Thursday, April 19, 2012


We tasted this in Guruvayoor , we liked this. We don't use maida in home, but this recipe called for it so i have to. I borrowed camera form my friend. Thanks to her. I was not so happy to use maida but it was tasty.


Nenthram Pazham  - 1

Maida  1 cup

Sugar - 1/4 cup

yellow colour - one pinch

salt - one pinch

oil for frying


Mix all the ingredients and make like a paste.

Dip the banana pieces and fry it in oil.

I also made mango bajji also.

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Photo for Nenthram pazham.

This entry is taking part in Nupur's Kid delight started by Valli


Chef Mireille

looks like a nice, sweet treat!!

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi

too good! My husband keeps thinking of it as he has some very good memories about these.. I should make sometime!


I banana bhajji is new to me. I never tasty it. Looks yummy though

vaishali sabnani

lovely fritters...simple but delicious.

Priya dharshini

bhaji luks super yum..never tried with maida


Super delicious fritters,havent had since a long..

Suma Gandlur

Though I never had sweet fritters, it sounds interesting. Must be an yummy one for kids.

Archana Vivek

I usually love this. I don't gete this banana here..


nice one n easy to make..


have heard of it & read about it but have never tasted it!

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The Pumpkin Farm

banna fritters,,look pretty apetizing


The first time I had this was as a kid on a trip to Kerala.They call it Palzham pori.IT was yum.Your post reminds me of that trip and the fun we had.Looks yum


When the dish is deep fried, its hardly healthy, though very tasty! So I dont think you should bother too much about using Maida :)


This is fantastic vidhya, I had it too the tastier Vazhakkappam

Preeti Garg

awesome and tempting

vaishali sabnani

that's so cute!..fritters r interesting!

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