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banana buns recipe | mangalore buns recipe | banana puri recipe with detailed photo recipe. mangalore buns served with coconut chutney is a ideal breakfast recipe. it has a very similar texture and taste like banana cake or banana bread but prepared differently.
banana bunsmangalore buns recipe | banana buns recipe | banana puri recipe with step by step photo recipe. basically, banana buns is a popular breakfast and tea time snack in mangalore and udupi region. these buns are also called as banana pooris or sweet pooris. in addition to idli and dosa’s banana buns are served with chutney and mixed veg sagu recipe. mangalore buns are crispy from out and sweet chewy from inside. 

banana buns are prepared with over ripped bananas. i can also say it taste great when prepared with black skined bananas as they are over ripped. the sweet flavour of bananas makes these poori unique. if you are looking for other authentic udupi-mangalore recipes then check out halasina hannin gidde,  pundi,  set dosarava idlineer dosegoli bajeakki rottiuddina hittupoori.

banana poori

i have already shared banana rasayna recipe. banana buns are prepared with well ripened bananas. to have a perfect crispy, chewy and soft texture of buns you need to ferment overnight in a air tight container. or atleast 3-4 hours before you deep fry them. in udupi – mangalore region, banana buns are served with a spicy coconut chutney, sambar or sometimes with veg saagu. if you are looking for normal wheat pooris and aloo ki poori then check out my recipe and share your feedback.

i have shared quite a few instant recipes, especially have a look at the instant poha idli, instant bread medu vada, instant jalebi recipe and instant stuffed idlialso, have a look at my instant dosa collections like oats dosa rava dosamysore masala dosadosa, plain dosaneer dosa and sandwhich dosa etc.

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buns recipe | banana buns recipe | mangalore buns recipe
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Recipe type: breakfast, snacks
Cuisine: south indian
Serves: 10 buns
Ingredients
  • 2 bananas, over ripened
  • 1 cup maida / all-purpose flour
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • ½ tbsp baking soda
  • 1 tbsp yogurt / curd
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds / jeera
  • salt to taste
  • oil for deep frying
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, take over ripened bananas for preparing banana buns. i have used well ripened bananas, however buns comes out perfect with black bananas.
  2. then peal the skin off and smash the banana using a fork. add salt, cumin seeds, yogurt, sugar, baking soda and mix it well.
  3. make a smooth paste out of it.
  4. in addition, add maida and make a soft dough.
  5. furthermore, coat the dough with a tsp of oil, keep aside in a air tight container for overnight or atleast 4 hours.
  6. next morning pinch small balls and roll to poori size. dust with some maida if it turns sticky. make sure to keep it slightly thick than pooris.
  7. roll them to small round shapes.
  8. finally, deep fry the buns like pooris.
  9. fry out until buns turn golden brown in color both sides.
  10. then drain over absorbing paper to remove excess oil.
  11. lastly, serve the mangalore buns or banana puris hot with chutney or saagu. you can also have them plain.


banana puri recipe | banana buns recipe | mangalore buns step by step photo recipe:

  1. firstly, take over ripened bananas for preparing banana buns. i have used well  ripened  bananas, however buns comes out perfect with black skinned bananas.
    mangalore buns
  2. then peal the skin off and smash the banana using a fork. add salt, cumin seeds, yogurt, sugar, baking soda and mix it well.
    mangalore buns
  3. furthermore, make a smooth paste out of it.
    mangalore buns
  4. in addition,  add maida and make a soft dough.
    banana buns
  5. then coat the dough with a tsp of oil. keep aside in a air tight container for overnight or atleast 4 hours.
    banana buns
  6. next morning pinch small balls and roll to poori size. dust with some maida if it turns sticky. make sure to keep it slightly thick than pooris.
    banana buns
  7. roll them to small round shapes. as a result your buns would be pluffy and soft.
    banana buns
  8. deep fry the buns like pooris.
    banana buns
  9. fry out until buns turn golden brown in color both sides.
    banana buns
  10. then, drain over absorbing paper to remove excess oil.
    banana buns
  11. finally, serve the mangalore buns or  banana puris hot with chutney or saagu. you can also have them plain.
    banana poori

notes:

  • firstly, use riped the bananas the better taste it is.
  • in addition, using ripened bananas makes buns soft and fluffy
  • furthermore, add maida accordingly to make smooth soft dough.
  • finally, fermentation is must. else your buns will not taste great.


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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

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