Friday 27 January 2012

Pisang Goreng- Banana fritters.

Sweet banana deep fried in a crispy  crunchy coating ,drizzled with a flurry of icing sugar.


3 sweet  firm medium bananas (Do not use over ripe bananas)
30 grams / 1 oz  rice flour
120 grams  /4 oz plain flour
60 grams  / 2 oz  corn flour
Pinch of salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
180ml (approx) water to make batter
Sunflower oil for deep frying.
Icing sugar to sprinkle


1. In a  bowl add the flours and salt and gradually add the water to form a  thick batter that coats the back of a spoon.(It should be fairly thick so that it coates the banana and doesn't drop off)
2. Peel and slice the bananas into two .Cut each slice into  three pieces and keep aside
3. Heat the oil and when it is hot, dip the  banana pieces into the batter and drop them gently into the hot oil.
4. Deep fry the banana fritters on medium heat  until golden brown , remove from oil and drain on kitchen paper.
5. Sprinkle some icing over the bananas and transfer them to a serving dish.

Serve with Vanilla icecream.

Fritters are very popular in lots of Asian countries. I love all Asian desserts and am trying to cook my way through the different types. If like me you like Asian desserts do check this list of 25 Indonesian Desserts

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  1. Omg, super crispy fritters,makes me drool..

  2. Yummy fritters, a similar one is prepared down south in Kerala.

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  4. Lovely presentation. I love the props you use for the clicks btw.Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  6. delicious and crispy fritters !!

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  7. Wow feel like garbing those whole plate of fritters..... luks Sooper crispy...

  8. nice recipe with banana. .thanks for linking with my event

  9. super tempting and crispy fritters..

  10. thank you for linking this fabulous sweet

  11. WWHich part do these banana fritter come from ??? Never heard of them..I only know banana chips, kelavada...:) This is complete different and new..

  12. i love these a lot....I used to have it in an malay rest. I didnt know that original name...they look tempting!

  13. Sounds yummy with icecream.Thanks for linking to CEDD event.

  14. Yummy snack, can be eaten without sugar too!

  15. Mm, I've been craving some banana fritters for a long time! ^^ These look especially delicious!

  16. My favourite snack, looks very delicious.

  17. This is what I always order for dessert at a thai restaurant. Love this recipe!!!

  18. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting recipe..

  19. One of my favourite all time pudding! Yum.

  20. These were fabulous! I loved snooping around you blog and I can't wait to try more of your recipes!

  21. Made these last week. So nice.

  22. These look fantastic! Great recipe


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