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Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe

How to make Green Banana Coconut Curry. Cooking with unripe or green bananas, not plantains, is a quick delicious recipe mix of green bananas, coconut milk, curry and healthy vegetables.

Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe

Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe. Green bananas are easily found at most farmer's markets and supermarkets.
Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe
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Green bananas are delicious; they are starchy similar to potatoes. Green bananas are easily found at most farmer's markets and supermarkets. 

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Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe


Ingredients

3 green bananas cut in half
2 medium carrots, chopped
1 medium onion, chopped
1 large red tomato, diced
1 large green tomato, diced
1 teaspoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons ground curry powder
2 cups coconut milk
Water for boiling

Directions

Cut off both ends of the unpeeled bananas and place in boiling salted water for 20 minutes. Remove the bananas and discard skins and drain water from the pot. Add lemon juice to water and add remaining ingredients to a large pot. Simmer for 15 minutes or until bananas are tender. Serve with soft bread.


Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe. Green bananas are easily found at most farmer's markets and supermarkets.
Green Banana Coconut Curry Recipe











Did you know?

Green bananas contain short chain fatty acids, according to Food Health Nutrition. The cells that line your intestines love to eat these acids, and keeping these cells healthy means that your body will be able to absorb nutrients such as calcium more easily.

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