Pazham pori also known as ethakka appam is a fritter food with ripened banana or plantain and maida flour. A popular food item in South Indian cuisines, it is generally eaten as a breakfast or a snack.
Pazham pori is principally made from bananas or plantain. It is slit lengthwise after peeling and is dipped into a batter made from all purpose flour, salt,turmeric powder and sugar. This is then deep fried in oil until golden brown.
Pazham pori is served usually along with tea or chai as a snack in the evening. In some restaurants pazham pori is served along with beef.
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