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Ingredients

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4 Raw Nendran Bananas (Kaccha Kerala Kela)
500 ml Coconut Oil (Nariyal ka tel)
1 tbsp Salt (Namak)
250 ml Water (Paani)

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Traditional Banana Chips | Kele Ke Chips Recipe – Khanapoor

Features:
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
Cuisine:

A delicious snack for all reasons and seasons.

  • Serves 5
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Banana Chips are one of the tastiest and easiest dishes to prepare.

Banana Chips are 100% Vegan and Gluten Free and a great comfort food.

These Banana Chips are prepared with raw nendran bananas (Kaccha Kerala kela).

I have been eating these chips since as far as my memory can take me. I have always loved it. The delicious taste of the bananas (kela) with a thin and crispy texture of the chips makes it a heavenly snack.

It is a great snack to share with family and friends. In the case of Banana chips, more is always less. You can prepare it at anytime of the year. People of all ages simply love this lip smacking snack.

Now, let us see how to prepare this wonderful Banana Chips snack.

You will need raw nendran bananas (Kaccha Kerala kela). If you can not find these, you may use the regular raw bananas (kaccha kela) as well.

Kacche Kerala Kele - Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

Salt (Namak).

Namak - Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

Water (Paani).

Paani - Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

Coconut Oil (Nariyal ka tel) for deep frying. You may also use regular cooking oil (tel) as well.

Nariyal ka tel - Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

Take a knife, trim the edges and make small lengthwise incisions on the skin of the bananas (kela). Make sure you do not make any incisions on the banana (kela).

make incisions to the skin of the banana - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Place the bananas (kela) in water (paani) for 10 – 15 minutes.

Kelon ko paani mein daliye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Remove them from the water (paani). To gently remove the skin of the bananas with the help of a knife, pierce the tip of the knife in the incisions previously made.

dheere se chaku se kele ke chilke ko nikaliye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Gently peel off the skin of the bananas (kela).

Kele ke chilke ko nikaliye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

You will find that the skin comes off easily.

the skin comes off easily - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Similarly peel the other bananas (kela).

isi tarah se doosre kelon ko chiliye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Peeled raw nendran bananas (Kaccha Kerala kela).

chile hue kele - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Now, take a banana (kela) and make chips with a slicer.

slicer ki madat se kele ke chips banaiye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Make sure the chips are of equal size and thickness. Otherwise, it will be difficult to deep fry them. Spread the chips on the plate so that they do not stick to each other.

spread the chips on the plate - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Mix salt (namak) and water (paani).

Paani  - banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Heat coconut oil (nariyal ka tel) for deep frying.

tel - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Once it is hot, put the chips in it and turn the flame to medium. Make sure you fry it on a medium flame otherwise it will burn. Fry chips of one banana (kela) at a time.

chips ko tel mein daal ke taliye - Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

Keep flipping it. Once the colour of the chips starts to change to yellow, take the water (paani) infused with salt (namak) in a spoon and sprinkle it over the chips in the frying pan.

namak wala paani daliye - banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

The oil (tel) will start to sizzle. Keep flipping the chips.

cooking oil will sizzle once you add water - banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Once the sizzle stops.remove the chips from the kadhai (wok) as they are completely cooked.

chips ko kadhai se nikaliye - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Your yummy Banana Chips are readyyy!!!

kele ke chips tayyar hain - Banana chips recipe - Khanapoor

Enjoy it with a hot cup of coffee or tea.

Banana Chips Recipe - Khanapoor

P.S. Keep the banana chips in an air tight container, so that they stay crispy for a few days.

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Steps

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Step 1

Trim the edges of the raw nendran bananas (Kaccha Kerala Kela) and make small incisions lengthwise, around 5 on each banana skin (not on the banana).

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Done

Step 2

Place them in water (paani) for around 10 to 15 minutes.

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Done

Step 3

With a help of a knife, peel the bananas (kela) by inserting the tip of the knife in the incisions. It helps to peel the bananas (kela) easily. You can also peel the skin with your hands. Take 250 ml water (paani) and add 1 tbsp salt (namak) to it.

4
Done

Step 4

With a slicer, make banana (kela) chips. Make sure they are of even shape and size.

5
Done

Step 5

Heat coconut oil (nariyal ka tel) or any other cooking oil in a kadhai (wok). Once hot, add the chips to the hot oil (tel) and reduce the flame to medium so that they cook evenly. Keep flipping the chips.

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Done

Step 6

Once the colour of the chips starts changing to yellow, add 1 tbsp of salt water (namak wala paani) to the chips. The oil (tel) will start to sizzle. Keep flipping the chips.

7
Done

Step 7

Once the sizzling stops, the chips are ready to be removed from the kadhai (wok). Your Crispy Banana Chips are ready!!! Keep them in an air tight container.

Megha

Hello, I am Megha and I live in the city of Navi Mumbai. I was born and brought up in Mumbai. I am a third generation Mumbaikar. My native place is Bantwal which is in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. I am a MBA by qualification but my real passion is food which I found out a few years ago when I started to cook on a full fledged basis. I come from a family of foodies where everyone is a great cook irrespective of gender. We basically love and live food. So, I thought why not start writing a blog and share my love of food with everyone!!!

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