Banana · beginner · coconut · dry fruit

Dryfruits Banana Momos

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In Kerala we have a  sweet snack we make with rice flour dough, coconut and sweetener,  in our area we call it kozhukatta. And there is another famous sweet snack called called unnakaya made with Banana and sweet filling but it is fried.  This Dry fruit Banana is a marriage of both 🙂 😉 Its steamed bananas with dryfruit sweet filling.
Banana is something that is always available at our home,  mom always keep it stocked because steamed bananas are one of her easy way out sides for breakfast :),   and all of us love to much on some bananas for evening snack. And I believe I have posted a lot of Banana recipes in here already to prove that 🙂  Bananas always ignite my creativity 😉

 

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Banana · cardamom · Dessert · dry fruit · easy · Fruits · Ghee · Indian · milk · nut · Payasam · raisin · ripe plaintain · sago · south indian · sugar · Sweet Dish · vegetarian

Banana Payasam

As I have mentioned once, I love banananana…

But my one of my couzin brozz hate it… he hate it with a passion.. he hate all type if fruit.. And I made this one specially for him 😉

Evil me even offered to smack his head if didn’t eat the whole cup I served him 😛 😉

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all purpose flour · baking powder · cherry · cooking oil · cornflour · Custard · Dessert · dry fruit · egg · flour · fruit · Fruits · medium · milk · nut · olive oil · Olive oil cake · Pudding · sugar · Sweet Dish · sweetener · vanilla essence · water

Fruit Trifle

“Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first.” ~Ernestine Ulmer

Esp. when the dessert is a Fruit Trifle. 😉

Rich with lots of cake, fruits and custard, fruit trifle is one of my favorite desserts.One of restaurants we often visits always have fruit trifle as one of the desserts for their Sunday buffet, that is where I tasted this heaven for the first time and then all our visits to that restaurant were for their buffet special fruit trifle.

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