Our latest recipe is a healthy snacking option. Try this Ginger Upperi Recipe to satiate your hunger pangs. Serve them at tea-time or pack as your go-to snack for a quick recharge.
Ginger Upperi Recipe
Looking for healthy snacking options for a quick recharge? Try this Ginger Upperi Recipe from ‘God’s Own Country – Kerala’. The raw bananas are rich in fibre and loaded with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. The organic jaggery improves immune function, aids glucose control, improves digestion, and prevents anaemia. Cardamom and jeera powder pack a punch of anti-oxidants, while Karbi Anglong Ginger, indigenous to Assam, adds zesty flavours and a host of health benefits.
2 raw bananas (preferably Nendran), peeled and cut into slightly thick half-moons
¾ cup organic jaggery
¼ cup water (use as required)
1 teaspoon Good Lyfe Project Karbi Anglong Ginger Superoot Powder
¼ teaspoon cardamom powder
½ teaspoon jeera powder
1 tablespoon dry roasted rice flour
Deep fry the banana half-moons till crispy. Drain on paper towel and set aside
Add jaggery and water to a saucepan and boil till syrupy (honey-like consistency)
Filter the liquid, add ginger, cardamom, jeera, and continue to simmer
Add banana pieces and cook till coated well
Add in rice flour and cook till covered well
Cool and store in an air-tight container for upto a week
You can deep fry the banana in cold-pressed coconut oil for authentic flavours, bake them or air fry them for a healthy twist.
ThisGinger Upperi Recipe is one to be saved. Add a healthy twist to chai-time snacking or share a bowlful with loved ones to brighten up the festivities and celebrations, be it Christmas, Onam, or Diwali.