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Banana Dosai

- submitted by Dahlia on 01-11-2008
(Banana Pancakes)

Ripe bananas - 2
Rice flour - 1/4 cup
All purpose flour (Maida) - 2 tblsp
Cardoman powder - 1 pinch
Sugar - to taste
Raisins - 2 tblsp (chopped)
Cashews - 2 tblsp (chopped)
Ghee - to fry
1. Mash the bananas nicely with a masher or with hands.
2. Add rice flour, maida, sugar and cardomon powder. 
3. Mix everything together to get a thick batter. You can mix with your hands or use a blender.
4. Mix the raisins  and cashews with the batter.
5. Heat a griddle and pour a spoonful of batter and spread gently. It will be thicker than normal dosa.
6. Pour few drops of ghee on top. Fry on medium flame till the dosa is completely cooked and golden brown on both sides.
Serving Suggestions
      - This dosa can be served as a dessert or snack with some maple syrup or honey.
      - Top the dosa with whipped cream or ice cream and berries. This brings out a whole new flavour.
      - It can also be served as a tiffen with some chutney.
       -  Use brown sugar or jaggery instead of sugar for a different flavour.
       - This batter can be used to make paniyarams. A variation of this is called Unniappam.

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Comments (4)

Person Raji   (July 13, 2016)
Very nice taste. My kids loved it and as dinner .. :-) Next time , i want to try with Multigrain flour ..
Person Dahlia (S.I.R. Author)   (July 14, 2016)
Good. Try it with multigrain flour and let me know how it turns.
Person kayalvizhidevan   (April 19, 2012)
really nice receipe.....
Person Dahlia (S.I.R. Author)   (April 19, 2012)
Thank You.

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Comment by felicia rosario
         I love indian food ever since I adapted to indian culture I have been able to mantain my weight to stay average.Asian food in general is very healthy and would suggest anyone to eat it on a consistent basis unlike conventional foods.

Reply :-

        Thank you so much Felicia.
Comment by Veena on 22 September 2008 09:17AM

          Too Good...children liked it..

Reply :-

           Thanks Veena.

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