Friday, August 17, 2007

Banana Fritters/ Kuih Kodok








I finally found a quick and easy way to get rid of my ripen banana instead of use it for banana cake. That is to make banana fritters, it's easier, less thing for me to wash, and can use as little as one banana! I don't know about you, but I hardly left with 3 ripen bananas that nobody wants to eat. It will either be one or two and that was not enough to make banana cake or muffin. So, I adapted my recipe from Isha's kuih kodok. And since I only have two black banana looking at me instead of three, this is what I did,




Ingredients:

2 bananas, smashed
1 large brown egg
1/3 cup of flour
pinch of salt
2 tsp. fulled of cane sugar

In a mixing bowl, smashed the bananas with a fork.  Add in egg, salt and sugar.  Mix well.  Use a small cookie and scoop into a medium heat hot oil (be careful as it brown easily, make sure the heat is low so that it will cook in the inside of the fritter) and deep-fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towel before serving.

Verdict: It's a tasty snack indeed, goes very well with afternoon tea. Thanks Isha! :)

Note: Recipe revised on June 9th, 2013.

21 comments:

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Sounds great for that one black banana! ;)

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Used up my one black banana with your recipe and it's yummy! :)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi V,
You are really fast ah! But very simple and easy right? Glad you like it, now we know what to do with our one black banana right? ;)

Ning's Mummy said...

This looks like quite easy, tempting me to try again.. hehe

1/3 cup of flour is how many grams huh?

tigerfish said...

I thought "leopard" banana is already bad, black banana is worse....hahaha!
Definitely a keeper recipe for me since I don't bake! Thanks! My bananas have not turned black yet so I will try it when they have a chance to turn black :P

Andaliman said...

In my city it's called godog gedang, gedang means pisang or banana

yummyyy

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi Ning's Mummy,
1/3 cup is 40 gram. It's easy lah and yummy too. Do try it!

Haha Tigerfish! More like lots of "leopard" banana lah, a little still not enough, must be a lot, if not not as sweet.

Hi Andaliman,
Wah, so hard to pronounce, godog gedang! We called it kuih kodok, good for the leftover banana.

Aimée said...

Sounds yummy! I love anything banana, and deep fried settles it!

Lia said...

its sound really good since i love "pisang goreng" or fried banana :D

Precious Moments said...

sounds good.

Blur Mommy said...

Looks yummy!! I make these with my black banana too..hehe... I normally use Florence's recipe.

SteamyKitchen said...

1 lonely black banana sitting on the counter will be made into fritters in the morning!

thx for recipe.

Isha said...

hmmm...love it, yes its good with afternoon tea. yummy

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Aimee, Lia, Edith. :)

Hi Blur Mommy,
Let me go look at Florence's recipe and see whether I can use just one banana to do it. ;)

Hi SteamyKitchen,
You're welcome! Hope you and your boys like it! :)

Hi Isha,
Thanks again for the recipe! Love it! :)

Tricia Lee-Chin said...

Got some very-very ripe finger bananas couldn't get to it fast enough.

Found your recipe and I made this for my boy 2 days in a row. Today, I made it with Bisquick (pancake mix) instead of flour. Came out great, too!

Thanks for the recipe!

Little Corner of Mine said...

You're welcome Tricia. Glad you like it! :)

Rasa Malaysia said...

I made kuih kodok like a few months ago, it was surprisingly easy to make and good.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi RM,
Easy hor? I made it a couple of times already. Just an easy snack to prepare. :)

Janette said...

Looks really good! I'll make these soon and serve them with warm honey to dip them in. Yuuuuuuum!

Anonymous said...

Hiya, think you may be missing some liquid from this recipe? Either milk or water to make it into a dropping consistency batter? All the Best x

Little Corner of Mine said...

Anon, the liquid came from the egg and smashed banana (the thawed frozen banana has even more liquid content).