Chuối Chiên, also known as Vietnamese Fried Banana. This crispy and sweet creation is a cherished dessert in Vietnamese culture, showcasing the perfect fusion of textures and a harmonious blend of flavors. Get ready to dive into a world where ripe bananas are transformed into golden, crispy delights that’ll have you coming back for seconds.
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Vietnamese Fried Bananas (Chuối Chiên)
For the batter:
- 1 cup 150g rice flour
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- a pinch of salt
- 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder optional
- 1 cup 240 ml water
For the fried Banana Cake
- 8 bananas sliced vertically, and flattened in a plastic bag.
- 1 sweet potato sliced large and thin soaked in salt
- 1 piece coconut thinly sliced
- cooking oil for frying
For the batter
- Mix flour, sugar, water, and turmeric powder in a bowl and stir well. Let the dough rest for 15 minutes
For the fried banana cake
- Heat the oil until the wand is bubbly. Lower the heat to medium and start frying.
- Dip the sweet potato, banana, and coconut in the batter. About to line up the shovel and gently push it into the frying pan.
- Fry until the sweet potato and bonano fritters are golden brown on both sides.
- Take it out and drain the oil.
- Dip the bananas in the batter and drop gently in the frying pan until they are slightly yellow,
- Take them out and dip them in the fried dough for a second time and then back to the frying pan. Doing so makes the outer layer very crispy and crispy for a long time.
- Serve alone or sprinkled with powdered sugar, eaten with 1 ice cream, or dipped in coconut milk.
- Soak the sweet potato in salt water to prevent darkening