Banana chips is an essential component of Onasadya. It is cooked and served both in its raw and ripe forms. Banana chips make for a great snack and an excellent side dish. They are generally dry, salted or spiced and sometimes jaggery or sugar-coated. Locally known as nenthra-upperi, these chips are widely enjoyed in Kerala and Tamil Nadu and are usually fried in coconut oil and seasoned with salt.
- I would love to make banana chips at home. Can you give me the recipe? (We can give video as well)
Yes, sure. It’s a simple and easy-to-make dish. Do try this out!
Nenthran raw bananas – 5 nos
Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
Coconut oil – As required
Salt – As required
- Take a bowl, add a little water with turmeric powder, and mix it well
- Peel the bananas and immerse it in the turmeric water for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, take them out and drain and dry the bananas using a paper towel.
- Add salt into half cup water with a pinch of turmeric powder. Mix it well and set aside.
- Slice the bananas into thin round pieces.
- Heat coconut oil in a deep pan and add the sliced banana pieces. Stir frequently.
- When the banana pieces bubble up to the surface, add 2 tsp of salt water to the oil and continue frying until crisp.
- Take out the fried bananas pieces and place it on a tissue paper
- Tasty banana chips are ready to serve
- Do you make banana chips using coconut oil?
Yes, of course, our banana chips are made using pure coconut oil. We assure you that it is 100% original and authentic
- Why buy Banana chips from us?
- Freshly prepared, high-quality and hygienic banana chips made using 100% pure and edible coconut oil.
- We constantly ensure that the packing is strong enough
- All orders are shipped only after rigorous inspection by our quality control team.