Vazhapoo Thoran/Banana flower stir fry



Did I tell u that my mom is one of those ppl who makes super yummy dishes from super simple ingredients!!
This is one such dish…:-)

She makes most of the specialty dishes like this is her fav cast iron skillet and till date I believe that it’s her magic skillet..
Anything and everything that comes out of it drooooool worthy

I always nag my mom telling…see I followed the recipe you said and it didn’t come out that well…
…. probably you should pass me the Magic Iron skillet …:-)
Ya, I have my eye set on it...it will be in travelling from Kerala to Singapore soon:-)

Anyways back to the recipe…


You will need
1 Small banana flower
8 shallots
2 tbspn Whole Urud dal
2 stems Curry leaves
3 table spoons grated Coconut
½ Turmeric powder
Salt to taste
½ tspn chili powder
½ tspn Jeera
1 tspn coconut oil

Peel off the first 2-3 layers of the banana flower till the color of the flower starts to lighten.
Finely chop the banana flower . Now let it soak in water for a few minutes and drain.

Heat oil in a skillet.
Add the urud dal. Once it starts to brown, add the chopped shallots and curry leaves and stir fry for a minute
Add the banana flower, salt, turmeric and ¼ cup water.
Cover and cook on low flame for 10-15 minutes
Meanwhile mix the coconut, chilli powder and jeera in a mortar or you can use a blender and blend it for few seconds.
Once the water is almost absorbed, add the coconut mix to the cooked banana flower and stir fry for 2-3 minutes..























Off this goes to KeralaKitchen

15 Comments:

  1. delicious thoran...all time fav...it makes me hungry at any time...

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  2. Healthy and nutritious thoran.

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  3. This is one of my fav thoran...really miss my mom's dishes out here..

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  4. Such a healthy,delicious and nutritious thoran..

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  5. Hi
    I am rani,
    Happy to follow you
    I tasted this curry, One of my kerala friend's house. Thanks for sharing. I like to invite you to visit my blog.

    cheers
    rani

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  6. delicious..mom's recipes are always the best :)

    US Masala

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  7. Dear Ramya,

    Thanks for taking a peek into my blog.
    Mom's have some magical power I guess .... may be the vast experience they have makes all the difference. Any dish with Banana flower is a fav of mine. But I am too lazy for all the hard work that goes before that :-D
    You have a lovely blog .... I luv your photographs too.

    Happy Cooking ....

    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.cpm

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  8. Nutritious recipe and a nice blog
    http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  9. Looking yummy!
    I made a similar vazhapu preparation for the exact same event - never got to post it in time :(

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  10. Love vazhaipoo thoran, back home...Mommy makes it quite often

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