Banana Paniyaram is an easy and quick evening snack. Kids would love this sweet and delicious paniyaram. It is a great way to use an over-ripe banana.
Overripe Banana Recipes:
Overripe bananas are soft and mushy in texture that you can use in varieties of recipes. It makes delicious, flavorful and sweet dishes. Banana Bread, Banana Pancake, Banana Muffins, Unniyappam are the popular recipes using overripe bananas.
Smart Cooking Tips:
- You could also add jaggery syrup, instead of sugar. Add sugar according to your taste. If you are using jaggery powder, allow the batter to sit for 20 minutes because jaggery takes a long time to dissolve and mix evenly with the batter.
2. Add water slowly and make a smooth batter. If the batter is thin then the paniyarams will turn our soggy.
3. Cook paniyarams covered over a medium heat, this helps to cook evenly without getting burned.
Banana Paniyaram is an easy and quick evening snack. Kids would love this sweet and soft snack. This is a great way to use overripe banana.
- 0.50 cup WHEAT FLOUR
- 1 no BANANA
- 5 gms CASHEW NUTS
- 0.25 cup COCONUT GRATED
- 0.25 cup SUGARS GRANULATED
- 2 no CARDAMOM
- 2 tsp OIL
- 0.25 cup RICE FLOUR WHITE
- 1 pinch BAKING SODA
Mash the banana into a smooth puree. Add the rice flour, wheat flour, shredded coconut, sugar, crushed cardamom, baking soda, chopped nuts and mix well.
Add the water slowly and make a smooth batter, without any lumps. The batter should not be too thick or too thin, it should be in a dosa (pancake) batter consistency.
Heat a few drops of oil in each mold of the paniyaram pan and pour a spoonful of batter up to 3/4 full. Cover and cook on both the sides in a medium flame, until the color change into golden brown. Banana paniyaram is ready to serve.
How to serve Banana Paniyaram?
Serve Banana Paniyaram as a snack or breakfast.