PISANG GORENG / FRIED BANANA

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Pisang gorengfried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a very popular snack made of banana or plantain, covered in batter and then deep fried and is  mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand ,Singapore,Brunei and  Philippines. In Indonesia and Malaysia, pisang goreng is often sold by street vendors. In the Philippines, it is called by different names as it has different variations. Most street vendors will then sell it as is.These days Restaurants that serve pisang goreng present it in many ways, such as with icing sugar dusted, cheese, jam, condensed milk, or chocolate. People in some parts of Malaysia even have it with Soy sauce.In Suriname this snack is also known as bakabana (meaning baked banana in the local language). Pisang raja is a popular kind of banana used for pisang goreng.

My family loves this popular snack. It hardly takes 20 mins to prepare this wonderful yummy snack with basic ingredients in the pantry. I like to have it with cinnamon powder sprinkled on it or with Vanilla Ice cream  and no other variations.

Our 94th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme is #Snacks and y contribution is this yummy Pisang Goreng from my part of the world.

Recipe for Pisang Goreng:

6 Bananas peeled and cut into 4 parts each

330 ML (1 Can)Ice cold Soda water

3/4 Cup Self raising  flour (Unbleached)

1/2 Cup Corn Flour

A pinch of Salt

2 tbsp to add to batter + Oil for frying

Method:

Take a wide bottom pan and heat the oil for frying.

In a wide bowl add all the flours, salt and 2 tbsp sizzling hot oil and mix well. Now pour the ice cold soda water slowly and mix well until you get a lump free thick paste.The paste should neither be too thick nor too thin. Dip the banana slices and deep fry until they turn golden brown.

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Serve hot these crispy Pisang goreng with a hint of Cinnamon powder sprinkled or Vanilla Ice cream.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

15 thoughts on “PISANG GORENG / FRIED BANANA

  1. Sandhya says:

    Preethi, these look so yummy and the batter looks so light, airy and crispy. I would love it with vanilla icecream please 🙂
    Fabulous share!

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