Thursday, August 12, 2010

Ethapazham/Nenthra pazham chuttathu (oven roasted plantain)




Hello Friends,

I feel so bad for not catching up with your posts and for not updating mine too. I think for me active bloggging is not possible for a couple more months.For me winter is the best time for blogging when we dont go out much and have so much time to kill.Eventhough the word Winter itselves scares me I have blogging to look forward too.
I am also excited about our vaccation next month. We are going on to India for 4 weeks. My little boy is going to turn 2 years in september so we are planning to have a small party there with his grandparents ,friends and family. I have already started shopping which never makes me tired.I have to get some gifts for my close family and friends.
I dont have any recipe today I am posting a simple snack which my mother used to make in aduppu(grilling on charcoal),we call it chutta pazham .

Ingredients

Ripe plantains

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 200 degree celcious.Place the plantains in the oven and cook for 20 minutes.Allow it cool down .Remove the skin and enjoy !!

20 comments:

Kairali sisters said...

Adipoli, ethapazham puzhugytathu ente fav anu, eny engane cheythu nokkam ketto..

Swathi said...

Puzhungiya ethapazham looks delicious Vineetha. I love them in any form.

Sarah Naveen said...

ente grandma ingane aduppil ittu undakkarundu...its good for kids alle??? karakkavum madiyum koodi ayappo bloggil illa angane alle?
appo nattil pokarayi,..i know ur excitement....
mm..adichu polikku....

Sreelekha Sumesh said...

ayyo vini ethivide kittane ella.Nenthra pazham kazhichathu nattilullapozha.Ethu hubby de vettil ammomma undakarundu:).nattil pokan thidukayi alle?

Suman Singh said...

this recipe of oven roasted plantain is new to me..never had this before..looks yumm..btw, advance birthday wishes to your son..god bless..

Hari Chandana said...

Lovely post.. thank you :)

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Plantain roast looks well made. Happy birthday to your son in advance.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

AshKuku said...

After a long time... I hope all is fine... Glad to c u back with a yummy looking plantain stuff.... :)

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

Gulmohar said...

This is so nostalgic...Thanks to oven we could recreate the magic, alle? cool idea da..

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Simple and yummy! Hope you enjoy your incoming trip....

Pavithra Srihari said...

I have never heard about this recipe in the first place .. this looks divine i shouls say

Nitha said...

Yeah.. nostalgic as said by Nami.. My mom used to make it.. aduppil ettittu... athinte porathu korachu ghee and sugar koode aayall.. hmm.. vaayil kappal oodikkam :)

kothiyavunu.com said...

ente cheriya moolude favannu ethu..njan eppolum undakkum..ur looks adipoli..moonu ethu ishtaannoo???

Rachana said...

This is such a lovely post! Hope you enjoy your India trip :-)

Suja Sugathan said...

wow nalla idea yanu..will give this a try.

PranisKitchen said...

vineetha thats a very good idea.. aduppillathappol inganeyum cheyyam good good ..
Advanced wishes da. enjoy ur vaccation.

An Open Book said...

have an awesome time at home...and yes i completely understand what you mean about winter..i dread it!!

Ms.Chitchat said...

Have a nice vacation. Nenthram pazham chuttathu looks delicious,one of my favourite too.

Ranjani said...

hey everybody...this is ranju urf a big fan of vineetha...god..she's absolutely blessed wid wot v say "kaipunyam"...!!!had d luxury to hav a wonderful chicken biriyani prepared by her today!!it was realy awesome!!!cheers to u dear!!!

Yummy Team said...

Nenthrapazham chuttathu akndittu sharikkum kothiyakkunnu..Ente ammummayum pandu engane chuttu thararundarunnu..Love it!! Idea kollam..Eni nalla ethapazham kittumbol try cheythu nokkam..

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