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23 December, 2010

Kachhe kele ki pili sabji

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I am here almost after 2 weeks. This is going to be my 1st post with pics attached. So, without much fuss, I can assure that for many of you, this vegetable is going to be a new taste. But try it once & you are sure going to like it, if you are anything into Indian cuisines.

U will need: 3-4 Raw banana, 3-4 tbspn pili sarso, 8-10 cloves garlic, 2 tspn panchforan, 2 dry red chilli,1 tspn turmeric powder, 1 tbspn chilli powder, mustard oil & salt.

Trim the ends of banana. Cut each in 2-3 pieces. Soak for 5 minutes in water. Peel off the skin. Cut 1/4 inches thick slices of each. Deep fry the slices in oil for 1 minute. keep aside on a paper.
Make a fine paste of sarso & garlic.In the end, add turmeric powder, chilli powder & run mixer for 30 seconds.
Heat kadai/pan well. Add oil. Add dry red chilli (broken into two pieces each) & panchforna. Add the paste of spices. Saute for next 10 minutes on medium flame. Add banana slices. Mix well. Cook for 1 more minute. Add water(2-3 katori). Cook on low flame for 8-10 minutes. Do not make the gravy thick as it will thicken more after you r done cooking. So, always switch off the stove when there is a little more gravy than u really need.
Taste best, when served with rice.

Tip of the Day: Use banana, which r used for vegetables, not the one which we buy as a fruit.
Make sure, the masala-paste is very fine.

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3 thoughts on : Kachhe kele ki pili sabji

  • Anonymous
    May 7, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    Awesome
    I have been looking for this recipe since long time. Though I have tasted many versions of raw banana recipe, but this one is the best, kofta can give some competition but i still far away.

  • May 7, 2015 at 2:33 pm

    Hey anonymous, thanx.
    You may also try shallow frying the banana pieces before adding to gravy. It will increase the taste.
    & yes I too make a lot of variety of raw bananas vegetables.

  • April 30, 2016 at 7:13 am

    very good blog! i am very happy for use this blog! it is my first time visit i here. Awesome recipe and great photography. looks so tasty recipe. thankyou for shearing this information with us!chowringhee satyaniketanr

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