Wash raw bananas, peel then cut them into 1 inch long round pieces.
Prepare the spices to marinate : beat curd, add gram flour, salt, black pepper and coriander to it making a thick mixture.
Put the pieces of banana in this mixture, cover and keep aside for 15 minutes.
Grease a tray with oil, take one piece of marinated banana and place it on the tray one at a time. Preheat the over to a temperature of 200 degrees and bake bananas for 6-7 minutes. Check if their texture has become crispy, if it has not turned crispy then bake for another 3-4 minutes. Banana Tikkis are ready.
Crispy on the outside and soft from inside raw Banana Tikkis are ready.
You can also sprinkle chaat masala on these and eat as a tea time snack. They have a unique taste. Whenever we make Raw Banana Tikki Curry, half of the Tikkis are eaten while making the curry.
If tcahere are any Tikkis leftover from tea time then we can prepare Tari to make its curry.
There are different types of Tari: cashew nut Tari, Khas-Kha Tari, cream tomato Tari, onion- garlic Tari etc. We have prepared all of these using different vegetables., we will make cream tomato Tari which consumes less time.है .
Make a paste of tomatoes, green chilli and ginger. Pour oil in a pan and heat, in the hot oil put Heeng and Jeera. After Jeera is fried put Turmeric powder and coriander powder, stir 2-3 times with a spoon. Put the tomato paste and fry the spices till oil floats over them. Now put in the cream and fry spices for 2 minutes. According to how thick or thin you want the Tari add water, followed by salt and red chilli powder then mix well. Once water comes to boil add the pieces of banana and boil for 2 minutes. Turn off the gas. Put Garam masala to the curry and mix.
Raw Banana Tikki Curry is ready, take it out in a bowl and garnish with green coriander. Serve with naan, chapati, parantha or rice and eat.