Monday, March 16, 2015

Kuih Kodok(Deep Fried Banana Balls) 炸香蕉丸

Kuih Kodok/Jemput Jemput Pisang or deep fried banana balls are authentic Malaysia's street food. My fellow sisters recommended me this kuih, so that I can kill two birds with one stone, lol...Thanks sisters!!! 
 炸香蕉丸是马来西亚的街头小食。谢谢姐妹们介绍的这款简单又好吃的炸香蕉, 
同时又可以参与这个月的“”和“香蕉”活动。哈!一箭双雕!
外脆内软,充满香蕉香味。赞哦,又学到一款好吃的糕点!
Delicious, delicious & delicious!!!!
Kuih Kodok/Deep Fried Banana Balls 炸香蕉丸
(Recipe reference : Butter, flour & Me with minor changes)

Ingredients
225g Ripe bananas
80g Cake flour
25g Rice flour
1/2 tsp Baking powder
25g sugar (adjust according to banana sweetness)
1/4 tsp salt
3tbsp dessicated coconut (I skip this)

Oil for deep frying

Method 
  1. Sift cake flour, rice flour and baking powder together. Set aside.
  2. In a bowl, mash the ripe bananas and combine with salt and sugar.
  3. Add in sifted flour and stir well to combine.
  4. Let the batter rest for 10-15 minutes.
  5. Heat oil in a pot over medium heat, drop spoonful of batter and deep fry until golden brown.
I'm submitting this post to Best Recipes for Everyone March 2015 Event Theme: My Favourite Traditional Kueh organized by Fion of XuanHom’s Mom
 and co-hosted by Joceline - Butter, Flour & Me.
This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs up organised by Doreen from my little favourite DIY and me, Bake for Happy Kids, hosted by Faeez from Bitter Sweet Spicy 

21 comments:

  1. Heh heh...kill two birds with one stone... I love to kill your entire dish with one fork ;) so nicely presented ar

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    1. Welcome Victoria!!!! Eat as much as you can pls, hehe...

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  2. Hi Esther,

    Your Kuih Kodok looks yummy! Doreen told me to make Kuih Kodok last Sat too but I can't because of my son's birthday party and an important run. I'm sad that I can't make this kuih with you and Fion. Nevermind... maybe next time.

    Zoe

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    1. Hi Zoe, no problem you can try it next time. It is very yummy!

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  3. Esther, please send some over! hee..hee,,,

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    1. Hi my dear, i wish i could send you some too!!! :)

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  4. 我要我要!!!!
    好久没吃这个了啦!!

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  5. Hey Esther,
    After you've sent some to Phong Hong, pls send some to me also hor ! Hee hee !

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    1. Hi Sweetie, my pleasure if i could send you some too, haha...

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  6. Esther, 我做了,很丑不过很好吃 :D

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    1. Ann, 这个糕就是这副样子了, 胜在它好吃呀! 哈哈哈!

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  7. 你家的是 "satay kuih kodok "。哈哈哈
    一串串的 好好看!
    谢谢你的连接和分享。感恩有您.

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    1. 甜姐儿, 不客气! 谢谢你的好食谱哦!

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    2. 甜姐儿, 不客气! 谢谢你的好食谱哦!

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  8. 妳家的好圆滚哦,做得真水!

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  9. I wish I could grab a few of them right off the screen. They look so inviting!

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  10. Wow! I'm drooling! I just had a few ripen bananas in the kitchen and I didn't know what to do with them (didn't feel like making my usual banana bread today). Glad I see your post. :) Thanks for the wonderful idea.

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  11. 我也来排排队, 吃炸香蕉。。。。不知最后一个来报到, 还有炸香蕉买吗? 嘻嘻。。。

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  12. May, 分一半给我,1人1半感情不散,嘻嘻!

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  13. Hi Esther,
    I tried your kuih kodok recipe, simple but delicious. Actually kuih kodok is also well known here in Indonesia, it is called godok pisang.
    I posted godok pisang/kuih kodok on my blog dan link back to Copycake Kitchen, if you have time please come visit my blog...thanks for sharing the recipe...

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