VazhaiKKai Masala Varuval-Raw Plantain stir fry

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VazhaiK Kai Masala Varuval


Raw Plantain (Green) is called ‘Vazhaikkai’ in Tamil. Today’s recipe is a nicely roasted, dry masala dish with VazhaiKKai/plantains, stir fried with fresh coconut, ginger and garlic. Amma`s recipe for a nice flavorful side dish with a traditional Tamil lunch. I prepared Mulangi/ Radish sambhar and Vazhaikkai masala varuval for lunch today.


List of ingredients:

  1. VazhaiKKai/ Plantain ~about 16 pieces ( cut lengthwise into 4 as shown).
  2. ½ teaspoon ginger garlic paste.
  3. ½ teaspoon turmeric powder.
  4. 1 ½ teaspoon chilli powder.
  5. 1 teaspoon salt.
  6. 1 tablespoon grated coconut .
  7. 2 tablespoon oil.
Procedure:

  1. Wash and boil VazhaiKKai/Plantain pieces till done. Do not overcook them. Overcooking may result in mushy VazhaiKKai. Strain and keep aside.
  2. Grind coconut. Mix in to the pieces along with other ingredients.
  3. Heat oil in kadai/pan. Add the pieces and fry until golden brown, stirring in between.
Serve as a side dish with a traditional Tamil lunch.



21 comments:

  1. WOw it looks so delicious.
    This is the mmost delicious plantain dish i have ever seen.

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  2. Mouth watering. that is a fantastic looking dish. I can imagine the lovely combination of sambhar and the fry.

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  3. banana fry looks very mouthwatering ..thanks for sharing this recipe..

    Happy Holi

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  4. looks so temptingly crispy,my Mil makes these ,but without coconut.will make these for her,i am sure she will like these too

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  5. Lovely recipe. Looks so good. Love to have it with hot sambar rice...YUM!

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  6. Plantain curry looks delicious. You have a great blog here.

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  7. delicious :)
    sambar and rice and stir fry - yummy!

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  8. Looks good with the coconut masala. How do you get the nice brown colour?
    Thanks
    Kavya.

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  9. I made yest vazzaikai fry, but ur looks terrific!

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  10. Vazhaikkai fry looks really yummy

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  11. That's a different dish with vazhakai. My list of things to try from your blog is increasing with every post of yours.

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  12. Nice fry. Thanks for the recipe.
    I am new to cooking and all of your recipes are very useful to me.

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  14. amazing recipe..
    didnt know what to do with the raw plantains here..and was searching for a good recipe.
    Am going to try this one out and am sure its gonna be a hit with my hubby
    thanks buddyy
    seema

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  15. looks yummy.... anything done with vaazhakkai would be my favourite.. :-)

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