Raw Banana Cutlet | Vrat ka Khana
Raw Banana is Satvik
If one is allowed to eat these delectable Raw Banana Cutlet | Vrat ka Khana, I could fast every day. Vrat food is so exotic that we make it rarely and when you can eat to your heart’s content there is no fasting in it is there? But yes it is Satvik, pure, vegetarian and simple and a great way to detox the body from the Tamsik food that we eat. Some people do not eat a raw banana during Vrat so please make sure if you are allowed to have this Raw Banana Cutlet | Vrat ka Khana
Raw Banana Dishes
Living in South India, raw banana is something that is ubiquitous. We are used to eating off banana leaves which are used for every auspicious occasion. Raw banana curry is a regular in my menu. Boiled and tempered Raw banana curry is tasty when eaten with steamed rice in the south while I have heard of Kele ke kofte up north. Banana chips are in great demand and a sought after snack from down South and so is Banana Bhujia.
Benefits of Raw Banana Cutlet
Raw banana has sturdy starch, which the small intestine does not absorb. Owing to this ability, banana can actually keep type-2 diabetes at bay. The high fibre content helps in losing weight and it keeps you fuller for a longer time. Raw bananas are full of potassium which helps the better functioning of nerves. The good bacteria or pro-biotic quality of raw banana helps keep your gut healthy. Being rich In Vitamins and nutrients it helps regulate blood sugar escalates haemoglobin levels.
How I made Raw Banana Cutlet | Vrat ka Khana
Honestly, I have never made Raw Banana cutlets before and I attempted them with trepidation. But I guess experience with cooking worked for me and they turned out absolutely marvellous. I was adventurous enough to try out different shapes with my cookie cutter. I thought I would have to add Kuttu ka atta as a binder but I didn’t need too. Shall I tell you my secret for that? Well, I cut the bananas into pieces and didn’t over boil them. I grated the pieces after boiling and peeling and the texture was nice and firm. It was not mushy or sticky and I could easily get them into a fancy heart, star and flower shaped.