Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Banana Fritters/Goreng Pisang

Bananas, bananas, bananas. Great to have in the kitchen when in need for a snack or a topping to cereal, ice cream, or in the fruit salads, banana cream pie, banana bread, banana foster, banana etc. I have a family that only eats banana at a certain ripeness, and then not touch the bananas afterwards. So, there will always be creative ways to work these bananas in different recipes and as part of the ingredienst of something that my picky eaters would consider munching on afterwards...

Almost anything deep-fried is a treat for me, and growing up with goreng pisang made from the small, frangrant asia-grown bananas that were easily accessible at various food outlets had been convenient. To replicate this treat is very easy, and I used Amy Beh's recipe which turn out very well. I sprinkled some powdered sugar onto the fritters for the kids. Before my health concious cousin start commenting on what we should eat, I want to add that this is another occassional goody for the family. LOL!


Little Corner of Mine said...

Yum, very crispy!

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Yeah, and it was great with vanilla ice cream too! :)