Kerala plantain chips | How to make Kerala plantain chips

By Shri Kripa  |  14th Sep 2016  |  
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  • Kerala plantain chips, How to make Kerala plantain chips
Kerala plantain chipsby Shri Kripa
  • Prep Time

    10

    mins
  • Cook Time

    60

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  • Serves

    5

    People

57

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About Kerala plantain chips Recipe

A person who can resist chips, let alone not like them, is unheard of. Nendra is a variety of banana, which is very popular in Kerala and our coastal region. We usually use this in various snack preparations. Raw banana chips are very popular in South India and it’s usually served as a savoury side dish in a traditional meal or just as munchies. This is very addictive and has a distinct flavour due to usage of coconut oil for frying.

Kerala plantain chips, a deliciously finger licking recipe to treat your family and friends. This recipe of Kerala plantain chips by Shri Kripa will definitely help you in its preparation. The Kerala plantain chips can be prepared within 10 minutes. The time taken for cooking Kerala plantain chips is 60 minutes. With such flavoursome ingredients, the dish tastes superb! This recipe is appropriate to serve 5 people. The recipe details out how to make Kerala plantain chips step by step. The detailed explanation makes Kerala plantain chips so simple and easy that even beginners can try it out. The recipe for Kerala plantain chips can be tweaked in a lot of ways to make it more interesting. So, the next time you have a party at home do not forget to check out the recipe of Kerala plantain chips from BetterButter.

Kerala plantain chips

Ingredients to make Kerala plantain chips

  • Green Nendra banana – 10
  • salt – 1 tbsp
  • water – 1 small cup
  • coconut oil – To deep fry.

How to make Kerala plantain chips

  1. Apply some oil to your hand. To some extent it will protect your hand from blackening.
  2. Take fresh, green plantain, wash properly. Take one small sharp knife, remove top and bottom part and give slits on outer skin at regular intervals (may be 4 to 5) from top to bottom.
  3. Now slowly insert your thumb at the slit and open the outer skin.
  4. Immerse these peeled bananas in a bowl of water.
  5. Take one small bowl of water and mix salt and keep aside.it is your salted water, which is used while frying chips.
  6. Now you can keep coconut oil for heating. When it is very hot, start making chips. To test the hotness of oil, drop one small piece of plantain, if it pops up immediately, it is ready.
  7. Take out the plantain from water, pat dry and start slicing directly to the hot oil by using a slicer. Use one or two plantain at a time.
  8. Keep the flame at medium. When the slices of plantain cook, the bubbling sound of the oil becomes faint. Now you can add 1 tbsp of salted water, and you will hear lot of bubbling sound. When the sound reduces, the chips are ready.
  9. Remove the chips from the oil, and keep them on a tissue-laid plate.
  10. After cooling store it in an air tight container and proceed with the remaining plantain.

My Tip:

Do not throw away this skin; you can make very tasty sabzi with it.

Reviews for Kerala plantain chips (2)

KRITIKA SINGHa year ago

I also tried dear... But how comes yours is so yellowish in color?
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Shri Kripa
a year ago
Hi Kritika, you should use Kerala Nendra Variety to get yellow colour.

Muthulakshmi Madhavakrishnan2 years ago

Very nice. Will try this recipe soon.
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