Pazhampori is nostalgic to many in several ways especially if you hail from Kerala. This is one popular snack Mommie's prepare for their kids after school.
My Mommie's sister Binu is nicknamed pazhampori for her love of the same. Growing up we were such thick pals that we shared the same love. My great grandfather used to buy this for us without fail when we were enjoying our school vacations.
He was such a gem of a person. We all used to adore him, was very healthy, and lived past 90.
Every month he used to visit us. I eagerly wait for him to come with his Gujarati Motichoor ladoos and lots of stuff. Appappa, how I wish you were there between us. Miss u too much.
Ripe bananas - 4 nos
Maida - 1 cup
Water - 1 cup
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Sugar - 2 tsp
Prepare the batter by mixing flour, salt, sugar, and water. Slice the bananas into pieces. Heat oil in a thick bottom pan. Dip the sliced bananas in the batter and deep fry till golden brown. Place a kitchen towel in a plate so as to absorb any excess oil and serve pazhampori hot with tea.
Don't forget to make Masala chai before you munch on this. It is a real treat!!!