So this is the second banana fritter recipe I've tried and I definitely think this one is the winner! I say that because I prefer tasting the whole fruit rather than having it mashed up in dough, where you only get hints of the taste. This is also a very easy recipe and you most likely have the ingredients at your finger tips.
I think during this month, I'm going to do what I've been doing for the last two posts, and keep them short and sweet, because my energy levels are very low all the time to write something more coherent and full. Therefore, if you don't mind, I'll be posting more recipes, than talk on the blog for the next few weeks, and thereafter I'll be able to get back into whatever the latest food topics are.
Hope you're all enjoying the last bit of your Sunday eve!
Recipe: banana fritters
250g self raising flour
1 heaped tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. sugar
2 ripe banana evenly sliced
1/3 cup of milk
Sugar and cinnamon
Sieve the flour, sugar and baking powder together.
Add the eggs and milk- add the milk until you get a nice dropping consistency (you may need more than 1/3 cup)
Lastly add the bananas, and drop them into deep oil. I use a small pot so I don't waste too much oil.
Take about 1 tablespoon full and drop it carefully into the oil and turn the fritters a few times, until both sides are nicely browned. If you aren't sure if the inside is fully cooked, open the first one to check.
Let the fritters settle on some paper towel, to remove some of the oil.
Dust with cinnamon sugar and enjoy!