Vaazhai Pazha Paniyaram (Banana Fritters) Recipe
Celebrate Pongal with an authentic South Indian sweet!
Dallas, United States
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                                                         Vaazhai Pazha Paniyaram (Banana Fritters)

Vaazhai Pazha Paniyaram (Banana Fritters) is a South Indian sweet that can be prepared with a few basic ingredients found in any kitchen. Learn to make this tasty sweet by following the recipe below. Enjoy!

·         Banana, ripened – 3

·         Wheat flour/all-purpose flour – 1 cup

·         Granulated sugar/brown sugar – 1/3 cup

·         Cardamom powder – ¼ tsp

·         Salt - a pinch

·         Oil (for deep frying)

·         Chopped cashews (optional) 


1.      Peel bananas (3) and cut them into pieces.

2.      Mash them with the help of fork to make them completely mushy.

3.      Add 1/3 cup granulated sugar and mix it with the mashed bananas.

4.      Then add 1 cup all-purpose flour, ¼ tsp cardamom powder, and a pinch of salt.

5.      Make sure the batter is completely mixed well.

6.      Add 1-2 tbsp of water (if needed) to make sure you get a thick consistency of a cake batter. If your batter becomes too thin, add some all-purpose flour to make the batter thick.

7.      Take a small spoonful of batter and drop it gently one by one to fry the paniyaram in hot oil. Add only 4-5 paniyaram at a time while frying in hot.

8.      Make sure you fry the paniyaram in low to medium flame because they will get burnt/undercooked on high flame. Also make sure you slowly flip them while frying so that both sides get cooked evenly and turn golden brown.

9.      Transfer the paniyaram on to a plate lined with a paper towel to absorb oil.

10.  The vaazhai pazha paniyaram taste best when served hot!

Dallas,  United States
Jayashree Krishnan is an educator based in Dallas, Texas. She has completed her Master’...
Jayashree Krishnan is an educator based in Dallas, Texas. She has completed her Master’...
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