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Ripe Banana Paniyaram

Potassium in Banana protects cardiovascular system, guards against high blood pressure and stroke. Consumption of banana helps in digestion. My kid loves banana and it will be always in our grocery shopping list.  My little one won't eat banana, if the banana skin has black marks(too ripe). Once the banana becomes ripe, I either make this simple ripe banana paniyaram or Strawberry Banana Muffins or Banana Walnut Bread or Vegan Banana Chocolate chips Muffins. Please check below for step by step instuctions for preparing Ripe Banana Paniyaram.

Preparation Time:      5 mins
Cook Time :                15 mins
Ready in :                   20 mins
Yields :                        21 paniyarams

All Purpose Flour / Maida
1.5 Cups
4 tbsp
Ripe Banana
1/2 Cup
Coconut small pieces
1/4 Cup
Cardamom powder 

  • Mash ripe banana using fork in a bowl and keep it ready. 

  • Take Jaggery in 1 cup of lukewarm water and allow it to dissolve. Once the jaggery dissolves, filter jaggery water using strainer to remove dirt.
  •  Add all purpose flour, mashed banana, jaggery water, coconut, cardamom powder and salt. Prepare a batter similar to dosa batter by adding water (if needed). As I didn't had fresh coconut, I have added desiccated coconut.

  •  Heat paniyaram pan. Add 1/4 tsp of oil in each paniyaram hole. 

Egg PaniyaramEgg Paniyaram

  • Pour batter in each hole. Cover it with lid and cook till paniyaram edges turn golden colour. Reduce to low flame and Carefully turn paniyaram using stainless rod or spoon. Cook till other side also turns golden colour or when the stainless rod inserted in the centre of paniyaram should come clean.

Ripe banana sweet / banana paniyaram / Pazha paniyaram / Sweet Paniyaram / Vazhai Pazha Paniyaram

I have added less jaggery. Adjust Jaggery to your taste. If you have sweet tooth, add more jaggery.
Adding coconut is optional. Add small coconut pieces to give crunchy taste to paniyaram.


  1. quite a quick fix used to be my childood snack.

  2. simple and healthy snack. I add a wee bit of baking soda too to the mix ..

  3. we also make this, though not in a paniyaram pan, we fry as is... :) looks yum...

  4. I don't have the pan but would love to try this lovely sweet snack. Of course, its also a great way of using ripe bananas for the simple burst of tastes.

  5. I make this all the time and we love it.

  6. That wud make an yummilicious snack :)


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