Watch: Vitamin A-Rich Banana Peel Is Good For Eyes; Make This Chutney With It (Recipe Video)

Banana peel chutney recipe: Raw bananas are often used to make pickle, kofta and other Indian sabzis. Use the raw banana peel to make this chutney.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: October 10, 2020 11:52 IST

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Watch: Vitamin A-Rich Banana Peel Is Good For Eyes; Make This Chutney With It (Recipe Video)

Vitamin A is known to boost eye health. Make this banana peel chutney, rich in vitamin A.

Highlights
  • Banana peel is extremely rich in Vitamin A that boosts eye health.
  • Use banana peel to make this yummy tangy chutney.
  • Watch the recipe video to make it at home.

The mushy and sweet banana fruit is good in taste and benefits our health in a number of ways. Sadly, banana peel is always ignored even though it is loaded with nutrients. Did you know that banana peel is rich in immunity-boosting antioxidants and vitamin A nutrient that is good for eyesight? Well, now you know. And if you are wondering how to exactly consume banana peels, this chutney is the yummiest and simplest recipe you can pick to use the leftover peels.

This chutney will taste best if you use the peels of raw bananas. Raw bananas are often used to make pickle, kofta and other Indian sabzis. When you are done making these recipes, use the banana peel to make this chutney, which you can pair with paratha, rice dish, snacks, sandwich, chips and more.

This recipe video from YouTube channel 'Cook With Parul' is easy to follow. Kacche kele ki chutney is commonly made in Bengal and Bihar, and now you too can make it at home.

Watch: Raw Banana Peel Recipe Video:

(Also Read: 13 Delicious Banana Recipes To Try At Home)

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To make this tangy chutney, first boil the banana peels and grind with salt, garlic, and green chillies to make chutney. Then heat some mustard oil in a pan and fry kalonji and whole red chilli. Pour the chutney in the pan and cook for a couple of minutes. The chutney is ready; you can cool it down and serve with any meal of your choice. You can also store in an air-tight container and keep in refrigerator for 3-4 days.
 

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