Mangalorean Buns are very famous as breakfast or tea-time snack in Karnataka. It is a specialty of Mangalore and part of Udupi cuisine. These fried buns just taste delicious with some coconut chutney. You can use your over-ripe bananas to make them.
Check out the video to make these Mangalorean buns:
These buns are also known as banana buns. You need to let the dough ferment for minimum 7-8 hours. So, if you want to make them for breakfast, you can prepare the dough overnight and let it ferment. I have used Idhayam mantra groundnut oil for deep frying these buns. You can also try out these Vegan Banana muffins using Idhayam Mantra groundnut oil.
Mangalorean Buns Recipe
- Ripe Banana
- 1 cup All purpose flour /Maida
- 1 tsp Sugar
- 1 tsp Cumin seeds/Jeera
- 2 TBSP Curd
- 1/2 tsp Baking soda
- Salt to taste
- Idhayam Mantra groundnut oil for deep frying
Mash banana in a mixing bowl.
Add sugar, cumin seeds, curd, baking soda, salt to taste and mix well.
Add maida and mix well. Slowly add water and knead well to form a soft dough.
Add 1 tsp oil and knead again. Set it aside for 8 hours to ferment.
Once the dough is ready after fermentation, mall medium size balls of it.
Roll it evenly in a round shape. You can use dry flour to roll it.
Pour Idhayam Mantra groundnut oil in a frying pan and heat it. Once oil is hot, deep fry the rolled in oil on medium flame until it turns golden colour.
Serve the fried Mangalorean Buns with coconut chutney.
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