Spicy banana chips recipe
- Cuisine: Indian
I saw these being made in a hill station called Kumili one rainy evening; I have to say they are very Moorish, and perfect with a cold beer. When I ate them they were just plain, so I’ve add the sea salt & chilli powder for a little bit of a kick.
500G Unripe bananas
Hot chilli powder
Vegetable oil for frying
If you have a wok then this is great for frying these otherwise just use a deep sauce pan. The oil needs to be about 190°C/375°F.
Peel and thinly slice the bananas, deep fry them until golden brown, remove with a slotted onto kitchen paper & drain.
Place in a bowl and sprinkle with the sea salt & chilli powder.
Serve with a good cold beer!
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