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Homemade Banana Chips

Banana Chips
Most of us like to have crunchy munchy snacks while sipping our evening tea.  What could be faster than fried chips?  Within 15 minutes raw banana chips are ready.

Ingredients:
Raw Banana - 1
Black Pepper powder - 1/4 tsp
Cayenne Pepper/Red Chilli Powder - 1/8 tsp
Salt - about 1/4 tsp
Peanut Oil

Method:
Peel the raw banana skin and cut it into thin round slices.  I used a potato slicer.  In a mixing bowl, add the raw banana slices, salt, black pepper powder, cayenne pepper and mix/toss well.  Add turmeric as well if you like.
Heat oil in a kadhai/wok and deep fry these slices in hot oil.  Remove the slices when colour changes and the buzz sound while frying stops.  Binge on crisp Banana Chips anytime you like.

14 comments:

  1. my fav snack too,home made ones are really the best...

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  2. wooow!!! Uma nice chips looks crispy n spicy with spices... i like banana chips but i didnt tried like ur version sure it will taste good with spicy...thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep on smiling,,

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  3. Very nice.Banana chips are everyone fav. Looks tempting.

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  4. THese look so yummy I love these for snacking with a good bollywood tear jerker.Simple delicious.

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  5. hi uma...howz u?...missed ur mny yummy recipes as i was off blogging for few weeks...loved this crispy banans chips...so spicy n yummy...nice recipe

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  6. banana chips looks crispy...never tried at home...looks tempting...

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  7. i love this banana chips, looks great and tempting a lot

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  8. Anything which is home made is best than outside food and you have given nice example of it.

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  9. Looks perfect n delicious. This is one of my favorite snack.

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  10. Thanks Mary, Sushma, Sathya, Suhaina, Simply.Food, Siddhi, Swapna, Krishnaveni, Subhashini, Madhura, Shanthi for the lovely words.
    Good to see you back Siddhi!

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  11. Baked chips looks truly crispy and love it..will do next time for the sure..

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  12. Thanks Priya for the feedback.

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  13. Uma... New here... u have a gud space nd my mamama used to make them thnx 4 sharing

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  14. Thanks for stopping by Aps! seems like you are a Konkani too.

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