Sunday, September 16, 2012

Ripe Banana Sassam




Ingredients
1.ripe banana-4 no:s(small kerala banana/cherupazham-preferably poovan OR njalipoovan)
never pick nendrapazham
2.sugar-1/3 cup or more as per your taste
3.fresh curds-2 cups
4.green chillies-3 to 4 cut into rounds
5.salt-a pinch
6.ghee-optional

for seasoning
oil
mustard
jeera
curryleaves


Procedure
1.cut banana into pieces..


2.take curds in a large bowl,add sugar and salt, mix well..


3.then add banana pieces,green chillies(crush with 1 tab sp sugar) and mix again..

4.add the above mentioned seasoning into it..if you like,add 1tsp ghee for flavour..


5.banana sasam is ready to serve..


this is a must try recipe for those who favours curds..a jiffy dessert to be served  after main course..hope all of you will try this and feed back ..




14 comments:

Mélange said...

Absolutely a new recipe to me..Unique and nicely done Leela !

Padhu said...

Sounds so yummy!!
Padhuskitchen

Beena.stephy said...

simple recipie looks delicious

latha said...

Yummy !!!!!

JennyPennyPoppy said...

Looks delicious and sounds interesting Leela :)

Rekha said...

very new and unique..looks very tempting..
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PT said...

new and interesting dear :)

Priya said...

Very new dish for me,thanks for sharing Leela.

Priya R said...

looks so delicious

Priya
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Julie said...

wow,mouthwatering..new name of recipe to me!!
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வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

Ripe Banana Sassam

The pictures shown are so rich, clean neat, hygienic. Process explained is also so simple.

Really Beauty & Tasty Post. ;)))))

Congrats... all the Best Leela.

GOPU

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Divya Pramil said...

That sounds yum and interesting :) Simple too ill try soon!!
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