2 Kerala banana cut into thin slices
1 cup maida -plain flour
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp kalongi – karinjeerakam
1/4 tsp salt
water for mixing
oil for frying
Cut the banana into thin slices. Mix the rest of the ingredients into a thick paste. Dip the banana slices into the maida mixture and deep fry.
Another post which goes for the Ramadan Event.
Ramadan Day 3
Day 3 i kept on thinking what should i cook because as my daughter was not fasting i didnt get any input form her! i just hate to think and think what to cook. At last i ended up on the banana as usual and some bread pakoras along with Malabar chicken curry and pathiris.
Sometimes i just wonder how people back in calicutat dads and moms home used to cook so many things during Ramadan. All day they would be reading the Quran and by 3 pm everyone will be in this kitchen making something or the other. Well those are the joys of a joint family! Every time i go there its a totally different world and i find it very difficult to come out of it especially when we have lots of same age cousins and have a lot to catch up!
This is yet another Malabar speciality. During Ramadan there will be at least one banana snack item everyday. And I’m just used to having it here also so cant pass a day without a banana! Thank god we get the same banana here is Singapore other wise i would have been lost during Ramadan!
When i made this yesterday my hubby as usual was saying wow! i haven’t seen this since last Ramadan! (he says this when ever he sees any Malabar snack item!)
For this recipe you’ll need
2 ripe kerala bananas cut in small cubes
2 large eggs
1/2 cup milk
10 cashew nuts crushed
sugar to taste (i used around 3 tbsps)
2 tsp oil
Heat oil in a non stick sauce pan and add the bananas. Fry it till brown.
Beat eggs, milk, sugar, cashew nuts together and pour in to the banana.
Mix well and close the sauce pan.
Make sure the bottom doesnt get burned. I use a very thin metal plate to keep on top of the stove and keep the pan on it so that the things inside wont get burned.
Cook for around 10mts open and see whether its done. Serve hot!
Another joyous Ramadan is here. I’m still in the hangover from my India trip and im thanking Allah that Ramadan is here now i have no excuse to stay away from the kitchen!
My over joyed hubby was commenting yesterday now i will get to see all the ‘once a year foods’ a.k.a. the recipes i make only during ramadan! Ofcourse he always forget about those recipes when i make during the other months!
Kids and Ramadan
This Ramadan is very special for us because we are going to make our daughter fast for the first time Yes with lots of goodies promised! We decided to make her fast after her lunch, 1pm onwards till magrib. So that she can enjoy Iftaar with us.
Today we got up at 5:15 am for sehri. usually my sehri si simple gheerice or neychor with chicken or any non veg curry. this time i changes it with plain rice, sambar, fish fry, papadam, achar and bindi fry.
For Iftaar today is my daughters favorite chicken badam milk shake, samosa, unnakaya or vayakkada, chicken curry and triangle pathiri.
Check out my upcoming posts for the recipes.
Here are the recipes thats coming up in my blog.. A long break after of a vacation and a fracture i guess im back into the blogging business!!!!! LOL!!! i missed a lot of exciting events.. and im here to make up for all the things i missed!!!