Unni Madhuram Recipe / Sweet Banana Dumplings / ഉണ്ണി മധുരം2016-03-07
- Yield : 10
- Servings : 4
- Prep Time : 10m
- Cook Time : 10m
- Ready In : 20m
Unni Madhuram Recipe / Sweet Banana Dumplings / ഉണ്ണി മധുരം
Unni Madhuram is an easy snack and can make it within no time. You can make this with both Nentra Pazham and Cherupazham like Poovan, Kadhali, Robust etc. This is a quick, easy and delicious evening snack. If you don’t want to fry, you can mix and have it like ladoo also.
It is an authentic Kerala recipe which is prepared especially as an Iftar dish during Ramadan. Tryout this yummy and simple sweet snack at your home.
- Ripe Banana / Nentra Pazham - 2 nos ( finely chopped )
- Bread Slices - 5 nos
- Sugar - 4 tbsp
- Roasted Cashew Nuts - 10 nos ( crushed )
- Roasted Raisins - 10 nos
- Ghee - 1/2 tsp
- Cardamom Powder - 1/4 tsp
- Coconut Oil - 2 cup
Make bread crumbs by crushing bread slices in a mixer. Keep aside.
Take a bowl and add chopped banana, half of the bread crumbs, roasted cashew nuts, roasted raisins, ghee, cardamom powder and sugar. Mix well with hand and make a dough.
Then make small balls out of the dough. Roll each balls in the remaining bread crumbs and make even balls.
Heat coconut oil in a pan and deep fry each balls on medium flame until golden brown colour.
Drain the excess oil with a tissue paper.
Tasty Unni Madhuram is ready.
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