Saturday, August 1, 2020

Homemade Plantain Chips | Raw Banana Chips



Snacking on the plantain chips which I made yesterday. It’s a mouth watering traditional dish of Kerala. Crispy banana chips, deep fried in coconut oil, seasoned with salt and black pepper. You can deep fry, pan-fry, air-fry, roast or bake them and pair it with your favourite salsa dip or enjoy them as it is.



Crispy banana chips, deep fried in coconut oil, seasoned with salt and black pepper. You can pan-fry, air-fry, roast or bake them and pair it with your favourite salsa dip or enjoy them as it is.



I made a small batch of plantain chips yesterday. It is such a simple recipe that you’ll be amazed to know that it can be made in less than 10 minutes. I made these raw banana chips from my homegrown banana tree. I love how fresh, beautiful produce which is growing in our backyard can feeds our family.

Let’s check out the recipe. Take raw bananas, wash and peel them and chop the bananas into the round shape. Grease your hands with oil before peeling. Heat oil in a pan and deep fried the banana slices for 2-3 minutes. Season it with salt and pepper, mix well.

If you like this recipe pin this picture below, thanks!



How to make Homemade Plantain Chips



Homemade Plantain Chips | Raw Banana Chips



Serve : 2-3 People
Preparation time : 5 minutes
Total time : 8-10 minutes
Author : The Food Root


Ingredients

4 Raw Bananas
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tbsp black pepper
Oil for frying


Method

1. Grease your hands with oil and peel raw bananas chop them into slices.


Grease your hands with oil and peel raw bananas chop them into slices.


2. Heat oil in a pan and deep fried the banana slices for 2-3 minutes.


Heat oil in a pan and deep fried the banana slices for 2-3 minutes.


3. Season it with salt and pepper, mix well.


Crispy raw banana chips deep fried and seasoned with salt and black pepper.


Notes

1. You can thinly slice them, it can in any shape, long or round shape

2. You can deep fry, pan-fry, air-fry, roast or bake them and pair it with your favourite salsa dip or enjoy them as it is.



It’s all about finding calm amidst the chaos.. I know during this lockdown period lot of people are getting anxiety attacks and are getting depressed but see the brighter side to it, as time slows down you can rejuvenate and be grateful to do all your favourite things.

Lately, gardening has been my escape from the stress of quarantine life where I can show my experiences. What is yours? What are you doing during this lockdown period? Let me know in the comments below.

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