Thursday, February 5, 2015

Banana Subji / Vazhaipazha Subji/ Side dish for chapathi

I saw this banana subji in a cookbook,which my mom gave me..Now a days my boy is eating the chappathis, if i give them with any sweet sabji like Matar Paneer Kurma or Paneer Butter while searching for sweet subjis i got this and he liked it...So for moms it will be useful..We too liked it, since it has a different taste,combination of sweet and spice...Give a try and enjoy...


Red onion1
Ginger garlic paste1 tsp
Redchilli powder1/4 tsp
Garam masala powder1 pinch
Mustard,cumin and fenugreek powder2 tsp
Cashew piecesas needed
Milk1 tblsp
Saltas needed
To Temper

Cinnamon1 inch stick
Oil/Butter1 tblsp


Peel the banana and slice it as thin rounds as we do for chips...Heat oil in a kadai, and fry them till it becomes slightly brown...

Strain and put it in a paper towel...Dry roast the mustard, cumin and fenugreek till light brown..

Grind it into a coarse powder.....Boil a tomato and peel the skin...Make a paste out of it...

Heat oil or butter in a kadai and splutter cinnamon, cloves and cardamom...Add chopped onion and fry till it become transparent...Add ginger garlic paste and fry till raw smell goes off and onion gets roasted well..

Add the pureed tomato and the red chilli powder,salt, gartam masala powder and the roasted(mustard,cumin,fenugreek) powder to it..

After the masala gets cooked well, add the cashew paste ground using milk and let it thicken a bit...Lastly add the fried banana slices and serve...

Wanna try these:
Peerkangai Kootu
White Kurma
Peerkangai Muttai
Sundal Gravy

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