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Nov 10, 2008

Banana Pepper Fries

Banana Pepper Fries
Delicious Fries made with banana peppers dipped in wheat flour

When I visited the groceries last time, these bright yellow chilies (Banana Peppers) caught my attention. Just picked those and brought home (of course I paid for those!). At first I thought of making chutney with these, but ended up with making these delicious fries. (I stored some chilies in the freezer for chutney of course!)
Let's see the recipe:


Ingredients:
Banana Peppers
  • Banana Peppers – 3
  • Wheat Flour – 1 cup
  • A pinch of Soda
  • Baking Powder – ½ tsp
  • Salt as required
  • Oil to deep fry
Method:
  1. Remove stalk and deseed the yellow chilies and cut into long thin strips like in the picture. Keep aside.
  2. Meanwhile, prepare the batter by adding required water along with the baking powder + Soda + Salt to the wheat flour. 
  3. The batter shouldn’t be too thick or too thin. It should be thick enough to dip the chilies so that the chilies are coated well with the batter.
  4. Heat the oil in a deep-bottomed pan. Dip each chili strip in the wheat flour batter and drop carefully in the hot oil. 
  5. Deep-fry till the chili fries turn golden brown and remove from the oil. Repeat the same process with remaining batter.
  6. Spread these fries on a paper towel to remove excess oil. Enjoy the chili fries with your favorite dip. 
  7. Yummy!!


Banana Pepper Fries

Rain, Rain, Rain
Yes, I was showered with many awards by dear friends, though I don’t need an umbrella for this! I am enjoying it! Here goes:

VidhaasInspiration Award

ArundhutiChocoholic Award

VibaasInspiration Award

Thank you so much for your sweet gestures friends!

45 comments:

Priya said... [Reply]

Delicious crispy fries...simply superb Uma..

Divya Vikram said... [Reply]

Congrats on all the awards Uma. And that is too innovative to make fries with chilies.Perfec tom munch on..

Cham said... [Reply]

The chilies are great for kiddos :) Lack of spice in those right? We call it bhajji millaigai :)

DEESHA said... [Reply]

wow ... looks soooo delicious .. perfect for winters .. congrats on the awards

Sangeeth said... [Reply]

perfect for a rainy day uma...and congrats on the awards!

raaji said... [Reply]

they look real crispy uma......i didnt find these chillies near the place i live......

Kalai said... [Reply]

Delicious looking fries, Uma! Congrtas on all of the awards! :)

anudivya said... [Reply]

How interesting and new! Lovely Uma... I am still drooling over the variety jamuns...

sowmya said... [Reply]

nice fritters with chillies..looks yumm..

LG said... [Reply]

Chilli fries look crisp and perfect for that rain you are experiencing ;) congrats on all your awards

aparna said... [Reply]

Looks delicious uma.

jayasree said... [Reply]

Thats very innovative fritters. I usually make bajjis out of it , sometimes stuffed versions.

Sagari said... [Reply]

mouthwatering fries uma

Suma Rajesh said... [Reply]

hey uma...just saw u too got the same awards but i too like to pass the same :) plzz accept from my side too...ur chilli fries makes me drool now..

G.Pavani said... [Reply]

it is making me tempting to have a small piece from ur bowl can i have uma dear

RAKS KITCHEN said... [Reply]

Yummy,I would finish the whole plate my self!!Looks so crisp!

Vij said... [Reply]

Crispy n perfect!!! chai n this - one heavenly combo!

Lore said... [Reply]

I could eat all the fries in your pic and even ask for more! I've never tried making pepper fries, will have to remedy that soon ;)
Thanks for sharing them with the Original Recipes gang!

Bhawana said... [Reply]

Uma this wud be delicious for sure. crispy looks tempting me

rekhas kitchen said... [Reply]

congrats on all u r awards uma superb snack yellow mirchi karam undava

Yasmeen said... [Reply]

Congrats on all your fitting awards! Crunchy chili fries with a hot beverage is cozy idea of warming up in the cold weather:)

Usha said... [Reply]

Congrats on all your awards, the chili fries look yum !

Kitchen Flavours said... [Reply]

We get this type of chillies here also. I will try this with those chillies. Nice and innovative recipe.

Madhavi said... [Reply]

This is awesome, crispy and tasty fries!!!

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said... [Reply]

hi uma
theses are my favourites...nice pictures and well made.

Ramya Bala said... [Reply]

wow uma...thats so tempting..
actually,i use to make onion pakoras with wheat flour....with chilli is new and luv it...

Cilantro said... [Reply]

Love anything spicy Uma, it is raining here and Chilli fries make me drool.

meeso said... [Reply]

These are neat, I can imagine how they would taste... I love the yellow color of the pepper!

Sig said... [Reply]

I love how crispy and dry they look... not at all oily... :) I could use a snack right about now...

Bharathy said... [Reply]

Wow!thats a real Rain of Awards Uma!:)Congrats!..and enjoy them :)

The fritters are so crispy and light..wheat flour batter is new to me and sounds more intersting and simple as I whip up the regular bajji(gram+rice flour) flour as the batter for the coating :)
Lovely snack!

Tight Hugs for placing those wonderful words in Kiran's place, Uma..no words to Thank You :)..

G.Pavani said... [Reply]

thank u uma dear for ur lovely comments

rekhas kitchen said... [Reply]

hamma munaga chettu yekkistunnara meeku inni vantalu yelatelusu adi cheppandi mundu he he hee kiddin uma vanta ante pichi ante

Roshni Mitra Chintalapati said... [Reply]

sounds really good! Just like your biscuit gulab jamuns! You have such great imagination!!

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Jayashree said... [Reply]

What a lovely idea. Great entry.

Medhaa said... [Reply]

you sure can get creative, they look crisp and perfect.

Sireesha said... [Reply]

Chilli fries look crisp and perfect for that rain ... congrats on all your awards Uma:)

Rosie said... [Reply]

Delicious crispy chilli fries Uma!!

Many congrats on your awards enjoy them sweetie :)

Uma ... I have tagged you to bake bread for a cause. Hope you don’t mind....

The link is here...

http://rosiebakesapeaceofcake.blogspot.com/2008/11/buttery-brioche-bread-baked-with.html

Cheers Rosie x

AnuSriram said... [Reply]

That looks so nice and spicy... Congrats on ur awards!

Mandira said... [Reply]

banana peppers are perfect for frying... :)

Vanamala said... [Reply]

sounds interesting...i like this recipe

karuna said... [Reply]

they look so crispy...perfect with chai....

Kalai said... [Reply]

Pls drop by my blog for a sweet surprise! :)

Madhuram said... [Reply]

Such a neat idea Uma. The fries look very cute.

Madhuram said... [Reply]

I made these just now using red, yellow and green pepper strips Uma and they tasted very good. Nice idea of using whole wheat flour instead of chickpea flour. I also added some rice flour, so it was very crispy. Thanks for the recipe.

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