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Banana Chips – Banana Thin and Crispy Wafers

Banana Chips  – Banana Thin and Crispy Wafers

Banana wafers are an easy and simple recipe prepared with raw bananas. These raw banana chips are perfect accompaniment to evening tea, especially in fast. You can make these crispy and crunchy wafers anytime as desired. If you want to add more taste to your snack sprinkle a bit of spices or  chaat masala over the chips.

Here is a step by step easy recipe with pictures to make Thin and crispy banana wafers. Serve these lip smacking, crusty and crispy banana wafer with a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. Everyone will surely relish eating them.

Directions

Getting ready:

Heat enough oil in a wok to fry the bananas. Meanwhile mix ½ tsp salt to the water and stir to dissolve it completely.

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Thoroughly rinse the bananas. Then take a banana at a time and peel its skin. Remove the green skin of the banana. Slight chop off the both the ends of banana.

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Making:

Check if the oil is heated well. For this, bring your hand over the wok and you can feel the heat. The oil for frying the wafers should be medium hot.

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Take chips cutter and slice the banana like this directly into the wok. After a while flip the chips using a ladle. Keep the flame medium while frying the chips. You can also cut off the chips on a separate plate and then fry them. We are cutting these chips very thinly instead of making them thick.

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When the chips have fried a little, add ½ tsp water into it and stir them again. The oil has started crackling due to water, now stir the chips at regular intervals and continue frying until the oil comes to normal temperature again.

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Now as the oil has reached normal temperature, take out banana wafer on a ladle and break to check to if it turned crispy or not. Chips appear crispy, drain them out from the oil.

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For draining out the chips, take a slotted sieve and place the chips over it using a perforated ladle. Hold the sieve over the wok so that the excess oil drains back to the wok. Place these fried chips over a plate covered with tissue paper to remove the excess oil. Likewise peel another banana and cut to make chips from it. It takes 5 minute to fry the chips at once.

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Crispy and super tasty banana wafer are ready to serve. Making these chips is really easy.

banana chips

Serving:

Serve these lip smacking, crusty and crispy banana wafer with a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. Everyone will surely relish eating them. We have mixed some salt to the water so these wafers are equally salted but if you need to make them spicier then sprinkle some more salt, chaat masala or black pepper powder.

banana wafers

Suggestions

  • While cutting the wafers, you can do it over the wok directly. But it is much better that you cut them in a plate first as you won’t get any heat on your hands.
  • Drop the chips one by one in the wok. Add some water once the chips are little brown and mix well. Keep a little more care about this. Drain out the chips on a plate covered with absorbent paper to remove excess oil.
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Recipe type: snacks
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Raw banana – 4 (600 grams)
  • Water – 2 tbsp
  • Salt – 1 tsp or to taste
  • Oil – for frying
Instructions
  1. Heat enough oil in a wok to fry the bananas. Meanwhile mix ½ tsp salt to the water and stir to dissolve it completely.
  2. Thoroughly rinse the bananas. Then take a banana at a time and peel its skin. Remove the green skin of the banana. Slight chop off the both the ends of banana.
  3. Check if the oil is heated well. For this, bring your hand over the wok and you can feel the heat. The oil for frying the wafers should be medium hot.
  4. Take chips cutter and slice the banana like this directly into the wok. After a while flip the chips using a ladle. Keep the flame medium while frying the chips. You can also cut off the chips on a separate plate and then fry them. We are cutting these chips very thinly instead of making them thick.
  5. When the chips have fried a little, add ½ tsp water into it and stir them again. The oil has started crackling due to water, now stir the chips at regular intervals and continue frying until the oil comes to normal temperature again.
  6. Now as the oil has reached normal temperature, take out banana wafer on a ladle and break to check to if it turned crispy or not. Chips appear crispy, drain them out from the oil.
  7. For draining out the chips, take a slotted sieve and place the chips over it using a perforated ladle. Hold the sieve over the wok so that the excess oil drains back to the wok. Place these fried chips over a plate covered with tissue paper to remove the excess oil. Likewise peel another banana and cut to make chips from it. It takes 5 minute to fry the chips at once.
  8. Crispy and super tasty banana wafer are ready to serve. Making these chips is really easy.
  9. Serve these lip smacking, crusty and crispy banana wafer with a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. Everyone will surely relish eating them. We have mixed some salt to the water so these wafers are equally salted but if you need to make them spicier then sprinkle some more salt, chaat masala or black pepper powder.

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