Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu is a sweet snack, quite popular in Malabar region, relished with a cup of hot tea. Most Malabari dishes are non vegetarian and a vast majority of Malabari snacks have eggs sneaked into it. I had relished Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu during a casual visit to my friend’s place. My good friend handed me the recipe and since then Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu has been the star of my home. I have a nostalgic craze for this sweet dish and I am happy that my family is relishing a nutritious and healthy snack. I always store bananas – ‘Etahakka’ or ‘Nendrapazham’ with me. Fully ripe ones are needed so I needn’t rush around. Bananas can be savored in all forms – be it steamed, deep fried or even baked. Both adults as well as kids love bananas. They make excellent snacks and Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu is one such snack that requires just a few simple ingredients.
Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu can be put together in just a few minutes probably the easiest of snacks. There are quite a large number of snacks available with bananas and each snack is unique in its own special way. Banana belongs to herbaceous plants of genus Musa. These fruits are rich sources of Vitamin B, fiber and a moderate quantity of Vitamin C, potassium and manganese. Growing up kids need bananas. You can prepare Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu as an evening snack for kids. The sweet flavored delicacy will be mopped up in seconds. And I want you to try out the snack and please don’t forget to send me feedback. Working women and busy housewives who are always short of time, will find the recipe quite helpful. You can explore a well detailed Malabar Pazham Varattiyathu recipe here that can be easily prepared at home.