Preparation time:10 mins
Cooking time: 1\2 to 1 hrs
Recipe Category: sweet
Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
source:slightly adapted from here
Raw nendram banana-2
Turmeric powder-1\2 tsp
Dry ginger powder-1 tsp
cumin/jeera powder-1\2 tsp
Rice flour-1 tsp
1.Peel the skin of the banana,chop them in semi circle of 1\2 inch thickness and drop them in water mixed with turmeric powder.
2.Heat oil in a pan and fry this banana piece till crispy(it may take around 10-15 mins) then drain them in kitchen tissue to remove excess oil.
3.In a thick bottom pan melt jaggery,when melted filter to remove impurities.Then keep again and heat till it reaches soft ball consistency.Add the dried ginger powder and jeera powder.
4.Then drop the fried banana pieces and mix till it coats well.you can add some rice flour too.Switch off.
Transfer to a wide plate and allow to cool.your sarkara upperi is ready to be served/eat.
Happy Onam to all who celebrate it.
1.Frying the banana is very important.it should be crispy
yummy recipe....wish i could have some!!!ReplyDelete
hey babi.. in fact this is forcing me to try this recipe too :D i have also seen so many bloggers trying fry banana recipes :D i ll do that and share with you lovelies ;)ReplyDelete
Delicious and love this taste..ReplyDelete
That looks delicious babitha .ReplyDelete
Looks delicious and tasty ........ Lovely!!ReplyDelete
looks very delicious sis..feel like having it...i'll try to make this...ReplyDelete
Whoa! That looks so tempting! Onam sadya dishes are my favorites especially the sweets and payasams! I am so excited to try authentic dishes for Onam in Kerala! Cheers!ReplyDelete