Nendram pazham nirachathu
Nov. 21, 2014, 5:57 p.m.

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There was something that I have been waiting for, for a long time. That kept pressing my mind. Slowly it conquered the nook and corner of my heart. There was no hour that I can pass by without the stress of sighing at my waiting. That is when I happened to come across Victoria Osteen's sermon. That set me free!! I started praising!! Go on reading, it might help you too :)

If you have heaviness on you today, if you feel trapped, overwhelmed, discouraged, frustrated or anxious, there is only one thing you need to do, and that is to open your mouth and praise Almighty God! Even if it's difficult, even if you don't feel like it, just open your mouth and begin to declare His goodness. Sometimes we have to stir ourselves up in the things of God.

Today, put on the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness (Isaiah 61:3). Set your heart and mind on the Father. Instead of focusing on your problems, focus on your God. Don't let worry get you stuck, but let praise get you through! Enter His gates with thanksgiving, shake off heaviness and embrace the peace, joy and victory God has prepared for you!

Now to the recipe, here is Nendram pazham nirachathu or ethaka appam nirachathu or Ripe plantains stuffed with fried coconut & nuts. 

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Preparation time : 5 mins                         Cooking time : 5 mins

Here is what you will need..

4 Nendram Pazham or ripe plantain

1/2 cup grated coconut fresh

2 tbspns sugar

1/2 tspn elaichi powder

3 tbspns of coarsely ground nuts ( I chose badam, cashews, pistachios )

1/2 tspn ghee

3 tspns oil

Method

1. Heat a pan, add 1/2 tspn ghee, add coconut grated, sugar, elaichi powder, coarsely ground nuts. Saute until they are slightly golden in a medium flame. Transfer the mix to a bowl.

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2. Scoop out the banana in the center, gently with a knife. Choose plantains that are not over ripen so that it is easy to scoop out.

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3. Stuff in the fried coconut mix into the plantain.

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4. Heat the same pan with oil. Toast less than a minute, the stuffed plantains until they turn golden brown on its sides.

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Serve hot. This is such a delicious 4 pm snack. It can be served for breakfast as well :)

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When you try this delicious sabzi, please do not forget to send your feedback along with a picture to myFB Page:) Your comments always encourage me!

Love & Shalom,

Jofy

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