Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Ripe Banana Curry

Ingrediens:
5-Ripe banana,
2-tbsp red chilli powder,
1-tbsp turmeric powder,
2-tbsp oil,
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.


Method:
Step 1: Peel the banana and cut into round pieces.
Step 2: Heat the oil in to pan on medium heat.

Step 3: Add directly round cut banana pieces and cook for one minute.

Step 4: Then add red chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt to taste.Step 5: Mix gently and turn off the flame.

Step 6: Garnish with coriander leaves.

..................................Serve with Bhakri and buttermilk....................................


Very easy sweet curry. If you like sweet taste then this curry is ready in to just two minutes with fewer ingredients.
Benefit:
1. An excellent source of potassium and vitamin B6, as well as a source of folate abd fiber.
2. A medium banana contains close to 500mg of potassium, a mineral that plays a role in lowering blood pressure. A study on 17,000 adults indicated that higher potassium levels are associated with lower blood pressure. Banana also contains the anino acid tryptophan, which stimulates the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that has a calming effect on the body.
----From Food Harm Food Heal Book

30 comments:

Vcuisine said...

This is something new Kajal. Sounds interesting. Viji

bee said...

hot hot bananas. i can imagine how yummy they are.

Roopa said...

looks interesting dear! hot and sweet.

Kajal said...

Hi Viji,
Yes, when I make first time than I can’t believe this.....but now I like this curry very much. Thanks.:)

Kajal said...

Ya, Bee.....hot hot but cool cool for health.......:)

Thanks for lovely words.:(

Kajal said...

Hi Roopa,

Thanks my dear for cool and nice comment.:)

......(@U@)......

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
This is new to me! The nutrient contents is informative..

Vikas said...

hello kajal :)

Me first time here from pria's blog and i am glad i jumped here.Here i found mouthewatering dishes....bhakri with banana curry. It is very quick to prepare as well..When ever i am hungry my mom makes this for me. Muthiya with tea and chundo.hmmm delecious..Paku gujrati food..hey dal dhokli kyare che?? me die hard fav dishes and my family too..every alternate sunday we have dal dhokli..

Maja avigay kajal aaya avine..thanks a lot ..snaps joyne j stomach bharay gayu :)
would love to visit again

Take Care
Vikas{V}

Lata said...

Something that I never heard of. Got to try someday.

trupti said...

Ketlo vakhat thai gayo a banave! Mare Kartik ne kehvu padse ke mara matey paaka kela rakhi muke! Emne aa bahu bhavse!

trupti

Asha said...

Sweet and hot!! What a beautiful combo:))

Sharmi said...

that is such a yummy looking curry. my hubby likes to have rotis with banana, this looks so good. will try out for sure.

Manasi said...

This is unusual!! will try!!

bee said...

kajal, we had some over-ripe bananas and made this. it was so yummy. thanks.

KitchenAromas said...

How different! Very nice, Kajal. I'll try this one for sure

Kajal said...

Hi Ushaprashanth,

Lovely words.....Thanks for that.....Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Vikas,
Thanks for nice comment......really feel very nice to read your comment......Dal dhokli is ready to post, you know I make Dal Dhokli in this week and also post today but today is my mom birthday so I give break to post......in this week I post Dal Dhokli....Enjoy our Gujarati dish.....Have a nice day.:)

Kajal said...

Thank you Lata,

Beautiful words......have a great day.:)

Kajal said...

Thank you Trupti......love your gujju words......ame to jaure kela bahu paki jau ane keni no khava ho to pachi saak banvi nakhi.....:)

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,
When we go for party and my grandmother is at home bcoz she is very old age, she like this curry so make this curry instant and easy going and less time....Thanks for lovely words.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Sharmi,

My mom also like banana with Roti......Thanks for lovely words.....Have a nice day!!

Kajal said...

Thank you Manasi....Take care.:)

Kajal said...

Thank you bee.....if banana is over ripe then we also made this curry.....Great to see you nice comment.:)

Kajal said...

Thank you Kitchenaromas, Sure try when I first time try I like it....what is your experience? You share with me.:)

Dilip said...

wow...how wonderful....never tried a curry using ripe bananas before....looks fantastic...have to try it...hey best b'day wishes to your mom....~smile~...have a great time

Kajal said...

Kem chho Dilipbhai?

After a long time see your comment.....Thanks for b’day wishes.....Really very happy to see your loving words.:)

Kajal said...

Kem chho Dilipbhai?

After a long time see your comment.....Thanks for b’day wishes.....Really very happy to see your loving words.:)

Archit Shah said...

hey how did u manage this all things ..
i want to know tat wht is your profession ...

Anonymous said...

This is fifty percent entertaining. But then once more I am extremely high right now

james009straut said...

Thanks a lot dear for this awesome recipe.. as a gujarati,it was really difficult to find this recipe.. as most of the people outside gujarat don't know also that there can be a curry of banana.. Many thanks..!!