Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Milo Banana Paratha

Instead of having cake for afternoon tea, I tweaked the menu to Milo Banana Paratha. This is something that is easy to prepare at home with minimal cost. It's suitable for breakfast or for afternoon tea.

Milo Banana Paratha
Serves 2

Ingredients:
2 small banana, peeled and sliced thinly
2 frozen Paratha bread
4tbsp of Milo or Chocolate powder

Steps:
1. Heat up a pan, fry the Paratha bread. When it's done at the bottom side, over-turn it to fry the other side.

2. Arrange banana slices on top of the paratha bread. Fry it for another 1 minute. Sprinkle 2 tbsp of Milo powder and dish out. Continue the same steps for the 2nd Paratha bread.

21 comments:

Anncoo said...

WOW! Really looks so delicious and easy! How about adding some cheese on top? ;DD

Little Inbox said...

Anncoo, can. This is a versatile dish. You can add any toppings you like.

Priya said...

Wow fantastic dish, kids will definitely love this..

SimpleGirl said...

nice, kids will love this...and love ur creativity!!!

MaryMoh said...

That's totally creative! I would never have thought about adding milo and bananas to paratha. Must be very delicious. I usually eat paratha with curry.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Nice roti canai with pisang and milo!!!!
Hmmm, if drizzle some condensed milk then aiyoyo, I cannot talk oredi, drooling all over.

Mei Teng said...

Wow...new way to enjoy paratha.

We have roti canai filled with bananas. But never tried anything with milo.

Little Inbox said...

Priya, yes, definitely!

Simple girl, I got this idea from Hot & Roll. :)

MaryMoh, now we know it can be eaten as sweet stuff also. Sounds great, right?

Little Inbox said...

wendyywy, hehe you contribute a great idea to make it more wonderful. Thanks. I'm drooling right now, haha...

Mei Teng, it tastes wonderful especially the banana is heated. It smells good!

My Little Space said...

This reminds me of my older days! I used to eat bread or roti with a spread of fullcream milk & milo. And that's what my dad made for me & my 3 younger brothers. Thanks for sharing & have a wonderful evening.
Cheers, Kristy

tigerfish said...

very creative! yum!

Little Inbox said...

Hi Kristy, so it reminds you about the lovely breakfast that you dad prepared for you huh? :) Good.

tigerfish, hehe...I hope to come up with new creation. :P

petite nyonya said...

What an interesting twist to paratha!

masterofboots said...

this looks really nice. i used to love milo as a kid but now have to watch my weight, haha

daphne said...

I like this idea!! Crisp and with hint of sweetness. Very nice!!!!

foodbin said...

it sures looks delicious.

Little Inbox said...

petite nyonya, yes, I turned it to a sweet stuff. :)

masterofboots, I got to watch my weight too, but it's too hard to do so. :(

daphne, thanks. Also it is simple to make. No oil is needed for the frying process.

foodbin, yes it is. :)

mycookinghut said...

Very interesting combination! I am loving this as I am a big Milo fan!!

Little Inbox said...

mycookinghut, I see. Hope you try to make this snack too.

pigpigscorner said...

Roti milo! I love to order this at mamak. Nice!

Little Inbox said...

pigpigscorner, Mamak got roti Milo? I seldom go to mamak stall, so I'm not aware they have it. :)

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