Pazham Pori | Crispy Banana Fritters | how to make pazham pori

  • Yield: 18
  • Servings: 5
  • Prep Time: 10m
  • Cook Time: 15m
  • Ready In: 15m
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Pazham Pori | Crispy Banana Fritters

Traditional Kerala snack with plantain.

Pazham pori is a very famous sweet snack of south indian especially kerala. It is My all time favorite one. We used to make pazham pori with maida. But here I didn’t use maida in this recipe instead made batter with whole wheat flour. I have added little bit rice flour to get more crispiness to the pazham pori. We need plantain(kerala banana) for making this recipe. I have already posted some tasty recipes with plantain like Plantain milk shake,plantain dumplings | ethappazham kozukkatta,unnakkaya,Pazham pradhaman | plantain kheer,stuffed banana | pazham nirachathu. Hope you all will like this recipes.


3 no of Ripe plantain (nenthrapazham)
1/4 cup of Rice flour
1/4 cup of Wheat flour
3 pinch of Turmeric powder
1 spn. of Suagr
3 pinch of salt
Oil for deep fry


Step 01

Combine wheat flour,rice flour,turmeric powder,sugar and salt in a bowl.

Step 02

Add water little by little and make a thick batter.Make sure to stir well so that no lumps are formed.

Step 03

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 04

Cut the banana into half and then slice each half midway vertically. Further slice each of the quarters into 2-3 thin pieces.

Step 05

Dunk these into the batter.

Step 06

When the oil is just short of smoking hot, add banana pieces coated with the batter.

Step 07

Fry bananas until golden brown.

Step 08

Serve hot with tea.

Note: We adding rice flur and wheat flour for the crispness.You can also use maida alone

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