banana rasayana recipe, how to make banana rasayana

banana rasayana recipe - a simple sweet dish made with ripe bananas and coconut milk.

banana rasayana recipe with step by step photos – a simple sweet dish made with ripe bananas , coconut milk and jaggery. the dish is from karnataka cuisine.

banana rasayana recipe

banana rasayana is a sweet dessert like dish. for navratri fasting, you can have or serve banana rasayana just plain as a dessert. or else for regular days you can serve it with chapatis, poori or neer dosa or set dosa. the recipe is similar in preparation with the maharashtrian banana shikran. the difference here is that in shikran milk is added, while in rasayana, coconut milk is added.

you can even make rasayana with fruits like mango, sapota (chikoo), pear or apples. i have also posted mango rasayana recipe. coconut milk with fruits always taste good. i have used jaggery in the recipe, but you can also add sugar or skip either. in the dish you can add less or more coconut milk as per your preference. this dish is very quick to make, if you have coconut milk ready. though homemade coconut milk tastes good, but you can use store brought coconut milk too.

i also make a similar recipe with poha and coconut milk or milk. we call it milk aval poha or doodh poha. if you have ripe bananas at home and wondering what to do with them. then don’t worry, you can make a variety of recipes from them like banana sheera, banana cake.

serve banana rasayana as soon as its made. if there is any leftover, then refrigerate. since coconut milk is used, its better to keep in the fridge.

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banana rasayana

Prep Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins
banana rasayana recipe - a simple sweet dish made with ripe bananas and coconut milk.
banana rasayana
Course:desserts
Cuisine:karnataka,south indian
Servings:1 to 2

INGREDIENTS FOR banana rasayana

(1 CUP = 250 ML)
  • 2 medium sized bananas, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons powdered jaggery or grated jaggery or add as per taste
  • ½ cup thick coconut milk or the first extract of coconut milk
  • ¼ teaspoon cardamom powder (choti elaichi powder)

HOW TO MAKE banana rasayana

  • peel and chop two medium sized bananas. take the chopped bananas in a bowl.
  • add 2 tablespoons powdered or grated jaggery and 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder.
  • mix the jaggery and cardamom powder with the sliced bananas.
  • add 1/2 cup thick coconut milk (first extract of coconut milk).
  • mix very well.
  • serve banana rasayana immediately. if there is any leftover, then refrigerate. since coconut milk is used, its better to keep in the fridge.
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how to make banana rasayana

1. peel and chop two medium sized bananas. take the chopped bananas in a bowl.

banana for banana rasayana recipe

2. add 2 tablespoons powdered or grated jaggery and ¼ teaspoon cardamom powder.

cardamom powder for banana rasayana recipe

3. mix the jaggery and cardamom powder with the sliced bananas.

making banana rasayana recipe

4. add ½ cup thick coconut milk (first extract of coconut milk).

preparing banana rasayana recipe

5. mix very well.

banana rasayana recipe

6. serve banana rasayana immediately. if there is any leftover, then refrigerate. since coconut milk is used, its better to keep in the fridge.

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