Make Anahita Dhondy’s Raw Banana Cutlets That She Served To G20 World Leaders’ Spouses

by Shreya Ghosh
Make Anahita Dhondy’s Raw Banana Cutlets That She Served To G20 World Leaders’ Spouses

The G20 Summit was such a grand international meeting hosted in New Delhi. It was a 2-day event and world leaders and their spouses graced their presence in this major international meeting. Chef Anahita Dhondy, Chef Kunal Kapur, and Chef Ajay Chopra prepared a lavish feast of delicacies for the spouses of the world leaders. Today, we are getting a look inside the making of one of the dishes.

Chef Anahita Dhondy Prepared A Special Millet Recipe For The First Ladies

The Chef cooked a nutritious and delicious dish with millet and she recently shared a video mentioning all about the process of cooking this dish. From ingredients to methods to some tips, she has mentioned all about it.

The chef cooked Raw Banana Cutlets or Kera Na cutlets with Amaranth for the spouses of the world leaders on the first day of the G20 Summit. It is a Parsi delicacy and can be enjoyed both as a snack and a meal too. The best part is that it does not take a lot of time to prepare and put together this delicacy. Here’s how you can also make this recipe at home.


  • 1 kg Raw Bananas (you can replace it with potatoes too)
  • 150 ml Refined Oil
  • 1tsp Cumin
  • 5-6 Green Chilies (finely chopped)
  • Ginger
  • 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 1/2tsp Cumin Powder
  • Salt
  • 1tsp Coriander Powder
  • 2tbsp Mint (finely chopped)
  • 2tbsp Coriander (finely chopped)
  • Lemon Juice
  • 200 grams Cooked Barnyard Millet
  • Amaranth pops
  • Oil

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How To Make Raw Banana Cutlets?

  • To make the cutlets, start by boiling all the raw bananas. Let it cool down after boiling. Once it cools well, peel off the skin and mash well.
  • Next, take a pan and heat some oil in it. For tadka, add cumin, green chilies, turmeric powder, and all the above-mentioned spices. Then add the boiled bananas and cook everything properly.
  • Once everything gets cooked, mash the millet and add it to the cooked boiled bananas.
  • Then transfer it to a plate and add chopped coriander and mint.
  • For some chatpata taste, add some lemon juice as well.
  • Then shape the cutlets accordingly, coat these using puffed amarnath, and then deep fry them in oil.
  • You can even cook them in air fryer.
  • Relish the cutlets with your favourite chutney.

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Are you going to try this Raw Banana Cutlets recipe by Chef Anahaita Dhondy?

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/ Anahita Dhondy