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Monday, October 26, 2009

Vegan Cucur Kodok - Malaysian Banana Fritters

Cucur Kodok, one of the famous Malaysian banana fritters prepared with mashes bananas, sugar, eggs mixed with all purpose flour, but i tried out eggless and vegan version which i found while browsing through here, its really a simple, quick and easy evening snacks..many of the malaysian snacks are usually deep fried and one among those deep fried beauties this cucur kodok takes an important place, its seems that each and every family have their own version of making out this deep fried delicacy where some goes to eggs and while others goes for milk and eggs...Cucur means fried in malay and while kodok means toad or toad shaped..This cucur kodok resembles like toads bit ugly but when u tastes this banana fritter u will definitely love to munch these flavourful beauties coz they tastes marvellous, we enjoyed having this banana fritters for evening snacks, they tastes too good when they are still warm...



3nos Bananas
6tbsp Sugar
pinch Salt
1/4cup Wheat flour
3tbsp Grated coconut flakes
Oil

Mash the bananas and add the sugar, salt, wheat flour and grated coconut flakes, since i used over ripen bananas they were really watery when i mashed them, so i didnt add water to this mixture, the banana puree was perfect to mix all the ingredients prefectly as a prefect thick batter to drop..u can add water if the mixture is too thick...Heat the oil for deepfrying, drop a spoon full to the hot oil and fry till they turns brown..

Serve hot and enjoy!

36 comments:

Prathibha said... Reply To This Comment

Recently saw this in some one's blog....but dint give an attempt still..

Valarmathi said... Reply To This Comment

Looks so yummy Priya. Nice click.

Suparna said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya,
Mouthwatering gloden fritters dear :)so simple yet so flavoursome:) good one dear.

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

I know Priya,they are best.I too used the same recipe.Enjoy the fritters.

Happy cook said... Reply To This Comment

I have never had this, but then you always come with special delicous items :-)

Shwetha said... Reply To This Comment

I was kinda busy and haven't been able to read your recent posts. And boy I have loads to catch up on and make. Bookmarked all of them! And lots of new and interesting recipes .....love it.:)

RAKS KITCHEN said... Reply To This Comment

Sounds yummy! Feeling hungry now,wish to have one from there :P

Jaysamma said... Reply To This Comment

This is the recipe similar to "unniyappam" in kerala - i agree there are some differences though. It comes out more darker brown though. We make it for festivals and routinely in temples.

Sarah Naveen said... Reply To This Comment

fritters looks absolutely yummy!!!!

Geetha Achal said... Reply To This Comment

சூப்பர்ப்...அப்படியே சாப்பிட வேண்டும் போல இருக்கின்றது....கலக்கல்

prasu said... Reply To This Comment

looks soo yummy priya.......

Balakrishna Saraswathy said... Reply To This Comment

You willn't believe it..I just had these banana fritter on Sat....my version differs a bit...these are known as jemput-jemput :D I simply loves these banana balls sprinkles with powdered sugar LOL:D

Tina said... Reply To This Comment

Looks yummyyyyy.

Shri said... Reply To This Comment

Look absolutely fab, Priya!

Nandini said... Reply To This Comment

Aha! Banana Fritters! Superb! I love it! Banana Bajji ready to be eaten from the photo! :D
BTW, neenga Aadhavan padam pathutingla?

Vrinda said... Reply To This Comment

I too make similar one with maida..perfect tea time snack...

Sangeetha Subhash said... Reply To This Comment

sounds interesting..that looks wonderful.priya u rock girl..everyday different..Love ur style of cooking...gr8 job!

Sushma Mallya said... Reply To This Comment

got to know so much from different cuisines from your blog priya...very nice and crispy...

Preeti Kashyap said... Reply To This Comment

now I really wish i was staying in your house to taste all these cuisines. hahahah....looks great!

srinithya said... Reply To This Comment

so delicious.............. priya

my kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

During my school days my mom prepare this for us,after marriage i forget about this,Thanks for remembering me.looks delicious.

Chitra said... Reply To This Comment

Looks very nice and crispy.The only bhaji i like :)

Spice said... Reply To This Comment

Love fried stuff....never heard this kind with banana before but sounds delicious...

Soma Pradhan said... Reply To This Comment

wow..These fritters are looking so yummy..

Sireesha said... Reply To This Comment

Mouthwatering fritters...Its new for me...will try definitely...

Nithya said... Reply To This Comment

This is interesting.. Looks so yummy too :)

Snooky doodle said... Reply To This Comment

wow these look delicious!
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SE(Denufood) said... Reply To This Comment

hey priya...your recipes are truly going international...lots to catch up for me...the banana fritters look gr8

San!!! said... Reply To This Comment

Absolutely perfect click n seems pretty much flaky.

Mrs.Menagasathia said... Reply To This Comment

மாலைநேரத்துக்கான ஈஸி ஸ்நாக்ஸ் நல்லாயிருக்கு...

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

The title is catchy! Delicious :)

Miri said... Reply To This Comment

Wow - that must be one tasty snack - reminds me of the nendrapzham preparation which is made in Kerala

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said... Reply To This Comment

From Parsi, Malaysian any other cuisine left out, seriously thinking of relocating to France.

lissie said... Reply To This Comment

mouthwatering banana fritters! I simply love it...

HEMA said... Reply To This Comment

hi,

i tried this banana fritters recipe. it came out very nice. very delicious one. thank you so much!!!!!!!

very good site. nice recipes. will try one by one soon.

Annarasa said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely recipe Priya. Thanks for the contribution to AWED. Do drop by to view the roundup.

Apu @ Annarasa