Grilled bananas laced with ghee
For JFI-Ghee

Plantains/Cooking bananas (medium ripe) - As many as you wish
Ghee - 1 tbsp for up to 5 plantains

Split bananas into half and cut each piece into two. Heat a grill pan, brush with ghee. When the grill is medium hot, keep the bananas over the grill, flat side down, and cook for 2-3 minutes. Brush the top with some ghee and turn it over to the other side. Grill till the pieces are cooked through (color changes to a deeper shade of yellow). Serve hot. Optional topping – honey


Maneka Nirmal said...

that was a nice recipe...btw,couldn't get u on phone,where were u ? i think u r busy.. appo pinne kaanam...

Shah cooks said...

oh my my. this can replace my craving for pazham vazhatiyathu.what a photo. thanks.

Gattina Cheung said...

The ingredients are basic but I believe it's the way to bring out the genuine and pure flavor! Cooked fruit is almost non-exist in Chinese cuisine, I'm learning something new everyday! Archana, I also like the way you styling the dish, very pretty indeed.

Anil P said...

What wonderful things well lighted food does to our food senses.

Your pictures are nicely taken.

Mamatha said...

You make even the most simple recipe look most elegant. As always, beautiful picture.

Anonymous said...

Hi Archana,
Very nice presentation. This is Shoma's favorite snack to eat. She makes it all the time when what I really need it pazham porichathu.


Krithika said...

Simple and elegant. Lovely presentation. Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Archana, you are a natural food stylist. That picture is so stunning. Couldn't help staring at it. You should submit it for "Does my Blg Look Good in This'.

FH said...

WOW!! How simple and how brilliant, Archana!! I don't know how you come up with these wonderful recipes with great pics too!!

Shammi said...

Hi Archana, you really take beautiful photos! That grilled banana looks wonderful.

Shah cooks said...

by the way archana, we tried ur rasavada today and the rasam and vada was too good. so simple yet absolutely vada turned a little hard though. any idea why?

Anonymous said...

Archana, it looks fabulous. Pardon my asking but are you a food stylist at your day job? :)

Menu Today said...

Hi Archana,
Lovely picture and simple recipe.
Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Once again a great pic archana...have u taken any photography course? ur pic looks so professional!!!:)

Anonymous said...

Those grill marks on the plantains are PERFECT ! Beautiful presentaion

Prema Sundar said...

Ima not going to say anything new Archana. As everyone said the picture is awesome!!
I haven't grilled anything and this recipe of urs tempts me to do it.. I will someday..

Anonymous said...

You really amaze me with your photography & styling skills(in addition to the obvious cake making skills :-)). You are simply great dear.. Such a simple dish but I cant take my eyes off this beautiful picture.Btw I tried your tomato rice recipe without the cream and now this is my fav method for tomato rice. That was yummy. Thanks for sharing

wheresmymind said...

Great grill marks!! I love that it is "LACED" with ghee ;)

Mrs. K said...

ആഹഹ..എത്ര മനോഹരമായിട്ടാ ഒരു കഷണം പഴം വാട്ടിയതിനെ അലങ്കരിച്ചു വെച്ചിരിക്കുന്നത്. പഴം വേവിക്കാന്‍ ഞങ്ങള്‍ക്കൊക്കെ അറിയാം, പക്ഷെ ഇതു കുട്ടിയുടെ മാത്രം കഴിവ്. ഒരു ഗ്രില്‍ പാന്‍ കുറെനാളായി എന്റെ വിഷ് ലിസ്റ്റിലിരിക്കുന്നു. പഴത്തിന്റെ ഭംഗി കന്ടിട്ട് ഇനിയും നീട്ടിക്കൊന്ടുപോകാന്‍ വയ്യ. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi! Archana, this is Rg. Grilled plantains looks wonderful. Nice presentation as always. The Picture is very tempting too. Will sure try this one out real soon. thanks a lot cooking Diva...!!

Anonymous said...

Rachal ray would die for this recipe if you just show her this pic. Just suggesting a way to make some extra bucks;)

Mandira said...

such an innovative idea, i loved the presentation archana. thanks for sharing.

Rooma said...

hmmm..... now i know what to do with the ripening banana at home...... looks simply delicious......

Jayashree said...

Wow!!! That's a fantastic photo...Iam not a big fan of ripe bananas....don't dislike it, but don't like it much either....but your pic, it makes it look so exotic!!

Chandrika said...

The photo is awesome and I bet the bananas are too!! Thanks Archana! :-)

Deepz said...

all ure pictures look gr8. the bananas look perfectly caramalised. ive never tried grilling fruits but im gonna give ure recipe a try.

KA said...

Pretty post Archana! Grilled that's a great idea.

Deepa Culinary World said...

this is a nice desert & mouthwatering too.thanks for sharing.

sudha said...

I always like your photos. I too make this dish on stovetop but i think i should buy a grill now. Thankyou.

Rachna said...

Hi Archana

great food and pictures!! Do you know what 'Ragi' is? and how do you make it?? is it only found in kerala?

Anonymous said...

Great presentation!!
Thanks for sharing!

archana said...

Thank you, now we know!

Thank you friend.

I agree,I love keeping it simple when it comes to using fruits as desserts.

Anil P
Thank you , welcome to Spicyana

Ahaaa, Faffer is back ! Thank you.

Vidhu. Shoma
Great minds!!!!!
Same goes here too, T loves pazam porichathu.

Thank you, in the photo, I have drizzled some honey all over, I am so happy that you liked it.

Thank you dear.

I am totally bowled over, thank you friend.

Foodie's Hope, Shammi,
Thank you so much for your kind words.

Just some suggestions.1) soaking dals longer 2) Fry for a shorter period of time. Thank you for trying out the dish, I am happy that you liked it.

THnak you for being so supportive Linda. No, I am not; I spend my time in a research lab during the day.

Menu Today
Thank you so much.

Thank you again. No I have not taken any, thank you for your kind words.

Priya S&S, Prema
Thank you so much for these words of encouragement.

Thank you for telling all these lovely words, I am just so excited. Thanks again for trying tomato rice recipe; I am so happy that you liked it.

Thank you.

Valare nandi RP, ninagalokke ingine parayumbol santhoham kondu ente thala karangum. Njanum kure nal wish list-il kondu nadannittanu grill pan vangiyathu, pakshe ippol snehakkuduthal kondu, onnude vangi.

Thank you friend, I just plainly love you, and don’t blame me for doing that.

Blushing, blushing, blushing!!!! Thank you.

Mandira , Rooma,Jayshree,Saffron, Chandrika
Thank you so much good folks.

Deepz , Deepa cooks, K & A, Sudha, Bhargavi
Thanks a bunch.

Welcome aboard, you will find ragi in almost all Indian grocery shops, and in some specialty flour shops. Ragi is finger millet; it is available and is used in many other parts of India.

Unknown said...

That picture says it all :) A beauty indeed...

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous presentation, Archana. Love the photo.

I have prepared InjiPennu's steam-cooked banana before and liked it. I'm very much tempted to try this grilled version too.

Brilynn said...

This is so pretty! And I would definitely be adding some nice honey on top.

Shah cooks said...

thanks Archana:Will try it again soon.


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