Thursday, March 21, 2013

Kaya Pola

This is a famous tea time snack in malabar side.Very easy to make and good for kids too.Thisis also called Mutta Marichathu.We can make this on stove top and even bake this.



















Ingredients:

2 Large Kerala Bananas
5 medium sized or 4 large Eggs
8 to 10 tbsps Sugar
1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
1/4 c Milk
10 to 15 Cashewnuts broken
1 tbsp Ghee


















Method:

1.Cut the bananas in lenght wise not so thick or so thin.
2.In a frying pan heat ghee and fry the cashewnuts and keep aside.
3.In same ghee saute the cut bananas til light golden color.
4.Keep this aside.
5.In a bowl lightly beat eggs,milk,sugar and cardamom powder.
6.Mix the fried bananas to this egg mixture.
7.Pour this to the same frying pan and spread evenly.
8.Put the fried cashewnuts all over.
9.Cook covered on very low flame for 15 to 20 mins or the centre is fully done.


















10.You can  also bake this in the oven ,grease a tin and pour the mixture to the tin.
11.Cover the tin with foil.
12.Bake at 180 degree c for 15 to 20 mins or till done.
13.Take out when done and allow it to cool slightly.
14.Cut and serve.

15 comments:

Akila said...

Very new n interesting dish to me.. Bookmarked dear
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Rafeeda AR said...

this looks so yummy, faji... :)

Ms.Chitchat said...

Interesting recipe, new to me, can i make this without eggs?Looks nice.

Lavanya T R said...

Nice recipe...looks great
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divya said...

awesome and drooling recipe

Suja Manoj said...

Quick and delicious snack..my favorite too.

Priya Suresh said...

Love to finish that whole plate rite now,irresistible and seriously tempting snack.

Sanoli Ghosh said...

Very new to me. Looks absolutely delicious.

jehanne@thecookingdoctor said...

looks delicious, and perfect with chai..:-)

Arthy Suman said...

hmmm...im speechless...

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fajeeda said...

thanx to all..

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fajeeda said...

thanx a lot..

Rafna Ashraf said...

looks so yummy!!! very interesting... I'll soon prepare this.. Thanks Faji for introducing this

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