I am never in doubt when I have to bake something for someone's birthday.In fact,I am willing to bake a Birthday Cake for my cousin's friends' wives' sisters' daughter too.Yeah,for someone who is always looking for a reason to bake,anyone's birthday is an occasion.No offense,I am just trying to put my point across here.
Then why not a cake today,for my pretty and sweet ma-in-law as she celebrates her birthday?Well,you have a question there.To be very,very honest I am having a starting trouble.Even the easiest cake recipe is looking kind of hard work to me.I hope I haven't forgotten to bake,oh what a terrible thought!!
I almost zeroed in on this cake from her wonderful blog.Then thought,here I am trying to reduce all the piled up weight from the wedding feasts and surely,the cake is not going to help me one bit.Not that this halwa is fat-free,far from it.But I had so much of this halwa back home that I can pretty much refrain from eating it[I hope].
So here it is,an instant[almost] Banana Halwa that you could whip in less than 10 minutes.
Ripe Banana [nendrapazham] - 2
Sugar - 3-4 tbsp
Cardamom powder - 1 tsp
Ghee - 1 tsp
Oil - for deep frying
Chop the banana into small pieces.
In a kadai,add oil and when it is hot deep fry the banana pieces till golden brown.