Plantain Chips/ Banana Chips/ kele ke chips

Today I post “plantain chips” under
chips theme. In India, Plantain called by the name of Raw Banana or Kaccha Kela in Hindi.
Plantain are mostly using for cooking bananas.
In this recipe, mostly I’m using one way
to cook the chips i.e. frying method but you can use other methods also like
bake in oven or microwave. You can slice the chip’s main ingredients in
different shape like round, oval, long, ribbon whatever you like. Mostly I’m
trying more simple and easy method which suitable for everyone with less
equipment and ingredients.
Tomorrow 20 Feb., here we celebrate the
occasion of Mahashivratri (day of Lord Shivaji). So we can also use or eat this
chips in vrat or fast as a satvik bhojan.

Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin
B6 and contain moderate amounts of vitamin C, manganese and potassium.
Along with other fruits and vegetables, consumption of bananas may be
associated with a reduced risk of colorectal cancer and in women, breast
cancer and renal cell carcinoma. 

3 Plantain (raw banana)
Black pepper
Vegetable Oil for deep frying
Peel the raw banana and using the chip
slicer or sharp knife, slice the banana into thin and long shape like
(ribbons). Heat the oil in deep and heavy bottom vessel. Fry the chips in small
amount until crispy and golden, near about 5-10 minutes. Remove the chips on
kitchen towel and sprinkle salt and pepper. Serve with tea and any drink. You
can keep the chips in air tight container for few days.
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