We did publish a Boashi (banana blossom) recipe sometime back. But that was a dry curry type recipe that had Lonumirus curry powder and coconut milk in it.
Here we have a Theluli Boashi recipe where all the ingredients are fried separately and then later combined to form a deliciously crunchy side.
Those of you handling a banana blossom for the first time, yes it’s a bit sticky and weird, but don’t worry about it because the salt water soaking will get rid of the starchiness. Also, for a Theluli Boashi to be successful, you’ll need to get everything fried crispy. The key here is medium heat, frying in batches and draining off as much excess oil as possible after frying.