Ethakka Tholi Mezhukkupuratti

17 Responses

  1. Nitha says:

    I like this a lot. Looks delicious… We usually make thoran at home.

  2. simply.food says:

    This is very new I always throw my banana peel away I never knew it was edible.

  3. Priya says:

    From now onwards i wont throw those peels anymore, fabulous curry..

  4. Its my fav…I have never tried this preparation…but cook thoran..sometimes with horsegram too…This recipe looks yummy…will try next time..

  5. Anonymous says:

    Wow i never knew something fab like this can be made out of something we usually throw… Great
    Christy

  6. divya says:

    This is very new I always throw my banana peel…nut now onwards i won’t throw anymore, fabulous curry..

  7. Wow, that is the best use of banana peel, I have seen yet.

  8. Suja says:

    Adipoli mezhuvaratti,spicy and flavorful

  9. kavis says:

    Normally,I add banana peel to spicy curries but this is very new to me.Definitely will try 😉

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  10. Aarthi says:

    that is a nice idea…..Looking good…

  11. no more throwing off the peels .. thank u so much..for this wonderful recipe..

  12. This is such a nice idea…looks super yum

  13. Rekha shoban says:

    thats yummy mezhuvaratti!!!flavorful dish!

  14. Prathima Rao says:

    Cool!! !tHis is new to me…making a dish with raw banana peels…Will buy some raw banana tom itself & try this out 🙂
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  15. Kurryleaves says:

    im drooling here…looks yumm…ive never tried this…bookmarked

  16. Vidhya says:

    I love banana peel thoran but we usually make it with dried red beans.This recipe looks so simple and yummy.I am glad that you posted it at the right time,before Onam and all the chips making.

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