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    Question Anyone knows how to make Kaya podi (raw banana powder) for porridge?

    I've heard kaya (raw banana) in porridge form is good for the baby. I was hoping to make some since its summer but dont know the process. Can anyone please tell me how to make it?
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    Default Re: Anyone knows how to make Kaya podi (raw banana powder) for porridge?

    Hi nn23

    I too would be happy if someone gives idea on this...according to my knowledge I have seen readymade banan powders in shops.. seen in nilgris, chennai.Sure they would have given instructions ,hope this would help u to an extent.


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    Default Re: Anyone knows how to make Kaya podi (raw banana powder) for porridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by nn23 View Post
    I've heard kaya (raw banana) in porridge form is good for the baby. I was hoping to make some since its summer but dont know the process. Can anyone please tell me how to make it?
    thanks!
    Hi,
    My mom and MIL used to prepare this for my son. From what I know about their method, shall try to give an idea here..
    -Raw plantains are selected, peeled and soaked in water for some time (1 hour or so)
    -They are then sliced into thin round pieces and sun-dried. (it took 2 days)
    -It is then powdered and sieved to remove those black seeds (which is said to cause indigestion) and stored.
    Hope the method is clear. Though simple, it requires some patience right?!!
    Reshmi

    Best Regards, ?

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    Smile Re: Anyone knows how to make Kaya podi (raw banana powder) for porridge?

    Thanks a ton, Reshmi :) !! This is really very helpful. I'm gonna start making it this weekend itself.


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    Question Re: Anyone knows how to make Kaya podi (raw banana powder) for porridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by reshmirn View Post
    Hi,
    My mom and MIL used to prepare this for my son. From what I know about their method, shall try to give an idea here..
    -Raw plantains are selected, peeled and soaked in water for some time (1 hour or so)
    -They are then sliced into thin round pieces and sun-dried. (it took 2 days)
    -It is then powdered and sieved to remove those black seeds (which is said to cause indigestion) and stored.
    Hope the method is clear. Though simple, it requires some patience right?!!
    Reshmi
    Hi Reshmi, can u tell me the place where i will get Kunnan kaya?


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