Jan 18, 2014

Homemade banana chips

Had some raw bananas that one of my neighbourhood friends shared with us. Niks asked me to make some chips for evening snack. So I decided to use up the bananas so that they can serve as snack for the evening and as school snack the next day. Making these chips is very simple. All you need is bananas, salt and oil and of course a little patience

These chips stay fresh for about a week if stored properly in an airtighht container. My kid loved them so much that he keeps asking me make them again. Planning to make some more today evening
Serves... makes a small batch
Serve option... Room Temp

This is what u'll need...

Raw bananas - 2
Oil - for frying
Salt to taste

Here is the stir....
  • Pick a firm raw banana for this purpose
  • Peel the skin of the banana using a peeler
  • Heat oil in a kadhai till high
  • Use a slicer to thinly slice the bananas directly into the oil. Give it a str and reduce the flame to medium
  • Keep stirring the chips and cook till crisp and done. Chips will stop bubbling once they are done
  • Remove the chips from oil and drain them on paper towel to remove excess oil
  • Sprinkle a little salt on the chips and give it a good toss
  • Let it come down to room temperature and transfer it to an airtight container
  • Pick a handful anytime and enjoy munching
                                  • Keep salt on the lower side as it tends to get salty in just a pinch
                                  • When the chips are cooked through they stop bubbling in oil

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