Thursday, 7 February 2013

Cekodok/ Banana Balls/Fritters


Ingredients:

3 bananas (large and ripe)
1 cup of all purpose flour
1/4 tsp of baking soda
1/2 cup of coarse sugar
A pinch of salt
Oil to fry

Mash bananas with sugar, baking soda and salt, this preparation doesn't need any water for mixing as bananas with sugar, salt and baking soda will be watery. Finally, add all purpose flour and mix well with the banana mixture. This batter will be slightly watery but do not worry that is the right consistency needed, let the batter rise for about 10 minutes before frying.

Now heat enough oil for frying over medium flame, add in small portion of banana mixture and fry until it's brown. Do not stir the mixture immediately, let one side cook first before flipping to another side.



32 comments:

  1. it goes straight in my mouth now :)

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  2. love this fried snack,yummy!!

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  3. perfect for sweet tooth cravings.

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  4. Love to taste it with mild sweet taste. I prepare it in the same way but add few tablespoons of jaggery. love it.

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    1. Oh ok jaggery will try the next time I make....tq Uma....

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  5. I make this for tea... love it on a rainy season

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  6. i love them so so much u have no idea Suman, i used to sneek in the kitchen and get few extra ones ;) that crazy

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    1. Wow really....i used to do d same when i was with parents....now when i make i dont have to sneak into kitchen anymore.....hehehe

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  7. lovely recipe and mouth watering.
    Ongoing event:
    FAST FOOD EVENT -MUSHROOM
    in my blog.

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  8. that looks good really yummy dear

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  9. These fritters looks delicious.

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  10. U got me hungry again sis!!! Omg...cekodok dipped in chilli sauce and a sip of tea...ooooh lala! Too good yaar :)

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    1. Tq sis...cekodok dipped in chilli sauce is something new to me.....

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  11. Loved it. very similar to a snack in Kerala. Forgot the name

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Arthy Suman