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 Unnakkai, Again a Kerala Snack, First time tight this recipe, some what this is a heavy snack for tea time.. Last time when my brother visited my place he bought a bag full of big sized nenthra banana..

When the Banana get ripped they all come together.. and its a big tough job to finish the fruits.. when i hunt for new recipes, i got this in srividya’s page. really a rich snack, we felt heavy after having few bites.. kids will love this recipe, fully filled with sweet filling, and big treat for sweet tooth, hope this post will helps you guys, see you all in my next interesting post.. Day 50 of B365


Recipe Cuisine: Indian | Recipe Category: Snack/Kids Recipe
Prep Time: 30 mins | Cook time: 10 -15 mins | Serves: 4


Nenthra Pazham 4-5 nos
Oil 1/2 cup

Ingredients For Stuffing

Ghee 2 tsp
Coconut 1/4 cup
Cashew 1 tsp
Raisins 1 tsp
Sugar 3-4 tsp



Steam the Banana in a idli steamer or any other steamer.. 
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Peel the banana and take them in a mixing bowl, mash them using your hands 
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Make lemon sized balls and set aside.. 
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 Now coming to the stuffing part.. Heat a pan with ghee, Add coconut, Nuts, raisins and fry this for a while.. 
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Add in the Sugar and give a good mix.. if need add a cardamom powder for a flavour.
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Flat the banana ball and spoon in the stuffing to the balls and rolls them carefully again to the balls or in cylinder shape.. 
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Here is my stuffed balls.. 
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Heat a pan with oil and deep fry the banana balls.
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Flip them and cook all sides and serve hot.. 
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