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5 banana
banana Banana is available in most of the parts of the world. Ripe banana has yellow color skin and white sweet pulp which is consumed as a fruit. Banana is also used in preparation of various desserts such as pudding, cake, pie, muffin. When raw, the skin is green and the...
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4 tablespoons rice flour
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2 tablespoons Semolina
Also known as : Sooji, Rava
Semolina is a coarse, gritty type of flour usually made from durum wheat. It is used in the production of pastas as it has high gluten content which adds onto the binding properties of the pasta and also adds to the taste. Other products made are, couscous, upma, sweets, etc....
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4 tablespoons maida
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1 teaspoons cinnamon powder
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1.5 tablespoons Caster sugar
Powdered sugar
Also known as : Caster sugar
Powdered sugar is very fine sugar. One can easily make it at home by grinding the normal sugar in mixer or with the help or grinder. Powdered sugar is also known as icing sugar and is used mostly in desserts as ingredient or as topping mixed with cream....
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4 pieces Raisin
Raisin Raisins are dried grapes. There are several varieties of raisins. Raisins are used in both sweet and savory dishes. It is also extensively used to add flavor to cookies, cakes, pudding and breakfast cereal....
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2 cups cooking oil for deep frying
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    Lives in : New Delhi India British / Indian - guy currently living in New Delhi , I grow my own basil, thyme and oregano my favorite three ingredients. Like to live organic/ healthy and cook as much as possible. Currently on a journey of world cuisine with

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    This is a south Indian dish I found on a Facebook group I follow for me this was the first time I cooked or tasted these I love to cook with fruits and banana is one of my favorites - The dish was simple to make and is great to snack on the weekend or at a tea party.
    • First knead the bananas to a mushy gooey batch.

    •  Then add all the ingredients and again mix them together nicely.

    • No need to add water or milk because the wetness of the bananas will be more than enough.

    •  It will end up in a gooey mixture. Make dumplings out of these and deep fry them in oil or ghee. Enjoy

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