconut sauce. By baking it in cupcake moulds lined with tomato and capsicum slices, the visual appeal is greatly enhanced and it also becomes easy to serve, making ....
18 Oct 14
50 Mirchi 50 Meetha by Jees
This is made out of rice flour , urad dal, with little spicy and little sweet.in Tamil.
09 Nov 01
Alloo-kela Cutlet by gondela
Aloo-kela cutlet is a lip smacking farali recipe wit cutlets made from boiled potatoes and raw bananas or kela. This kela and aloo mixture is mashed and then seasoned with rock salt, pepper and chillies and then shallow fried.
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