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Monday, 12 September 2011

Banana Fritters With Coconut

My sister's mother-in-law gave me a bunch of bananas yesterday and I don't know what I should do with it other than deep fry it..  I don't know the exact name of this type of bananas but I know it sure is good with deep fry (goreng pisang).  I don't want to just fry the normal "goreng pisang" so I searched into Wendy's blog "Table for 2....or more and I decided to make this yummy Banana Fritters with coconut.



Banana Fritters
Recipes source from Wendy's blog here

400gm mashed ripe bananas
120gm all purpose flour
1/3tsp baking soda
80gm sugar
100gm freshly grated coconut flesh (if using unsweetened dessicated coconut, use only 20-30g)
A pinch of salt
Oil for frying


1. In a bowl, sift flour with baking soda. Mix in with the bananas, sugar and salt; thereafter in the 
    dessicated coconut.  Combined all well together.  Put the batter in the fridge for 15-30 minutes.
2. Heat oil in wok and drop teaspoonful of batter into hot oil.
3. Fry the fritters until golden brown.


So easy to make and good for tea break!



         This is the type of bananas I used for this fritters.  What is the name of this bananas, anyone?

  
             It is so yummy to eat when it is still warm.  Goes well with a cup of tea now!

4 comments:

  1. It's pisang nipah, I think.
    If dessicated coconut, 20-30gm should be sufficient due to a lower weight with absense of water.

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  2. Thanks for the info. In fact, I just put about 40g of dessicated coconut only. Forgotten to amend. Thanks!!

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  3. Nice to have it over a cup of coffee O!

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  4. These were great! I tried them first with bananas, then I substituted applesauce for the bananas and my family could not get enough of these! I'll share this page on my facebook. Thanks

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