A popular snack from Kerala are fried Cripsy banana chips, known locally as Upperi. In Kerala, it is the nendhra vazha, a variety of banana, which is used to make the chips. The chips are always fried in coconut oil. Both ripe and unripe bananas are used. Sometimes they are coated with masala or jaggery to make spicy or sweet variants. They are an integral part of the traditional Kerala meal called sadya, served during weddings and traditional festivals such as Onam.
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