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Green Banana online 1 Kg price

Flavour TypeMin PriceMax Price
MasalaRs 120/KgRs 200/Kg
MintRs 180/KgRs 400/Kg
SaltyRs 170/KgRs 220/Kg

Date: 28/05/2021

Green Banana Manufacture Rates:

  1. Masala Chips: 130 per kg
  2. Mint Chips: 140 per kg
  3. Salty Chips: 130 per kg
  4. Plain Chips: 130 per kg
  5. Green Banana tomato flavour: 180 per Kg
  6. Combo Chips: 160 per kg

Shipping Charges Extra
Date: 28/05/2021

how much does 1 kilo of bananas cost

Pack TypeMin PriceMax Price
500 gmRs 80/gmRs 100/gm
1 kgRs 160/KgRs 200/Kg
10 kgRs 120/KgRs 150/Kg

Shipping Charges Extra
Date: 28/05/2021

Green Banana Manufacture Rates:

  1. Masala Chips: 130 per kg
  2. Mint Chips: 140 per kg
  3. Salty Chips: 130 per kg
  4. Plain Chips: 130 per kg
  5. Combo Chips: 160 per kg

Shipping Charges Extra
Date: 28/05/2021

Green Bananas price:

  1. Masala Green Banana: 130 per kg
  2. Mint Green Banana: 140 per kg
  3. Salty Green Banana: 130 per kg
  4. Plain Green Banana: 130 per kg
  5. Combo Green Banana: 160 per kg

Shipping Charges Extra
Date: 28/05/2021

Green Bananas online delivery

Yes, we deliver Green Bananas online in India. We are delivering chips from 2020 and from till date we sold 3000 Green Bananas packets online. Chips Delivery takes around 7 to 10 days. we deliver at your doorstep.

Green Bananas tomato flavour

Green Bananas tomato flavour is Popular in India. we deliver tomato flavour chips in india

Green Bananas shop near me

Green Banana at your doorstep

Why buy Green Banana from us?

  1. We using coconutsoybeancoconutPlam oil to fry Green Bananas.
  2. Green Banana are prepared only after we receive the order online. We do not maintain stocks.
  3. To retain the quality of the Green Banana, we ensure that the packing is good enough to withstand the transportation impact.
  4. All orders are shipped after proper inspection by our quality control team.
  5. We are among the top online sellers of Premium quality Green Bananas from India.

Green Banana

also called banana wafers is one of the most famous south Indian snack. Banana is sliced and fried in pure coconut oil with added sugar/ salt or spices to get that extra mouth watering taste. They are mixed with a pinch of salt to get a salty and spicy feel. Green Banana are most famous and highly produced and consumed in Kerala. Malayalis often refer Green Bananas with the name Upperi. Apart from being a snack, banana wafers are also served during special occasions like Marriage.

We provide you freshly prepared Green Bananas which you can consume and get the flavour of Kerala right at your doorsteps. No matter which part of the country you reside. We, at Teraghata Official works hard to make sure that you are not deprived of the taste, purity and the quality of the original Green Bananas prepared using 100% original. Be it an  occasion  of Marriage or Onam or any other event, we deliver the freshly prepared and  hygienic  banana wafers right at your place.

Apart from being a tasty and mouth watering snack, Banana wafers are healthy mainly because of the nutritional facts of Banana. You can read through our exclusive post on 51 benefits of Banana here.

We believe in providing quality products to our customers and achieving customer satisfaction is our primary motto. We never maintain stocks of any items sold on our website. As soon as we get a new order from our customer, we get in touch with our reputed Green Banana maker in Chennai and they prepare fresh and hot chips using pure edible coconut oil. We pack the same with great care and love and ensure the safety of the packet before shipping it to your address. Throughout the transportation, the quality and purity of the Green Bananas remains intact.

Exams week and you are pulling an all-nighter?

Beating deadline at work?

Or just want your kids to have a healthy snack?

If you want something to munch on to get you going throughout the day, what other snack will you grab, but only Green Banana! It is not only a fun snack, but is also a healthier choice as compared to most chips in the market.

Green Banana is also called banana wafers is one of the most famous Indian snacks. Banana is sliced and fried in oil with added salt and spices to get that extra mouth watering taste.

They are mixed with a pinch of salt to get a salty and spicy feel. Green Banana are most famous and highly produced and consumed in Kerala. We provide freshly prepared, delicious Green Bananas right to your doorsteps. Wherever you are in India, you can get our spicy Green Bananas.

We at Crocodile are trying to connect Green Bananas producers directly with the consumers removing any middleman in between. This way we can keep the prices low and quality high.

We believe in providing quality Green Bananas to our customers and achieving customer satisfaction is our primary goal. We get the tasty Green Bananas produced only. when we receive the order. We do not store them. So what you get is actually the chips prepared a few days ago.

When you buy our Green Bananas online, you can ensure that the quality will be maintained throughout the packaging, transport, and delivery. If you are in doubt, just ping us, we will be at your service.

Did you know that our crocodile blinks if you keep looking at it?

Why Buy Green Bananas online from Teraghata?

  • Fried in Teraghata cold pressed coconut oil (Sulfur free)
  • We do not reuse oil
  • We use himalayan rock salt instead of regular table salt
  • Prepared freshly daily based on order
  • Guaranteed freshness as chips are packed in airtight pack and shipped through air for quick delivery
  • Premium quality ingredients with best price

Buy Kerala Green Banana Online – Kaya Varuthathu | Nendran Chips | Ethakka upperi
Green Banana (കായ വറുത്തത്) are crispy tea time snacks made of Nendran Kaya or bananas popular across the state of Kerala. Pure coconut oil is used in frying raw banana slices and the inclusion of salt imparts a unique taste to the dish.

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Product details:
Weight : 250gm
Material feature: Vegetarian
Ingredients : Banana, coconut oil, salt
Shelf life : 4 weeks
Storage: cool and dry place

Comments

  1. ewan

    This recipe takes so long to make! Which is very unuseful!

    • Susan

      I’m curious why this would be a surprise if you are looking to bake a banana into a chip. I assumed this would take alot of time when searching for this. Your comment is “unuseful” and potentially hurtful to the creator which she doesn’t deserve. If the timing of the recipe doesn’t work for you then move along to a recipe more suitable. Perhaps constructive criticism can be a goal for you in the future instead of spreading unnecessary negativity.

      • Ange Stokoe

        Well said Susan, too many negative people about.

  2. Fran Butler

    Followed the recipe and my bananas turned brown. Not sure how they taste but not happy. They don’t look anything like the picture.

  3. bblfoods

    Good receipeeee

  4. Judy

    I have a dehydrator and have done banana slices as well as apple slices and home-made raisins. For the apples and bananas I soak the slices a minute or two in pineapple juice. Then I spray or wipe a light coat of oil on my trays. Sometimes I sprinkle cinnamon and sometimes I leave them plain. There’s no need to turn them, because the trays are perferated.
    I need to make some now, it’s been a while. Thanks for reminding me!

    • Ally

      how long do you put them in the dehydrator?

      • MOMables-Laura

        If you are using a dehydrator, it can take up to 6 hours at 135F.

  5. baked chips

    Its a good idea…….and an gonna to try it

  6. Genevieve

    I tried these today and they are delicious! I dipped the slices into the lemon/water mixture and I used sea salt as it is what I had on hand. Two things that I think are very important 1. using spray or wiping a THIN layer canola oil on the parchment (not waxed) paper AND…2. thinness. The very thin ones turned out as I believe they are suppose to. The slightly thicker ones are still delicious but are chewier and did not achieve a crispness intended. They will be excellent on oatmeal. Therefore…I will absolutely make them again, taking care to slice them thin and consistently. As thin as a quarter I believe is probably best. Thank you for this easy, economical, healthy, delicious version of Green Bananas!

  7. PL

    I was really disappointed. I followed the recipe to a T and the bananas stuck to the parchment paper. I think you need to spray the parchment paper with cooking spray so they don’t stick. I have to throw out the whole batch!

    • Thia

      Tha same thing happened to me. I’m not happy at all with this recipe.

    • Alicia

      Make sure you are using parchment paper and not wax paper. They are not the same and things will stick to wax paper. Parchment should not stick. I recommend sheets of parchment, you can get on Amazon cheap.

  8. Lori

    I put mine in the freezer when I took them out of the Microwave, I( used on plate w/ olive oil & flip half way through)Dont let them Touch Too Much in the freezer
    After in the freezer they were so crunchy OMG going to try them in the oven today!

  9. Ginny E.

    Hi:
    I want to make these for my parrots who I can longer find just Green Bananas for anymore.
    Can I just bake the bananas and nothing else on them: no water lemon juice or the salt?
    Thanks

    • MOMables – Laura

      Yes, you can bake them without the lemon water or salt.

  10. Chrissy

    I just threw out a bunch of overripe bananas this morning, declaring, “I’m not making banana bread.” Thanks for this simple recipe I can keep on hand now. Question- can I use bottled lemon juice if it’s all I have? – Blessings

    • MOMables – Laura

      Hi Chrissy, yes you can use bottled lemon juice! I hope you enjoy these!

  11. Char

    Tasty!! Whole house loves them

  12. James

    I found this recipe and just used it as a guide. I did no soaking of the banana slices etc and used no paper.
    Just put the slices into a portable convection oven directly onto the grill slats at 250F and they turned out very brown and chewy so I let them go for an extra hour. After cooling for another hour (ie:4 hours in total) they were crisp and tasted fine. I don’t care that they are brown. I just wanted to extend the shelf like of the bananas to use in breakfasts.

  13. Hadley

    I’m not sure if this was recipe or user error; however, I followed the recipe and ended with chewy and sticky chips. I used parchment (not wax) paper and made the slices very thin. I baked them for an hour and 45 min, took them out and let them cool. They were pretty gooey, but noticed your instructions said the more they cool the crispier they will get. This did not work, so I decided to stick them back in. Thirty more minutes in the oven and they looked pretty brown (from the cooking, I used the lemon juice) indicating that they should come out or be burnt. I tried to take them off of the pan but about half stuck to the paper and made a mess. The other half was still chewy after letting cool ):

    • MOMables – Laura

      I am sorry this didn’t exactly work for you, Hadley. Making sure your oven is at its lowest setting makes a big difference and while they are called “chips” they aren’t crispy like fried, they do have a slightly “fruit leather” texture to them.

  14. Cindy Wong

    Hi,
    I noticed there’s a discrepancy in your detail note & your instructions on how much lemon juice & water for the Green Banana recipe.
    On your note section, you put 4 part water + 1 part lemon juice but on your instructions, you put 1/4 water + 3/4 lemon juice. Please correct it & let me know which is the correct portion of each. Thanks

    • MOMables – Laura

      Hi Cindy, the recipe has been updated with the proper corrections. The solution 4 parts water (4 tablespoons) with 1 part lemon juice (1 tablespoon). The soaking method is also optional.

      • Anna

        I love this recipie. At then end I had a bowl left with the lemon juice in it and turned it into a nice cup of lemonade. I dunked the bananas so it had a banana tang to it and I only had to use a pinch of sugar. Love how simple the recipe is with only 2 dishes being created!

  15. Asya

    How can I store these. I did everything they came out crispy but a day later they got mushy.

    • MOMables – Laura

      I recommend storing them in an airtight container like plastic containers or lidded mason jars.

  16. Lynda

    This recipe was an absolute disaster. I ruined my cookie sheets! No parchment, no oil? I thought it was too good to be true, and it is. As my first try making Green Bananas I am sorry to have found your recipe. And I am pretty sure the photos are of commercially prepared fried Green Bananas.

    • MOMables – Laura

      Hi Lynda, sorry it didn’t turn out but I have revised the recipe to include a step about lining the baking sheet. These have been tested twice and each batch has turned out perfectly.

  17. amelia004

    I like your recipe, makes me understand a variety of food Green Bananas

  18. Emily

    Hi! I’m just 14 and your way of explaining these is really simple! Thanks for that!!!

    • MOMables – Laura

      i hope you enjoyed them! 🙂

      • someone

        Hi! I was wondering if i could coat them in something different like honey instead of lemon and water?

        • MOMables – Laura

          I’m not sure how they would turn out coated with honey but the lemon water keeps them from browning as much.

  19. Kari

    Just a quick question. The description above the recipes says to soak for 2 hours and then the recipe instructions say to brush with lemon and water. Which method works better?

    • MOMables – Laura

      The tip above the recipe describes how to make Green Bananas that are lighter in color than when using regular yellow bananas. Following the recipe, as is, will result in a Green Banana that looks like the images at the top of the post, and some kids don’t like that. If you want them to look like the ones you typically buy at the store (yellow) use green bananas or plantains and soak them for 2 hours first. I hope this helps clear it up. Thank you and good luck!! Let me know how they turn out.

  20. love spell

    Hi,I read your blog named “Homemade Green Banana Recipe – Baked” like every week.Your writing style is witty, keep it up! And you can look our website about love spell.

  21. tim

    I did everything as per instructions and then put them in the oven at 250 degrees centigrade and burnt them; presumably, the 250 degrees mentioned is in Fahrenheit, which would be approx 125 centigrade?

    • MOMables

      The temperature is indeed in Fahrenheit. These need to go in the oven at about 100-125 celcius.

  22. Destiny

    I’ve done these before and they were delicious! My husband absolutely loves them!

  23. Sandra Jean Oatley

    I dipped mine in lemon juice, placed them on an ungreased cookie sheet, and sprinkled them with cinnamon and sea salt. After 90 minutes I used a metal spatula to carefully loosen them from the pan and turn each one over. I cooked them a little extra on the second side, more like 45 minutes, because I sliced mine like 1/4″. They are nicely chewy with a slight lemon zing. I made them to eat on long runs, but they’re so tasty I may not have any left by then. Great recipe and so easy.

    • Emilie Hebert

      That’s a great idea with the lemon juice!

  24. Jim

    Couple comments:
    I just finished my first bag of store bought chips, and went so insane I immediately looked for a recipe.
    I have read all of these (sometimes humorous) comments but haven’t made them yet, but two things that may impact these chefs:
    1) Temperature – every oven is different. Mine runs 25 degrees avg above the setting. some of these gooey results may have come from an oven not hot enough
    2) relative humidity – live in a humid climate and it takes longer to dry out
    Just some thoughts..

    • MOMables

      Thanks for the tips, Jim!

  25. Veronica

    Recipe sounds great! Will try these in our church 1yr old nursery as an alternative to animal crackers, Ritz and goldfish!

    • MOMables

      Sounds great!

  26. Mrs. Moriarty

    I hate to be one of those people who leaves negative comments (it seems so unappreciative and entitled) but I did want to let you know that I followed the instructions above to the letter (sliced slightly-green plantains about 1/8″ thick and soaked the slices in a solution of 4 parts water and 1 part lemon juice for 2 hours before sprinkling lightly with kosher salt and baking at 250 for 2 hours, flipping half way through), and the consensus was that the chips are totally inedible because “they taste like soap!”

    • MOMables

      Hi! We didn’t use plantains, so that may be why there are differences.

      • Sodapop

        Also you should have done 3 parts lemon juice and 1 part water

    • Adrienne Johnston

      I tried the soaking method and they all stuck to the parchment paper. I will try again and either spray the parchment paper with a little Pam or use the foil-type parchment paper. A little disappointed because I was really looking forward to those “chips!” Will have to wait till I have leftover bananas again and time!

      • MOMables

        Spraying the parchment paper would definitely help!

    • Can

      Mrs. Moriarty, I tried to make tortillas with a liquid plantain recipe with lime juice and they definitely tasted “soapy-ish to me too(I baked them and they were rubbery), but eating them fresh didn’t taste that way at all.

  27. Kristen

    Hi, I have a lot of bananas in my freezer, I need to use up. Would I be able to use those? Thanks

    • MOMables

      Hi! As long as you let them thaw out completely, I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to! Frozen bananas are also great for creamy smoothies.

    • Former Chef

      No. You will not be able to use them for chips. Once frozen, then thawed, they will be mushy. FYI freezing bananas is a quick way to get them the right consistency to make banana bread. Lets say you have some black bananas that are ready to make bread, but are a few bananas short. Just freeze some bananas then thaw. They will be soft and ready. The flavor wont be as good as the black, overripe ones but will work fine.

      • MOMables

        Thanks for the helpful tips!

        • Ben

          Will these stay good for a while? There is a sale at a grocery store on Bananas and I would like them to keep.

          • MOMables

            Yes, you are essentially dehydrating the bananas. Please check the post for recommended storage. Enjoy!

          • Amanda

            I have read the post twice and don’t see how long we can store these after baking. And should they be stored refrigerated or at room temperature?

          • MOMables

            Amanda, this will vary by thickness of the slice. As you can see from the recipe, 1 1/2-2h.

  28. Michelle

    How ripe were the bananas you used? Did they look like the ones in the picture?

    • MOMables

      I’ve made them anywhere from what you see here to right before they are only good for smoothies or banana bread.

  29. Jenny

    Wow some of these comments are so rude!

    Recipe looks great – supermarket was selling huge bags of bananas for 20p yesterday (about 32 cents) so bought a bag and looking for ideas to use them up. These would be good for daughter’s school lunch – thanks for recipe xx

    • MOMables

      Enjoy them Jenny!

    • Darryl Vergonet

      Same here, bananas were 29 cents a pound yesterday so my husband and I bought 4 big bunches. I would like to make a lot of chips so I tried one banana sliced thin on the parchment paper but it is stuck to the paper. They taste great but I have to peel the paper off the chips. What did I do wrong? Would it work to spray a little Pam on the paper first?
      Thanks, Darryl

      • MOMables

        Spraying the paper first would definitely help!

  30. Eric Halliday

    Question. The description of the recipe called for you to put the bananas in the over for 1 1/2 hours flipping half way through (which would be 45 minutes).

    But in the printable recipe at the bottom you say to put the bananas in for 2 hours, flipping after 90 minutes.

    Which one is it?

    • MOMables

      bake for 1 1/2-2 hours, flipping them half way through.

  31. Derrick

    Tried for first time last night the first batch came out pretty chewy, I must have been sliced too thick. I’m going to try again tonight and see if they can come out chrispy. I did the trick with the green bananas and soaked them for 2 hours in lemon juice and water and they stayed yellow- but
    just too chewy.

    • MOMables

      Derrick, chewy = needs more cooking/dehydrating time. enjoy!

  32. Paula Wild

    I was dehydrating something else, and did not fill all the racks so I am trying a banana in the dehydrator right now, dipped in lemon juice. I will let you know how it works out.

  33. mel

    i currently have these in my oven and on a cooling rack so they are not stuck to anything. i have mixed fresh orange juice and a little honey and dipped them in that before baking i hope they turn out well.. awesome idea 🙂

    • MOMables

      enjoy!

    • Kristi

      Hey can you let me know how the honey turned out… I was thinking about trying honey too!kris

      • MOMables

        Let us know if you try it!

  34. Melissa

    Is there a possible substitution for lemon juice?I don’t have that on hand currently

    • MOMables

      you could omit. chips wont’ last as long but no biggie

  35. Contented Belly

    Thanks for an easy snack that does not have sugar in the recipe. How long will they last in the pantry?

    • MOMables

      a few weeks. they are dehydrated bananas essentially. enjoy!

  36. Carina

    Do they need refrigerated?

    • MOMables

      Just an air tight container or zip bag in the pantry.

  37. Heather

    Hi, these look so amazing!
    I was wondering,…Do you have to add salt and cinnamon?
    Or would just the lemon juice work?
    Thanks!

    • MOMables

      the salt and cinnamon are optional.

  38. Brandy

    Ran out of parchment paper and attempted to make these with just cooking spray….epic fail! I also didn’t like the salt on it when I tried one anyway (well the one I could get off the pan…LOL!) Going to try again and take the suggestions listed in the other comments and get some parchment paper. =)

    • Virginia Cairns

      Brandy, these definitely won’t work straight on the pan. If you don’t want to run out of parchment paper again, you can always invest on some silicone baking mats. They last forever and they are pretty inexpensive on Amazon.

  39. Topher

    Turns out wax paper isn’t the same as parchment paper…

    • MOMables

      It is definitely not….

    • alisha

      so mad… this is a waste. the bananas stuck to the parchment paper and it is a total loss. nice recipe… thanks for the waste of my time and food.

      • MOMables

        As I mentioned above, wax paper will not work for this recipe. Sorry they didn’t turn out for you but it has turned out for hundreds.

  40. theboltonskydiaries

    I can’t wait to try these- I really love Green Bananas but they’re always mixed with other stuff I hate so I never get to eat them, and I always have leftover bananas! Thx for the recipe!

  41. JJ

    This was an epic fail for me. All stuck to parchment paper (yes parchment not wax ;)). what a waste of bananas and so disappointing 🙁 they smell delicious. I really wanted them to work.

    • MOMables

      I’m sorry this didn’t work for you. They peel right off in our parchment paper every time.

  42. julie

    I only have a lime, will that still be okay?

    • MOMables

      I’ve never tried it with lime but I’m sure they will be fine 🙂

  43. Jackie

    I just tried this recipe for the first time, and when I took them out of the oven to flip over, the parchment paper had stuck to all the bananas, and was nearly impossible to get off! I then decided to try it again, and ended up putting more lemon juice on the bananas, so instead of just brushing them with my finger, I dipped the entire banana in the juice, and added some cooking spray to the parchment paper, that seemed to do the trick! They were absolutely delicious! I’m now going to make them every week and put them in my kid’s, and my lunch!

  44. Amber

    These were a hit at my house. I thought the sea salt and cinnamon gave the Green Bananas an interesting twist. We used non-stick pan lining paper, one side parchment, the other foil. My son (5) also had fun helping. We will definitely be making these again. Thanks for the recipe!

  45. Alina

    I tried making these, and after 45 min I went to flip them, but most of them were already crispy. And they kept ripping up the parchment paper…I couldn’t even taste one without eating wax paper with it 🙁

    • MOMables

      Alina, parchment paper and wax paper are not the same. Your issue was the paper.

  46. Ame

    I’ve tried a few times but it came out chewy.. Any tips on what went wrong? Really hope to get this right.

    • MOMables

      Ame – chewy chips can be two things: slices too thick or not baked long enough. Even chewy.. I bet they were good!

  47. Linda

    I tried these today and I don’t know where I went wrong. When it was time to take them out of the oven to flip them over to cook, the bananas were all dark. I tried scooping them off the paper with no success. 🙁

  48. Paula Brunellie

    Followed directions to the letter, did not turn out well. Don’t like the salt- weird tasting.

    • MOMables

      Sorry they were not a hit at your house.

  49. mythreya

    Thanks for sharing these diabetic friendly recipes.

  50. Melanie

    Thanks for the Green Bananas idea! I had two bananas that had turned spotty enough that no one was going to eat them for breakfast tomorrow. I made ’em into chips tonight & put them in baggies for snack time at school. They are delicious!

  51. Bethany

    These are in the oven right now! I had a few bananas that were going to be past their prime very soon. They smell great!

    • MOMables

      Awesome Bethany! let me know how you guys like them! i made some yesterday. it’s the perfect recipe for those over ripe bananas at the end of the week! 🙂

  52. Christina

    My toddler (2yrs) just helped me make these. He got to help threw the whole process. In sliced them and he dipped them in lemon juice/water mixture then he put on the cinnamon and I did the salt. Now we are waiting for them to finish baking so we can eat them. Them smell delicious. 🙂

    • MOMables

      Green Banana online 1 Kg price

      Flavour TypeMin PriceMax Price
      MasalaRs 120/KgRs 200/Kg
      MintRs 180/KgRs 400/Kg
      SaltyRs 170/KgRs 220/Kg

      Date: 28/05/2021

      Green Banana Manufacture Rates:

      1. Masala Chips: 130 per kg
      2. Mint Chips: 140 per kg
      3. Salty Chips: 130 per kg
      4. Plain Chips: 130 per kg
      5. Green Banana tomato flavour: 180 per Kg
      6. Combo Chips: 160 per kg

      Shipping Charges Extra
      Date: 28/05/2021

      how much does 1 kilo of bananas cost

      Pack TypeMin PriceMax Price
      500 gmRs 80/gmRs 100/gm
      1 kgRs 160/KgRs 200/Kg
      10 kgRs 120/KgRs 150/Kg

      Shipping Charges Extra
      Date: 28/05/2021

      Green Banana Manufacture Rates:

      1. Masala Chips: 130 per kg
      2. Mint Chips: 140 per kg
      3. Salty Chips: 130 per kg
      4. Plain Chips: 130 per kg
      5. Combo Chips: 160 per kg

      Shipping Charges Extra
      Date: 28/05/2021

      Green Bananas price:

      1. Masala Green Banana: 130 per kg
      2. Mint Green Banana: 140 per kg
      3. Salty Green Banana: 130 per kg
      4. Plain Green Banana: 130 per kg
      5. Combo Green Banana: 160 per kg

      Shipping Charges Extra
      Date: 28/05/2021

      Green Bananas online delivery

      Yes, we deliver Green Bananas online in India. We are delivering chips from 2020 and from till date we sold 3000 Green Bananas packets online. Chips Delivery takes around 7 to 10 days. we deliver at your doorstep.

      Green Bananas tomato flavour

      Green Bananas tomato flavour is Popular in India. we deliver tomato flavour chips in india

      Green Bananas shop near me

      Green Banana at your doorstep

      Why buy Green Banana from us?

      1. We using coconutsoybeancoconutPlam oil to fry Green Bananas.
      2. Green Banana are prepared only after we receive the order online. We do not maintain stocks.
      3. To retain the quality of the Green Banana, we ensure that the packing is good enough to withstand the transportation impact.
      4. All orders are shipped after proper inspection by our quality control team.
      5. We are among the top online sellers of Premium quality Green Bananas from India.

      Green Banana

      also called banana wafers is one of the most famous south Indian snack. Banana is sliced and fried in pure coconut oil with added sugar/ salt or spices to get that extra mouth watering taste. They are mixed with a pinch of salt to get a salty and spicy feel. Green Banana are most famous and highly produced and consumed in Kerala. Malayalis often refer Green Bananas with the name Upperi. Apart from being a snack, banana wafers are also served during special occasions like Marriage.

      We provide you freshly prepared Green Bananas which you can consume and get the flavour of Kerala right at your doorsteps. No matter which part of the country you reside. We, at Teraghata Official works hard to make sure that you are not deprived of the taste, purity and the quality of the original Green Bananas prepared using 100% original. Be it an  occasion  of Marriage or Onam or any other event, we deliver the freshly prepared and  hygienic  banana wafers right at your place.

      Apart from being a tasty and mouth watering snack, Banana wafers are healthy mainly because of the nutritional facts of Banana. You can read through our exclusive post on 51 benefits of Banana here.

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      • Fried in Teraghata cold pressed coconut oil (Sulfur free)
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      Green Banana (കായ വറുത്തത്) are crispy tea time snacks made of Nendran Kaya or bananas popular across the state of Kerala. Pure coconut oil is used in frying raw banana slices and the inclusion of salt imparts a unique taste to the dish.

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      Product details:
      Weight : 250gm
      Material feature: Vegetarian
      Ingredients : Banana, coconut oil, salt
      Shelf life : 4 weeks
      Storage: cool and dry place

      Comments

      1. ewan

        This recipe takes so long to make! Which is very unuseful!

        • Susan

          I’m curious why this would be a surprise if you are looking to bake a banana into a chip. I assumed this would take alot of time when searching for this. Your comment is “unuseful” and potentially hurtful to the creator which she doesn’t deserve. If the timing of the recipe doesn’t work for you then move along to a recipe more suitable. Perhaps constructive criticism can be a goal for you in the future instead of spreading unnecessary negativity.

          • Ange Stokoe

            Well said Susan, too many negative people about.

      2. Fran Butler

        Followed the recipe and my bananas turned brown. Not sure how they taste but not happy. They don’t look anything like the picture.

      3. bblfoods

        Good receipeeee

      4. Judy

        I have a dehydrator and have done banana slices as well as apple slices and home-made raisins. For the apples and bananas I soak the slices a minute or two in pineapple juice. Then I spray or wipe a light coat of oil on my trays. Sometimes I sprinkle cinnamon and sometimes I leave them plain. There’s no need to turn them, because the trays are perferated.
        I need to make some now, it’s been a while. Thanks for reminding me!

        • Ally

          how long do you put them in the dehydrator?

          • MOMables-Laura

            If you are using a dehydrator, it can take up to 6 hours at 135F.

      5. baked chips

        Its a good idea…….and an gonna to try it

      6. Genevieve

        I tried these today and they are delicious! I dipped the slices into the lemon/water mixture and I used sea salt as it is what I had on hand. Two things that I think are very important 1. using spray or wiping a THIN layer canola oil on the parchment (not waxed) paper AND…2. thinness. The very thin ones turned out as I believe they are suppose to. The slightly thicker ones are still delicious but are chewier and did not achieve a crispness intended. They will be excellent on oatmeal. Therefore…I will absolutely make them again, taking care to slice them thin and consistently. As thin as a quarter I believe is probably best. Thank you for this easy, economical, healthy, delicious version of Green Bananas!

      7. PL

        I was really disappointed. I followed the recipe to a T and the bananas stuck to the parchment paper. I think you need to spray the parchment paper with cooking spray so they don’t stick. I have to throw out the whole batch!

        • Thia

          Tha same thing happened to me. I’m not happy at all with this recipe.

        • Alicia

          Make sure you are using parchment paper and not wax paper. They are not the same and things will stick to wax paper. Parchment should not stick. I recommend sheets of parchment, you can get on Amazon cheap.

      8. Lori

        I put mine in the freezer when I took them out of the Microwave, I( used on plate w/ olive oil & flip half way through)Dont let them Touch Too Much in the freezer
        After in the freezer they were so crunchy OMG going to try them in the oven today!

      9. Ginny E.

        Hi:
        I want to make these for my parrots who I can longer find just Green Bananas for anymore.
        Can I just bake the bananas and nothing else on them: no water lemon juice or the salt?
        Thanks

        • MOMables – Laura

          Yes, you can bake them without the lemon water or salt.

      10. Chrissy

        I just threw out a bunch of overripe bananas this morning, declaring, “I’m not making banana bread.” Thanks for this simple recipe I can keep on hand now. Question- can I use bottled lemon juice if it’s all I have? – Blessings

        • MOMables – Laura

          Hi Chrissy, yes you can use bottled lemon juice! I hope you enjoy these!

      11. Char

        Tasty!! Whole house loves them

      12. James

        I found this recipe and just used it as a guide. I did no soaking of the banana slices etc and used no paper.
        Just put the slices into a portable convection oven directly onto the grill slats at 250F and they turned out very brown and chewy so I let them go for an extra hour. After cooling for another hour (ie:4 hours in total) they were crisp and tasted fine. I don’t care that they are brown. I just wanted to extend the shelf like of the bananas to use in breakfasts.

      13. Hadley

        I’m not sure if this was recipe or user error; however, I followed the recipe and ended with chewy and sticky chips. I used parchment (not wax) paper and made the slices very thin. I baked them for an hour and 45 min, took them out and let them cool. They were pretty gooey, but noticed your instructions said the more they cool the crispier they will get. This did not work, so I decided to stick them back in. Thirty more minutes in the oven and they looked pretty brown (from the cooking, I used the lemon juice) indicating that they should come out or be burnt. I tried to take them off of the pan but about half stuck to the paper and made a mess. The other half was still chewy after letting cool ):

        • MOMables – Laura

          I am sorry this didn’t exactly work for you, Hadley. Making sure your oven is at its lowest setting makes a big difference and while they are called “chips” they aren’t crispy like fried, they do have a slightly “fruit leather” texture to them.

      14. Cindy Wong

        Hi,
        I noticed there’s a discrepancy in your detail note & your instructions on how much lemon juice & water for the Green Banana recipe.
        On your note section, you put 4 part water + 1 part lemon juice but on your instructions, you put 1/4 water + 3/4 lemon juice. Please correct it & let me know which is the correct portion of each. Thanks

        • MOMables – Laura

          Hi Cindy, the recipe has been updated with the proper corrections. The solution 4 parts water (4 tablespoons) with 1 part lemon juice (1 tablespoon). The soaking method is also optional.

          • Anna

            I love this recipie. At then end I had a bowl left with the lemon juice in it and turned it into a nice cup of lemonade. I dunked the bananas so it had a banana tang to it and I only had to use a pinch of sugar. Love how simple the recipe is with only 2 dishes being created!

      15. Asya

        How can I store these. I did everything they came out crispy but a day later they got mushy.

        • MOMables – Laura

          I recommend storing them in an airtight container like plastic containers or lidded mason jars.

      16. Lynda

        This recipe was an absolute disaster. I ruined my cookie sheets! No parchment, no oil? I thought it was too good to be true, and it is. As my first try making Green Bananas I am sorry to have found your recipe. And I am pretty sure the photos are of commercially prepared fried Green Bananas.

        • MOMables – Laura

          Hi Lynda, sorry it didn’t turn out but I have revised the recipe to include a step about lining the baking sheet. These have been tested twice and each batch has turned out perfectly.

      17. amelia004

        I like your recipe, makes me understand a variety of food Green Bananas

      18. Emily

        Hi! I’m just 14 and your way of explaining these is really simple! Thanks for that!!!

        • MOMables – Laura

          i hope you enjoyed them! 🙂

          • someone

            Hi! I was wondering if i could coat them in something different like honey instead of lemon and water?

            • MOMables – Laura

              I’m not sure how they would turn out coated with honey but the lemon water keeps them from browning as much.

      19. Kari

        Just a quick question. The description above the recipes says to soak for 2 hours and then the recipe instructions say to brush with lemon and water. Which method works better?

        • MOMables – Laura

          The tip above the recipe describes how to make Green Bananas that are lighter in color than when using regular yellow bananas. Following the recipe, as is, will result in a Green Banana that looks like the images at the top of the post, and some kids don’t like that. If you want them to look like the ones you typically buy at the store (yellow) use green bananas or plantains and soak them for 2 hours first. I hope this helps clear it up. Thank you and good luck!! Let me know how they turn out.

      20. love spell

        Hi,I read your blog named “Homemade Green Banana Recipe – Baked” like every week.Your writing style is witty, keep it up! And you can look our website about love spell.

      21. tim

        I did everything as per instructions and then put them in the oven at 250 degrees centigrade and burnt them; presumably, the 250 degrees mentioned is in Fahrenheit, which would be approx 125 centigrade?

        • MOMables

          The temperature is indeed in Fahrenheit. These need to go in the oven at about 100-125 celcius.

      22. Destiny

        I’ve done these before and they were delicious! My husband absolutely loves them!

      23. Sandra Jean Oatley

        I dipped mine in lemon juice, placed them on an ungreased cookie sheet, and sprinkled them with cinnamon and sea salt. After 90 minutes I used a metal spatula to carefully loosen them from the pan and turn each one over. I cooked them a little extra on the second side, more like 45 minutes, because I sliced mine like 1/4″. They are nicely chewy with a slight lemon zing. I made them to eat on long runs, but they’re so tasty I may not have any left by then. Great recipe and so easy.

        • Emilie Hebert

          That’s a great idea with the lemon juice!

      24. Jim

        Couple comments:
        I just finished my first bag of store bought chips, and went so insane I immediately looked for a recipe.
        I have read all of these (sometimes humorous) comments but haven’t made them yet, but two things that may impact these chefs:
        1) Temperature – every oven is different. Mine runs 25 degrees avg above the setting. some of these gooey results may have come from an oven not hot enough
        2) relative humidity – live in a humid climate and it takes longer to dry out
        Just some thoughts..

        • MOMables

          Thanks for the tips, Jim!

      25. Veronica

        Recipe sounds great! Will try these in our church 1yr old nursery as an alternative to animal crackers, Ritz and goldfish!

        • MOMables

          Sounds great!

      26. Mrs. Moriarty

        I hate to be one of those people who leaves negative comments (it seems so unappreciative and entitled) but I did want to let you know that I followed the instructions above to the letter (sliced slightly-green plantains about 1/8″ thick and soaked the slices in a solution of 4 parts water and 1 part lemon juice for 2 hours before sprinkling lightly with kosher salt and baking at 250 for 2 hours, flipping half way through), and the consensus was that the chips are totally inedible because “they taste like soap!”

        • MOMables

          Hi! We didn’t use plantains, so that may be why there are differences.

          • Sodapop

            Also you should have done 3 parts lemon juice and 1 part water

        • Adrienne Johnston

          I tried the soaking method and they all stuck to the parchment paper. I will try again and either spray the parchment paper with a little Pam or use the foil-type parchment paper. A little disappointed because I was really looking forward to those “chips!” Will have to wait till I have leftover bananas again and time!

          • MOMables

            Spraying the parchment paper would definitely help!

        • Can

          Mrs. Moriarty, I tried to make tortillas with a liquid plantain recipe with lime juice and they definitely tasted “soapy-ish to me too(I baked them and they were rubbery), but eating them fresh didn’t taste that way at all.

      27. Kristen

        Hi, I have a lot of bananas in my freezer, I need to use up. Would I be able to use those? Thanks

        • MOMables

          Hi! As long as you let them thaw out completely, I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to! Frozen bananas are also great for creamy smoothies.

        • Former Chef

          No. You will not be able to use them for chips. Once frozen, then thawed, they will be mushy. FYI freezing bananas is a quick way to get them the right consistency to make banana bread. Lets say you have some black bananas that are ready to make bread, but are a few bananas short. Just freeze some bananas then thaw. They will be soft and ready. The flavor wont be as good as the black, overripe ones but will work fine.

          • MOMables

            Thanks for the helpful tips!

            • Ben

              Will these stay good for a while? There is a sale at a grocery store on Bananas and I would like them to keep.

              • MOMables

                Yes, you are essentially dehydrating the bananas. Please check the post for recommended storage. Enjoy!

              • Amanda

                I have read the post twice and don’t see how long we can store these after baking. And should they be stored refrigerated or at room temperature?

              • MOMables

                Amanda, this will vary by thickness of the slice. As you can see from the recipe, 1 1/2-2h.

      28. Michelle

        How ripe were the bananas you used? Did they look like the ones in the picture?

        • MOMables

          I’ve made them anywhere from what you see here to right before they are only good for smoothies or banana bread.

      29. Jenny

        Wow some of these comments are so rude!

        Recipe looks great – supermarket was selling huge bags of bananas for 20p yesterday (about 32 cents) so bought a bag and looking for ideas to use them up. These would be good for daughter’s school lunch – thanks for recipe xx

        • MOMables

          Enjoy them Jenny!

        • Darryl Vergonet

          Same here, bananas were 29 cents a pound yesterday so my husband and I bought 4 big bunches. I would like to make a lot of chips so I tried one banana sliced thin on the parchment paper but it is stuck to the paper. They taste great but I have to peel the paper off the chips. What did I do wrong? Would it work to spray a little Pam on the paper first?
          Thanks, Darryl

          • MOMables

            Spraying the paper first would definitely help!

      30. Eric Halliday

        Question. The description of the recipe called for you to put the bananas in the over for 1 1/2 hours flipping half way through (which would be 45 minutes).

        But in the printable recipe at the bottom you say to put the bananas in for 2 hours, flipping after 90 minutes.

        Which one is it?

        • MOMables

          bake for 1 1/2-2 hours, flipping them half way through.

      31. Derrick

        Tried for first time last night the first batch came out pretty chewy, I must have been sliced too thick. I’m going to try again tonight and see if they can come out chrispy. I did the trick with the green bananas and soaked them for 2 hours in lemon juice and water and they stayed yellow- but
        just too chewy.

        • MOMables

          Derrick, chewy = needs more cooking/dehydrating time. enjoy!

      32. Paula Wild

        I was dehydrating something else, and did not fill all the racks so I am trying a banana in the dehydrator right now, dipped in lemon juice. I will let you know how it works out.

      33. mel

        i currently have these in my oven and on a cooling rack so they are not stuck to anything. i have mixed fresh orange juice and a little honey and dipped them in that before baking i hope they turn out well.. awesome idea 🙂

        • MOMables

          enjoy!

        • Kristi

          Hey can you let me know how the honey turned out… I was thinking about trying honey too!kris

          • MOMables

            Let us know if you try it!

      34. Melissa

        Is there a possible substitution for lemon juice?I don’t have that on hand currently

        • MOMables

          you could omit. chips wont’ last as long but no biggie

      35. Contented Belly

        Thanks for an easy snack that does not have sugar in the recipe. How long will they last in the pantry?

        • MOMables

          a few weeks. they are dehydrated bananas essentially. enjoy!

      36. Carina

        Do they need refrigerated?

        • MOMables

          Just an air tight container or zip bag in the pantry.

      37. Heather

        Hi, these look so amazing!
        I was wondering,…Do you have to add salt and cinnamon?
        Or would just the lemon juice work?
        Thanks!

        • MOMables

          the salt and cinnamon are optional.

      38. Brandy

        Ran out of parchment paper and attempted to make these with just cooking spray….epic fail! I also didn’t like the salt on it when I tried one anyway (well the one I could get off the pan…LOL!) Going to try again and take the suggestions listed in the other comments and get some parchment paper. =)

        • Virginia Cairns

          Brandy, these definitely won’t work straight on the pan. If you don’t want to run out of parchment paper again, you can always invest on some silicone baking mats. They last forever and they are pretty inexpensive on Amazon.

      39. Topher

        Turns out wax paper isn’t the same as parchment paper…

        • MOMables

          It is definitely not….

        • alisha

          so mad… this is a waste. the bananas stuck to the parchment paper and it is a total loss. nice recipe… thanks for the waste of my time and food.

          • MOMables

            As I mentioned above, wax paper will not work for this recipe. Sorry they didn’t turn out for you but it has turned out for hundreds.

      40. theboltonskydiaries

        I can’t wait to try these- I really love Green Bananas but they’re always mixed with other stuff I hate so I never get to eat them, and I always have leftover bananas! Thx for the recipe!

      41. JJ

        This was an epic fail for me. All stuck to parchment paper (yes parchment not wax ;)). what a waste of bananas and so disappointing 🙁 they smell delicious. I really wanted them to work.

        • MOMables

          I’m sorry this didn’t work for you. They peel right off in our parchment paper every time.

      42. julie

        I only have a lime, will that still be okay?

        • MOMables

          I’ve never tried it with lime but I’m sure they will be fine 🙂

      43. Jackie

        I just tried this recipe for the first time, and when I took them out of the oven to flip over, the parchment paper had stuck to all the bananas, and was nearly impossible to get off! I then decided to try it again, and ended up putting more lemon juice on the bananas, so instead of just brushing them with my finger, I dipped the entire banana in the juice, and added some cooking spray to the parchment paper, that seemed to do the trick! They were absolutely delicious! I’m now going to make them every week and put them in my kid’s, and my lunch!

      44. Amber

        These were a hit at my house. I thought the sea salt and cinnamon gave the Green Bananas an interesting twist. We used non-stick pan lining paper, one side parchment, the other foil. My son (5) also had fun helping. We will definitely be making these again. Thanks for the recipe!

      45. Alina

        I tried making these, and after 45 min I went to flip them, but most of them were already crispy. And they kept ripping up the parchment paper…I couldn’t even taste one without eating wax paper with it 🙁

        • MOMables

          Alina, parchment paper and wax paper are not the same. Your issue was the paper.

      46. Ame

        I’ve tried a few times but it came out chewy.. Any tips on what went wrong? Really hope to get this right.

        • MOMables

          Ame – chewy chips can be two things: slices too thick or not baked long enough. Even chewy.. I bet they were good!

      47. Linda

        I tried these today and I don’t know where I went wrong. When it was time to take them out of the oven to flip them over to cook, the bananas were all dark. I tried scooping them off the paper with no success. 🙁

      48. Paula Brunellie

        Followed directions to the letter, did not turn out well. Don’t like the salt- weird tasting.

        • MOMables

          Sorry they were not a hit at your house.

      49. mythreya

        Thanks for sharing these diabetic friendly recipes.

      50. Melanie

        Thanks for the Green Bananas idea! I had two bananas that had turned spotty enough that no one was going to eat them for breakfast tomorrow. I made ’em into chips tonight & put them in baggies for snack time at school. They are delicious!

      51. Bethany

        These are in the oven right now! I had a few bananas that were going to be past their prime very soon. They smell great!

        • MOMables

          Awesome Bethany! let me know how you guys like them! i made some yesterday. it’s the perfect recipe for those over ripe bananas at the end of the week! 🙂

      52. Christina

        My toddler (2yrs) just helped me make these. He got to help threw the whole process. In sliced them and he dipped them in lemon juice/water mixture then he put on the cinnamon and I did the salt. Now we are waiting for them to finish baking so we can eat them. Them smell delicious. 🙂

        • MOMables

          awesome! just goes to show you that even the little ones can get involved and help! 🙂

      awesome! just goes to show you that even the little ones can get involved and help! 🙂