Banana Fritters Mixed With Grated Coconut
This recipe is a story about how in a kitchen there are many cooking failures. It happened to me a while ago, which led to me having a supply of sweet grated coconut, which I had mixed with palm sugar before.
The grated coconut that I kept in the refrigerator is proof of my failure a few days ago. Then, I decided not to throw away the grated coconut. I will make fritter with grated coconut.
So, long short story, at that time I wanted to make a steamed cake menu filled with sweet grated coconut. But I failed to make a good wrapping dough. I couldn't wrap the sweet grated coconut well which caused water to seep into the dough. Sweet grated coconut that has been mixed with palm sugar before is indeed moist and contains water.
Finally, I was discouraged to make the cake. But I still keep the sweet grated coconut.
Today, I took another look at my fridge. Because it was covered by an airtight container that was not transparent, so I almost forgot what was in that container. When I checked it, I was surprised because I had a stock of sweet-grated coconut.
What a coincidence, there are over ripe bananas from the garden! I also have an idea to make banana fritters. With a mixture of sweet grated coconut, it will make the taste of banana fritters more savory, sweeter, and also more fragrant.
NOTE: I apologize to you guys for the photos of the cooking process that aren't optimal. Everything looks dark because I only process it in my kitchen.
At first, I really didn't want to share these fritters with you. But when I was peeling over ripe bananas for quite a long time, I finally changed my mind. I want to share the results of cooking banana fritters with you.
Well, I also don't use measure ingredients that aren't very precise because I just use my instincts. But I'll still share with you what approximate measure I used for this recipe. If the result of the dough is too soft, you can add all-purpose flour little by little.
I hope you guys like my variety of snacks this time with ingredients from left over the grated coconut and over ripe bananas. Stay tuned!
Banana Fritters Ingredients
- 500 grams of over ripe bananas
- 1/4 cup x 3 times of all-purpose flour
- 2 cups of grated coconut
- 1/4 of palm sugar with granular texture
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla
Making sweet grated coconut.
In a sauce pan, caramelize the palm sugar. Then, add grated coconut. Stir well until they become perfectly mixed. Then lift and set aside.
Peeling over ripe bananas.
Peel all the bananas. I used a small, thin knife to remove the banana skin which was almost fused with the banana flesh. Do it slowly so that not much of the banana is wasted.
Mash peeled bananas.
In this recipe, I used a type of banana that has a firm texture. So even though they are overcooked, I still use my energy to mash them. I use a fork to mash bananas.
Mixing sweet grated coconut with mashed bananas.
After all the bananas have been successfully mashed, then add the sweet grated coconut that was made before. Also, add vanilla powder and salt. Mixing them together until they combine well.
Adding all purpose flour.
Then, add all purpose flour. I added 1/4 cup flour 3 times to get a dough texture that wasn't too soggy.
Frying the dough.
Fry the dough using the deep frying method until they turn golden brown, until they floating in the oil surface.
Serve banana fritters sprinkled with powdered sugar if you like them.
Oh, the fragrance is so good! Especially if we split the banana fritters in half. It will create a savory sweet fragrance.
Everyone in my house quickly finished those banana fritters. I'm thankful no food was wasted. Yeay!
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Sounds so good! It’s such a relief when you can turn a flop into success. You’ve done a great job of doing, just that, here! Using leftovers is key to “chef-satisfaction”. Clever!
No food waste ❤️
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Yummy mouth watering 😋😋😋
OMG! this makes me hungry perfect to pair it with coffee. I love overripe bananacue especially when it's coated with flour. Your cooking is in the next level, quite fancy. no wonder it vanished from the plate in no time haha.
Coffee or even tea perfect too ❤️🌸
looks, delicious, I never try to mix these two before (banana and Coconut) maybe I will try this for my next kind of snack. Thank you for haring @anggreklestari
In family, we often mixed coconut with banana. It should works for pancakes too 😊
Looks very similar to our local cekodok pisang. But ofcourse, yours with grated coconut, I can imagine the smell 🤪 lezat!
We call it "kodok-kodok" so closed familiar 😀 we have many same culture for sure 😊
No no no nothing to apologize for, the photos of the process are clear to me. Rather you have shared a great recipe, I also made a recipe using coconut today. You have presented a wonderful idea of coconut and banana.
Im glad if you read my cooking Instructions clearly. 😊😊
It's like banana pancakes in our country.. But I like the idea of adding coconut .. Gonna try this next time.. Thanks
Banana pancakes using little oil to cook. This recipe is absolutely works for pancakes too. Just adjust the measure and use your creativity ❤️
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Looks yummy and beautiful as always.
Thanks, Devy 😊
You're welcome 😘
Greetings @anggreklestari, a delicious mix of flavors and a great recipe to take advantage of ripe plantain, in my country we eat it fried in slices and prepare sweet, plantain fritters first time I see them, they look crunchy, thanks for sharing.
Plantain fritters are commonly snacks here. I think you should try it 😊
Actually, when I saw the first photo, I thought it must be a sweet dish that I really want to try. But it is difficult to make. This is actually very easy. It seems very interesting.
Very easy to make it. I am sure you can do that in your kitchen 😊
I don't know that this is possible. ☺️👏
You have something to offer every time you post about food. ☺️ Unique and delicious. ☺️
I always try my best to serve new food because in my family, I am a chef to serve daily food. Ahaha🤭
Oh wow, if I were one of your family members, I will always be excited to eat every meal you like to prepare. ☺️
Greetings friend, the important thing is what you did despite everything and they sure turned out very tasty, they look crunchy
Serve them warm for the best taste, and yeah they are crunchy ❤️🌸
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Se ve que quedaron exquisitas acompañadas de una taza de café, me imagino su sabor!😋😋😋
I can't wait for my bananas to ripen at home 😋
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:o It had never occurred to me to fry a banana and from what i can see it is delicious
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I have never tried to add coconut to my bananas before, I think it is a nice combination. By the way, I love the presentation (^_^)
I love this thing about cooking: you always have space to create, even when things seem to go wrong. You did a great job, it seems the failure cake become crispy delicious fritters! Amazing!
Wow can't wait to try making this.. Good vegan combination banana + coconut! Keep it up, sis..