An easy wine recipe with small banana, which uses only 3 ingredients. If you have some leftover banana on your hand, try this recipe.
Banana cut into pieces ( palayamkodan pazham ) – 15-20
Sugar – 600-750 gm
Yeast – 1 tsp
Water – 2 litres
In a ceramic jar/bharani, add banana, sugar, yeast and water. Mix well. Close the jar with a lid. Secure the mouth of the jar with a lid. Next day, open the jar and stir well. For 10 days, mix the contents in the jar. On 11th day, open the jar and pass the contents through a sieve. Now pour the liquid on to a bottle. Liquid will look cloudy. Keep the bottle undisturbed for 2-3 weeks. Here I have opened the bottle after 3 weeks. Now banana wine is ready and looks clear.
You can serve banana wine.
14 thoughts on “Banana wine”
wow.. amazing beena.. nice job..
Very new one, till now I thought wine was basically made from grapes..
flavorful & interesting one,haven't tried this..yummy:)
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oh wow…this is very new to me….very interesting!!!
Banana wine looks delicious , Homemade wine taste great.
Very new to me…Looks so good…
Nice post..Its short n to the point..One doubt though..By one bottle do you mean 1 ltr or 750 ml..Please clarify this..
Hi Rani, By one bottle I mean 750 ml.
First time in your space, the wine looks gr8.
Why don't we add spices like karuvapatta, elaichi etc
If you want you can use it.
Use wine yeast instead of ordinary yeast.
How this golden color comes? Added sme color agents?
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