Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut

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Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu is one of traditional snack items in Kerala served as side with piping hot tea. The tasty snack can also be served when some unexpected guests shows up. The dish is prepared with beaten rice flakes. The quantities of ingredients can be fixed as per our taste. Some want it sweeter while some prefer mildly sweetened. You can mix and match it as per your convenience. Kids usually prefer more bananas. Plantain mixed with jaggery tastes awesome. I can remember, Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu was my favorite after school snack. Still i cherish those nostalgic moments when we sisters used to rush home and grab Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut. We used to fight for the bigger lot. My parents never got a share of the evening snack though it was my mother who had very lovingly prepared it for us. But my poor parents never complained, sacrificing their entire lives for us. That is parental love and care. They want us to eat well and grow up. That is love.

Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu is a wholesome and nutritious meal rich in fruits and rice flakes. You can esteem this as the perfect evening snack especially for school going kids. Plantains are widely cultivated and is commonly available in Kerala. Usually plantains are pesticide free and you can encourage your family to savor the fruity snack. Rice flakes are very common in India, Bangladesh and Nepal regions. Two types of rice flakes are available, one is with white raw rice and the other is with brown rice usually termed Chemba. The brown versions are more preferred for preparing Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut. You can explore a well detailed Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu recipe here.

Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com

Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut

Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Cuisine Kerala
Servings 2 People

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Take a pan, add ghee and roast the sliced banana until golden brown in color. Then roast cashews and raisins till they turn golden brown in color.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • Keep the roasted cashews, raisins and banana aside.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • Heat 1 tbsp ghee in a saucepan and saute the rice flakes till crisp. It takes around 5- 10 minutes in low flame.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • Heat a pan and add the grated coconut and jaggery along with 1/4 cup water and cook for 7-8 minutes in medium flame.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • When the water evaporates from the coconut and it turns well cooked, add roasted aval, banana, cashew and raisins.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • Give it a nice mix and turn off the flame.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com
  • Yummy Sweet Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu is ready to serve.
    Aval Ethapazham Varattiyathu | Beaten Brown Rice Flakes And Ripe Plantains Cooked With Jaggery And Coconut – pachakam.com

Notes

You can visit this link Ethapazham Puttu. You can also visit this link Pazham Nurukku.
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