Pazham Porichatu (fried Plantain/Banana) is one of the snacks served in Kerala, India. It is made from slices of ripe Ethapazam or Nanthrapazam which is fried plain in Coconut Oil. It is different from the famous Banana Fry since the slices of Bananas are not dip into a batter.

Pazham Porichatu is a very simple snacks to prepare, but  it is more tasty than any other fried bananas I tasted  because it is fried in Coconut oil and the sweetness comes from the bananas itself. 

It is served drizzled with sugar or none at all with hot coffee and tea. 


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