Thursday, August 16, 2007

Banana Goli







Ingredients:
  • 4 cups Maida
  • 11/2 Cups Sugar(Depends on how much sugar you want)
  • 4-5 Mashed Banana
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 Large Egg(optional)
  • 1/2 cup cooking Oil for frying
  • Water

Method:

1. Add Maida,sugar,salt,baking powder,mashed banana and egg in a bowl.
2. Then add the water & make the batter little thicker then dosa batter.
3. And leave the batter for 15-20 mts.

4. Now,In a kadai heat the oil and using tablespoon or it is better to use the hand.

5. Put the goli in the oil & fry till gloden brown.
6. Serve hot with tea,coffe etc...

9 comments:

sra said...

Hi Deepa, why do you call it banana goli? Should you mash a banana into this?

Deepa Cooks said...

Hi sra,
thanks for dropping by.

Yes,we have to add mashed bananas.I forgot to add in the recipe.

marriedtoadesi.com said...

Looking good Deepa!

meeso said...
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Sobila said...

hi deepa,

u have a wonderful tamil blog,
i tagged u for MEME, i know u was tagged already,ur blog so much impressed me, so i tagged u again,,, do if u have time.....

Kumudha said...

These were once my favourite sweet...

Thanks a lot for the recipe!

Vrushali said...

hi deepa, thats a nice n quick recipe.. even i make it but instead of maida i use rice flour and i dont use egg.. we (pathare prabhu , a maharashtrian community) call it "umbar"(pronounced oombar) its especially prepared on shravani saturdays(saturdays that come in month of sharavan)

meeso said...

What a great banana dish! I love trying anything with banana's...I'm gonna write this down.

janaki said...

hi dheepa
its nice to see tamil recipies.we call this pala vadai.how can we make it like a mini ball if the dough is little bit thicker consistency than idli maavu.hope u see this msg soon bcos i am planning to do in another 1 hour.let u know how it comes.how much of water needed roughly.

 
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