Introduction: Shallow-fried Raw Banana Fritters

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The shallow fried banana fritters is an easy to make snack food in a very short time. When unexpected guests visit your home, you can make this tasty fritters quickly and serve with coffee or tea

Please see the instruction below on how to make them

Step 1: Peel Off the Skin

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  • Take about 4 or 5 raw bananas and cut off the ends
  • Peel off the outer green skin using a vegetable peeler

Step 2: Cut Banana

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  • In a vessel mix about 100 ml of curd (Yogurt) with about 500 ml of water
  • Cut the peeled bananas longitudinally into thin pieces as shown
  • Immediately put the cut pieces in curd water to prevent discoloration

Step 3: Ingredients

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Take the following ingredients in a small plate

  • About 1-1/2 teaspoons of Red chili powder
  • One teaspoon of Fennel seed powder
  • Half a teaspoon of Asafoetida
  • About 1/4th teaspoon of Turmeric powder
  • Salt to taste

Lemon Juice

  • Cut one lemon in half and extract the juice

Step 4: Mix Ingredients

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  • Take out the cut banana pieces from curd water and place in another bowl
  • Add all the dry spice powders and lemon juice to the banana pieces
  • Mix well so that all cut banana pieces are covered in spices all around uniformly

Step 5: Shallow Fry

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  • Heat a flat frying pan over medium flame and add about two tablespoons of cooking oil
  • When the oil is heated, add the spiced banana pieces one by one to the pan
  • Turn the pieces over from time to time so that both sides are fried properly
  • Once the banana pieces are properly done, take out the fritters from the pan
  • Drain out excess oil and serve hot

This shallow fried Banana fritters can be used as evening snack with coffee or tea

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