Raw Banana Cutlet

Written by Mullai

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  1. malligarajesh

    This s d 1st time I visit ur site. I read all d comments. I m going to try ur vazhakai cutlet now. Then I tell u how it is.

  2. shan

    Mullai ma’am, for deep fried spinach – simply have to put the spinach leaves into oil ? After taking out have to add any salt or pepper before wrapping into the Raw Banana Cutlet…?

    1. Mullai

      They tend to break off soon, so after deep frying, carefully put them over a paper towel and add a dash of salt and pepper to one side.

  3. sSs

    Hi Mullai,

    I made this cutlet today…it was yummy…i like the simple ingredients in this recipe..i did not deep fry…still it was tasting very good…so i can imagine how tasty it will be if I deep fry them :)…

    I like all your recipes…they are so different. You do not use the same standard ingredients in all your recipes…there is a lot of difference in the taste and texture..which makes me visit this website all the time.

    Also, I like the fact that you experiment with simple things that are easily available :)…keep up the great work!!!!!



  4. Manoo

    Wooohooo….Remembering me those vadais I forgot already after coming here… We make vada with boiled maravali kizhangu as well…. If its watery just add some pottukadalai flour or boiled potato…. Good one anyways

  5. Radha Arvindh

    Hello Mullai.. Messed up a bit initially.Actually I had not squeezed the plantains well so the dough became a bit watery and as usual I knew how it would turn out if deep fried.Then boiled few potatoes added to it and made up.Finally outcome was superb.Combination of raw banana and potato(Heard of it??Radha's Recipe..hehheeee).A new variety of cutlet.To be frank the taste of spinach was awesome.I could only taste it,before I could look into,they had gobbled it!!!!!


    Radha Arvindh 

    1. Mullai

      Hi Radha,

      Not a bad choice, potatoes will work or any root vegetable for that matter. Next time try with carrots, beets, yams..etc. Did you try the fried spinach?? Sinfully tasty!!! Deep fry fresh spinach leaves, sprinkle with little salt and pepper… rolled in a chapati with raw onions. Simply yummilicious!!! You got to try it.

  6. Radha Arvindh

    Hi Mullai…

    If u had posted this recipe yesterday,I would have prepared it immediately.What a coincidence both have submitted the same vegetable.Anyway’s luckily have 1 left.Shall try today evening and shall get back to u with the results.


    Radha Arvindh 

    1. Mullai

      Yeah… its been happening for the past two days. Actually started on this post yesterday, but couldn't finish it, as some of my photos were really messed up. Whipped them quickly for an early morning release, but to my surprise there was this "Vazhakai curry" when I opened up the site. Those raw bananas look smaller when compared to what we get here. Where do you normally buy them.. Indian store??? I get mine from a local farmers market. Anyways, give it a try, I'm sure your son would love it.

      1. Radha Arvindh

        Yes Mullai.Here u get such smaller ones only and moreover Raw banana's doesn't stay for more than 2 days.They ripe very soon,even if u buy very very raw ones that's the state.Sometimes it might look raw outside but then when u cut u would find them riped.This one which I have used is slightly bigger.There is a place called south hall(Desi area,that's how they term it as)U get all Indian vegetables and groceries at this place.Would be trying out in another 2-3hrs..This is going to be our evening snack today!!!!!


        Radha Arvindh 

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