Friday, June 8, 2012

Ethappazham (Ripe Plantain) Halwa


Ingredients:
  • Ripe plantain 8
  • Cardamom pdr ½ to 1 Tsp
  • Sugar 1½ cup
  • Water ½ cup
  • Ghee 1 cup
Boil water and sugar in a heavy bottom pan and add the chopped ripe plantain. Combine well with sugar and cook it. Mash it with the back of a big spoon. Slowly add ghee into it. Stir and add cardamom pdr into this. Then transfer it into a greased plate or to a tray and spread it evenly using a spoon. Cool it and cut it into desired shape.


[Recipe courtesy: Lekshmi Nair, Magic Oven.]

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32 comments:

  1. My Mom used to make this halwa .............. nice pic & great presentation ...........

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  2. This needs a lot of patience and constant stirring, right?

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  3. Insanely good,Tina! I've had this halwa once before, thanks for the recipe.

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  5. Tina you done awesome job. It is addictive yes.

    I made this halwa Nenthrapazham Halwa

    I reduced sugar and ghee still they taste great.

    Favorite recipes event: Cakes

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  6. Never tasted this halwa..looks delicious..

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  7. Tina, this halwa is really mouthwatering. Delicious....

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  8. Hi Tina ,

    looks delicious..

    Nicely presented Tina:)

    http://www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  9. Halwa looks yummy...will try next time sure.. :)

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  10. halwa using ethapazham..cool tina..looks yummy!!

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  11. simply love the recipe...u have made it so colourful..looks very tempting,,
    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  12. Looks awesome..Pass me a piece Teena.

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  13. I find that it is easier to make with the regular bananas but then the flavour is different.

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  14. looks appetizing. love it. time consuming but worth it.

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  15. Makes me hungry,super tempting and irresistible halwa..

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  16. I have tasted this when we went on a trip to Kerala a few years back, loved it. Looks pretty easy. Can I use regular ripe bananas?

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  17. looks so easy to prepare and delicious...lovely!

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  18. One of my fav..it gets over in minutes at home. Too good Tina!

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  19. wow, its delicious. never had this. looks like it slides thro the throat :)

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  20. looks so delicious, and beautiful clicks..

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  21. delicious dear...inviting you to join street party food event in my blog.

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