Let me list down the reasons for you to cook this banana muLuka.
- If you are a person with sweet teeth and crave for something sugary in the evening then this banana muLuka is for you.
- If you are a home maker who is looking for some instant sweet thing to cook, then this muLuka is for you too.
- Besides, if you are like me who wants to get rid of some over ripe bananas, then you would love making these wonderfulness.
And it just takes your will and time to whip up the deep fried appam because there are no fancy ingredients. All in all, this recipe has 5 ingredients which are already in your pantry.
Banana is that single most fruit which you can find on all the days of year. And in sync with it’s availability, I stock the fruit for an entire week. Because it comes very handy during some sudden hunger cravings of my kids. Above all, I feel banana is healthy, sweet and wonderful which it is. Though the fruit basket gets cleared off by the end of week, occasionally they get overripe, skin turning black and wrinkled. Which is when, the kids get reluctant to eat the fruit. And this is the situation my food blogger mind considers to cook something new making better use of banana.
Banana muLuka happened accidentally like this. The scorching summer made my stock of bananas to overripe too sooner than ever. I converted few of them in to this awesome banana dosa couple of months back. Do you remember? It was equally as good as these banana muLuka, but I love the latter lot more than former. Because the deep fried appam is mellow-y soft, has wheat flour goodness and it’s travel friendly. It would be an awesome snack on picnic days where kids hunger pangs roar intermittently. How you guys make the better use of over ripe bananas friends??