Sweet banana maida appam is a quick and easy snack made with over-ripe bananas in 25 mins. Since it is sweet, it can also serve as a dessert or snack for the kids.
Banana Paniyaram/Appam – A South Indian exclusive snack:
Banana Appam is a quick, delicious evening snack. It does not require any significant preparation. Moreover, one of the great way to use over-ripped bananas.
Few tips to make a perfect Paniyaram/Appam:
1) Make sure to make a smooth batter without any lumps. The batter should not be too thick or too thin it should be with a consistency similar to dosa batter.
2) Avoid shaping it like a ball just scoop a little amount of batter using a spoon and drop it into the hot oil.
Sweet dessert or a delicious snack:
Banana Appam tastes sweet and flavorful. So it can also be served as a dessert.
You can also store this appam in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
Adjust adding sugar according to your taste.
If you are looking for other recipe using an overripe banana check out this banana paniyaram.
Evening Snack for Kids:
Kids love this sweet snack. It tastes little crispy on the outer side and moist inside the appam. It can serve as an evening snack for both children and adults.
Since this appam can be stored, you can also consider taking it as snacks for picnics. My son likes this snack, so whenever I have overripe bananas I make this snack instead of throwing it away.
For other kids friendly banana recipe, check out wheat banana dosa (pancake).
Here is the Overripe Banana recipe collection.
A quick and easy snack made with over-ripe bananas in 25 mins. Since it is sweet, it can also serve as a dessert or snack for the kids.
- 1 no BANANA OVERRIPE
- 1 cup ALL PURPOSE FLOUR
- 0.75 cup SUGAR (to taste)
- 3 oz WATER (for making batter)
- 1 cup OIL (for frying)
- 2 no CARDAMOM
- 0.50 tsp BAKING SODA
In a bowl mash banana until smooth, add all-purpose flour, sugar, baking soda, crushed cardamoms and mix well.
Add water gradually and make a batter. The batter should not be too thin or thick. It should be in a dosa batter consistency. Let the batter to sit for 20 minutes.
In a hot oil, drop the batter little by little and deep fry over a medium flame until the color changes into golden brown.