Pazham Puzhungiyathu refers to steamed or boiled banana plantain which is usually served as breakfast food in Kerala, India. It is often served with Puttu and sweetened Rava Upma .

Pazham is the Malayalam word for Banana and Pazham Puzhungiyathu means steamed bananas/plantains in Malayalam.  There are different varieties of bananas in India used for cooking (frying, steaming, etc).  

The last 2 pictures are steamed banana (Pazham Puzhungiyathu) eaten with Atta Puttu for morning meal or breakfast in Allepey, Kerala, India.

Atta Puttu with Pazham

Atta Puttu eaten with Pazham Puzhungiyathu (Steamed banana/Plantain). Breakfast food in Allepey, Kerala, India

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