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Thursday, 13 November 2014

Kuih Kodok (Mashed Banana Fritters)

Made this easy Banana Fritters for my tea break today as I have some left over banana.  Instead of making banana cake, this is super quick and super easy too.


150g (net weight) ripe bananas (pisang emas)
½ tsp salt (or less)
1 tsp sugar
5 tbsp self-raising flour
1 tbsp rice flour
1 tbsp Quaker oats
A pinch of bicarbonate of soda

Mash ripe bananas well with a fork and combine with salt, sugar, self-raising flour, rice flour and oats. Sift in bicarbonate of soda. Mix until well combined into a batter.

Heat wok with enough oil over medium heat. Spoon a tablespoon of batter and drop into the hot oil. Constantly turn the fritters around until they are golden brown. 

Remove with a slotted ladle and drain on several layers of absorbent kitchen paper. Serve immediately.

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  1. Mmmm.. i sukak chiak! But beh hiow fry, haha! And too scared to buy from stalls.. so can only drool from here ^^ you are so hardworking, mel! Wish we are neighbours ^^

    1. This recipe yield only small portion so you don't need a big frying pan to fry it. You can even use a small sauce pan to fry it. oil splitter splatter on your beautiful worries at all. hehehe....

    2. Ya...I wish we were neighbours too! We will have fun together in the kitchen everyday!!!

  2. Mel,l
    This looks so good!
    Can I have a few for tea..hehe

  3. Mel, this is one of my favourite kuih! But so long already haven't eaten it. I can imagine the smell and the taste but wish that I can eat some right now!

  4. hmmmm.. yum yum yum.... love to have these.. i mean, yours.. i'm really still quite a failure deep frying but will try to give this a go someday since it is so easy

  5. they look very nicely done..sedap..good for teh tarik session ..haha

  6. Hi Mel, I've fried bananas ... goreng pisang few times but many years ago. Mashed banana fritters yet to attempt ... yours looked so tempting !

  7. All time fave...remind me of my kampung when mom used to make them for breakfast and we dip them in fish curry ;P

  8. Hi Mel,
    This is one of our beloved childhood snacks. My mother would always make this as we have banana trees growing in our garden, which gave us lots of fruits. I sometimes make this for my kids, but have never added in oats before, interesting ingredient. And a pot of tea is a must when I make this! Looks really yummy, thanks for the reminder, I have not made this for quite a while!