Fried Banana Fritter or Kuih Kodok in Malay is a common street food in Malaysia. I had not eaten this for 9 years since I immigrated to Canada. I missed it so much that I decided to make it at home despite that I do not like deep frying in my kitchen.
The Fried Banana Fritter is soft and sweet and full of banana flavour. It is best eaten warm. I got the recipe from Kuali but made some adjustment to it as I find that the recipe in Kuali has too much salt in it which makes the banana fritter more savory than sweet. I prefer it to be sweet.
- 150g (net weight) ripe bananas (about 1 large banana)
- a pinch of salt
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 5 tablespoons self-rising flour
- 1 tablespoon rice flour
- 1 tablespoon Quaker oats (I subtitituted with 1 teaspoon of ground flax seed)
- a pinch of baking soda
Click on the link below for the instructions.
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Ooh, I don’t think we’ve made banana fritters before. Sounds pretty easy. Will try this!
(Haha, yes, we too are averse to deep-frying!)
do you know how to make goreng pisang?
my mom always fries outside–in like… i think it is an electric wok? i never knew why but now that my kitchen floor is greasy, i understand!
what dose it mean to fry “outside in” i have never heard of that.
i think she meant using the electric wok outside of the ‘house’. so the grease doesnt mess the walls and floors.
ahh ok. thank you
Hi Michelle, here are two goreng pisang recipes from kuali:
hi hi, your banana fritters look delicious. my version would be much more moist in texture(click onto the link website) where I used 4 bananas..I like the addition of oat..rice flour is a good idea as I used normal flour in mine. cheers!