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Raw banana fry – Quick Banana Fry

by maria updated October 1, 2013

Leave French fries instead try Raw Banana Fries!

Raw banana fry- Quick Banana fry from mummy to be made on a day when you wanna make something light and nutritious. This is an amazing recipe plus healthy too. My mother loves to eat a lot of bananas. I am not so fond of it but still eat for health reason.

Raw Banana Fry

Bananas usually used in south Indian Recipes they are nutritious and are rich source of sucrose, fructose and glucose combined with fiber. It contains high levels of Vitamin C, A1, B6, and B12 . You can eat Bananas in all forms fried, boiled, baked, steamed, milkshakes, ice cream and the list goes on and on. So do include bananas in your daily food ;)

Raw Banana Fry

You will find a lot of dishes made from Bananas on my blog which I have listed below. Have made Eggless Banana Papaya IcecreamEggless Banana FrittersBanana Loaf with White ChocolateLow Fat Banana Muffins and Banana Gelato Recipe etc.

Raw Banana Fry

Had made them yesterday so clicked the pics. Since this is my old post didn’t really liked the pics hence modified the recipe  and pics both. My hubby loved them had made them along with dry bombay duck curry and rice.

Raw Banana Fry

This recipe is made once a week at our place. Instead of french fries replaced with banana fries. Even if the bananas are semi ripe they taste great. Try giving to your kids, loved ones with sauce. I am sure they would love them and ask for more.

I was never fond of Bananas as my mother is fond of Bananas but I developed a certain liking towards it. I started eating Bananas because of its multiple Benefits. I have chosen a Raw Banana recipe which is easy to make and yummy too :)

Raw banana fry - Quick Banana Fry
 
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Recipe type: SideStarter, snacks, vegan
Cuisine: Indian Cuisine
Serves: 3 people
Ingredients (used american measuring cup, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 2 tbsp oil for shallow frying
  • 2 raw bananas(Raw Bananas are easily available in markets,departmental stores and local shops)
  • 1 tbsp turmeric (haldi)
  • 1 tbsp kashmiri red chili powder
  • ½ t/s cumin seed powder (optional)
  • ½ t/s black pepper powder (optional)
  • 1 lime juice Or 1 t/s vinegar
  • 2 tbsp roasted semolina
  • rock salt Or black salt as per taste
Instructions
  1. Peel off the skin of the raw bananas and dice them into length wise shape.
  2. Take 1½ cup water in a bowl and let the bananas rest for 5 mins in water.
  3. This helps in removing the sticky substance from the banana.
  4. Now wash the bananas again in running tap water and add all the above ingredients to it except oil and semolina. Marinate the bananas for fifteen mins.
  5. Now take a deep pan if deep frying and shallow pan if shallow frying.
  6. Spread roasted semolina over a dish. Roll marinated bananas over them.
  7. Cover and coat them nicely with semolina.
  8. Add oil to it, once the oil is heated than add the coated bananas.
  9. Deep fry or shallow fry them till golden brown from both sides.
  10. For diet conscious people you can also shallow fry the bananas and rest them on a tissue paper to remove the excess oil.
Notes
This is a nutritive recipe with very low sodium and zero cholesterol. Great dish for high blood pressure patients.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 3 serving Calories: 760 Fat: 30.5 g Saturated fat: 4.2 g Trans fat: 0.1 g Carbohydrates: 114.7 g Sugar: 29.7 g Sodium: 43 mg Fiber: 12.2 g Protein: 10.8 g Cholesterol: 0 mg



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sunita August 21, 2012 at 4:00 am

Ek Tha Tiger, i am planning to go but stuck with my exams, so not been able to go, maybe next week, till then hope the tiger stays for me. how was the movie. I hope its gr8 to watch Salman Bhai after a long time.

take care
sunita

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maria August 21, 2012 at 5:15 am

Sunita it’s a great movie watch out as I don’t want you to miss on the story :) all the best for your exams!

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sunita August 20, 2012 at 12:09 pm

Hi Maria

So many bananas i had and was wondering what to do, then i thought, maybe you must be having some kind of a recipe which is on a quicker version, and there i land up with this recipe, it really tastes gr8 and tasy with a hot cuppa of tea, I am enjoying it now and thought let me share with you, its raining today heavily in calcutta, so i thought it would be a great way to eat and digest, enjoying it now, yum yum yum,

thanks for the delicious recipe and take care
Sunita

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maria August 20, 2012 at 7:10 pm

Hey Sunita happy to know it’s raining heavily rains are must for adequate water :)…. great to know you had a yummy evening I too had a great evening saw Ek Tha Tiger enjoyed the movie !

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