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Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry | Vazhakkai Curry

Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry | Vazhakkai Curry

Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry Vazhakkai Curry

Plantain shallow/ tawa fry or yam shallow fry are some of my favorite side dish cause it's very easy and quick to prepare and taste just too good.  Whenever I get plantain I make the plantain stir fry (kacche kele ki sabzi) or this shallow fry than any thing else. 

Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry Vazhakkai Curry

This recipe is very simple but if you can few variations of your choice or preference or depending on this going to be your for any dal/sambar/rasam or rice variety.  But whenever you make this be sure to make little extra as it will disappear very soon.

Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry Vazhakkai Curry

Plantain Shallow Fry | Vazhakkai Curry

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Serving : 2-3 Persons

Ingredients:

Plantain/Raw Banana/Kaccha Kela - 1
Oil/Tel - 1 tbsp
Cumin Seeds/Jeera - 1/2 tsp

Mustard Seeds/Rai - 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli Powder - 1 tspCoriander Seeds Powder/Dhaniya - 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder/Haldi - 1/2 tsp
Salt/Namek - To Taste (or 1/2 tsp)

Plantain (Raw Banana) Shallow Fry Vazhakkai Curry

Method:

1. Peel, wash and cut the plantain in thin slices.
2. In a pan heat oil add cumin, mustard seeds and allow to splutter.
3. Add plantain (raw banana) pieces and saute for 2 minutes. Add chilli, coriander, tumeric powder, salt and mix well.
4. Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes or until banana gets cooked fully, keep stirring in intervals.
OR
~ In a pan or tawa heat little oil and place plantain pieces, don't overlap. Cook in slow or medium flame for 3-4 minutes, Flip other side of plantain pieces and sprinkle little oil on top of them, cooking again in slow flame for 3-4 minutes or until golden brown.

Serve warm with dal/sambar/rasam or any variety rice and relish.



Variations ~
Have a nice day ~~


57 comments:

  1. i make yam fry in tawa, never tried raw banans. looks yummy and my fav. too

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  2. nice fry,luks fantastic...Perfect with sambar and rasam.

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  3. this looks lovely and too delicious. One of my favorite with rice and dal.

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  4. All I need is piping hot rice now to finish off them those yummy fries

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  5. i love this one, i usually do this when i have very less time for cooking,looks so yummy priti...

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  6. Love this yummy fry, looks yumm!

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  7. Simple yet delicious accompaniment for all dishes

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  8. wow. so simple yaar. I am going to try it soon. I will use sambar pwd.. will let u know..

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  9. W make it but a diff way... lovely recipe :)

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  10. Looks very crisp..Mouthwatering.

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  11. looks crispy..one banana is left here so am making tomorrow..:)

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  12. delicious fry ...looks so yummy ...my all time favorite

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  13. Never tried shallow frying raw banana.. Looks delicious..

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  14. Lovely fries.The last click is making me drool...

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  15. luks deliciuous and very crispy too

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  16. Thats a simple and delicious recipe.

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  17. Nice one , simple and easy i like it.

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  18. Simple and delicious, love it !

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  19. Looks delicious..never tried fried banana..must try this..nice one dear

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  20. That is simply amazing looking, I will surely try.

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  21. mouthwatering pics..looks amzingly delicious...never cooked with raw plantains..must try!

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  22. Simple and yummy dear, I did the similar way too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  23. Nice recipe..will try it soon

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  24. Nice and crispy plantain fry.Looks delicious.

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  25. Lovely fry...perfect with sambar rice.

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  26. I make this with sambhar powder, thought of blogging it for a while now too ;)

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  27. that looks simple enough, will try it soon

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  28. I love plantain chips. Yours look delicious. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your comments.

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  29. I love plantain chips. Yours look delicious. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your comments.

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  30. plantain chips, deep fried or shallow fried..I love them :-)
    Hope you are doing great Priti :-)

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  31. no need to say so delicious.. what a good fry with plantain really yumm

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  32. love them anytime, all the time ;-)

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  33. Looks so crispy and mouthwatering. Nice recipe. YUM!

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  34. wow i love these, i think it resembles phodis which is a konkani snack. Did u cut it a bit thicker than the usual chips?

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  35. Mmmm..... lovely :) i love fried food :) Want to have a bite ;)

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  36. v simple and yet delicious.. will try out.. when i m around in India...

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  37. Nice fry,different to what we do.Will try ur version

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  38. Thank U ladies :)

    @Roopa ..yes a little thick than the chips ..if it's too thin then it become chewy very fast ...

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  39. Simple and yummy one, looks delicious.

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  40. Hi Priti..this dish is soooooooo nice.......first time to ur blog...u have a lovely space...keep going....have a pleasant day!!!

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  41. This is a lovely dish. Looks nice and delicious.

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  42. Love plantains so i m sure i m gonna these fries as well..delicious!

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  43. I will not be able to resist plantain chips/fry ..loaded with all the spices..delicious :-).
    hugs and smiles

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  44. Delicious crisp plantain chips..your shallow fry method is so nice.... yummy recipe!

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