Monday, July 30, 2012

Banana Paniyaram | Banana Sweet Bonda

It's a pleasure to let you all know that Good Food has crossed 1 lakh hits and I realized it today :). I would like to thank all my blogger friends and readers who drop at my space. I appreciate the feedbacks  from my blogger and non blogger friends through mails and comments after trying out my recipes. I am so happy that you take time to let me know the feedback. Thank you for your kind words about the healthy and simple recipes I share :)

Today's recipe is a common snack in most of our households. Whenever there are overripe bananas, our mothers and grandmothers used to quickly prepare this snack rt. These bondas are always deep fried, but I made them in paniyaram or aebleskiver pan with so much less oil. You can either use all purpose flour or wheat flour. These are really soft, yummy and they are so quick to prepare. Hope you guys try this guilt free version !

Many ask me what is a paniyaram pan whenever I put a paniyaram recipe...So I have put a click in the end, please take a look at it :)



You need...

3/4 cup Wheat flour
1 large ripe Banana
1/4 cup Sugar
1 tsp Cardamom powder
2 tbsp Coconut
1/4 tsp Baking powder
a pinch Salt
Water

To prepare...

Blend the banana, sugar and cardamom powder to form a puree.

Combine flour, salt, baking powder, coconut and banana puree.

Add water as required to form a thick batter with dropping consistency.

Heat a paniyaram or aebleskiver pan. Add few drops of oil in each hole.

Pour a small ladle of batter in each hole. Cover and cook for a minute or two until it gets brown.

Flip it and let it cook for another minute or so.

Serve them warm.



Notes:
* You can use all purpose flour or maida instead of wheat flour.
* Adjust sugar depending upon the ripeness of the banana.
* You can also deep fry them.









25 Tasty Comments:

Deeksha said...

Congratulations Sobha. Keep rocking.
I liked these super delicious banana paniyaram. Thx for sharing.

Recipe world said...

Nice recipe dear..and congrats on your milestone!

Vidhya said...

Love this paniyaram with so little oil.Sounds and looks yummy and healthy.

Square Meals said...

Nice looking paniyarams Sobha. Congratulations on crossing 1 lakh hits.

Aparna

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Kids delight...
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Keep on doing good work dear and you will take your blog to another level..:-) Nice banana sweet...

Priti said...

Congrats wish you many more milestone ...paniyaram looks yum

halal foodie said...

Sobha, Paniyaram looks delicious, congratulations on your hits, wish u many more :)

cookingvarieties said...

hi sobha, looks so yummy, never eaten this before.. love to try out- thanks and have a nice day

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

I think you should be named the paniyaram queen dear...delicious ones...Congrats on reaching the 1 lakh mark....

Sanoli Ghosh said...

Love this banana bonda. Looks absolutely perfect.

Anu said...

looks delicious

Vimitha Anand said...

Congrats dear. U deserve it... The paniyaram looks so appetizing

Julie said...

Congrats on your 1 lakh hits,May you achieve everything that you aspire for from your blog space,looking forward for more healthy recipes,Keep rocking!!
Yummy snack,I too prepare these in unniyappachatti ..very healthy one!

Archana said...

Congrats dear my you cross many more milestones soon.

Jay said...

wat a fantastic recipe...absolutely delicious
congrats on your milestone..:)
Tasty Appetite

R.Punitha said...

Hi Shobha ,

Congratulations for your one lakh hit!!!

Paniyaram Looks Delicious!!!

Nice presentation :)

Keep on Dear...

www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

Vineetha said...

hello..Paniyaram recipes poranju paniyaram panum koodi katti pralobipukunno...shoo eniku vayya :)

Spice up the Curry said...

congrats.. this looks mouthwatering

radha said...

Congratulations!

Shabbu said...

congrats..
yummy and nice paniyarams..
Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

Anisha Ranjit said...

Congrats dear on crossing 1lakh hits... I like these bondas... kind of like unniappam with wheatflour but not fried...

Hema said...

Congrats Sobha, way to go, love these paniyarams..

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Yummy recipe...Congrats dear...

Teena Mary said...

Congrats on your mile stone! Paniyaram looks very tasty!

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