Tips To Make Crispy Banana Chips At Home
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A simple South Indian dish called Ethakka Upperi (Banana Chips) is made using raw or unripe bananas, turmeric, and salt. This dish for a nutritious snack can be presented at any gathering in place of fried potato chips. Whenever you want during the day, give it to your kids! It goes well with a cold beverage or even a cup of hot tea or coffee. It is a mouthwatering meal that will not only satisfy your appetite but also pamper your taste buds. Look over the simple instructions listed below to learn how to make this delicious dish. It will be a hit with both you and your guests. Enjoy!


1. 4 green (unripe) plantains (sliced into thin rounds and washed), peeled

2. 2 cups coconut oil

3. 3 cups water

4. 1 tsp turmeric

5. 1 tbsp chilli powder

6. Salt to taste

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1. Banana slices should be soaked in a mixture of water, salt, and turmeric for five minutes.

2. Mix it thoroughly before transferring it to a colander to finish draining.

3. Heat the oil in a medium-sized Kadai over high heat.

4. Slices should be added in tiny batches once it starts to smoke.

5. After golden browning, transfer to a paper napkin.

6. Continue by cutting the remaining segments.

7. Let it cool before adding salt and chilli powder.

8. For up to a week, store in an airtight container.