Pisang Goreng (Fried Banana) : Traditional Food of Indonesia

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Introduction: Pisang Goreng (Fried Banana) : Traditional Food of Indonesia

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Hello, guys!

I'm really happy to introduce you a meal/snack/food of Indonesia. This one is called Pisang Goreng (Fried Banana). We usually eat Pisang Goreng in the morning as our breakfast. (But, you have to know that most of us eat rice as breakfast. So, after/before we eat Pisang Goreng, we also eat rice. It's just a snack for most of us) We also eat Pisang Goreng after work. Pisang Goreng is so nice to eat in the morning and/or afternoon to evening. Yeah, it's multifunction, multitime. Hahaha.

Okay, let me close my mouth. So, here is how to make Pisang Goreng.

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Step 1: You Need:

Banana
Flour

Water

Sugar

Vegetable Oil

Step 2: Mix the Ingridients

Mix the flour and water. Make sure it's not to be too thick and not to be too thin.
Add sugar as sweet as you like.

Step 3: ​ Slice the Banana.

I recommand you not to use a whole banana without slice it and dont slice it too small.

Step 4: Fry the Banana

Fry it until the flour is golden-yellow.

Step 5: DONE!

Done!
It's ready to eat.

Step 6: FINISH

I wish you will make it better than me.
Thanks for look my works.

Sorry for my bad english.

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    21 Discussions

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    Meglymoo87
    Meglymoo87

    4 years ago

    I still want to try a fried banana...maybe now I will? Thanks :)

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    Yeah you have too try it. Tell me your experience

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    ReedBurch
    ReedBurch

    4 years ago

    Don't you need to use a plantain instead of the regular sweet banana (Cavendish)?

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    JillC39
    JillC39

    Reply 4 years ago

    Damnit man! Will somebody tell us! Lol plantain or not! :)

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    We call it Pisang Nangka or Pisang Tanduk. Google it! ?

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    JaniceY2
    JaniceY2

    Reply 4 years ago

    ANY DAMNED BANANA THAT Y.O.U. WANT TO USE!!!!

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    We call it Pisang Nangka or Pisang Tanduk. Google it! ?

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    I live in Indonesia, Asia. In Indonesia we call all of the bananas as banana. "plantain or banana" is the same. But when I googled, I think I used plantain. In Indonesia it's called Pisang Nangka. You can google it.

    Thank you for giving me this question. I get the new information.
    (Copied haha)

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    bulkyyklub
    bulkyyklub

    Reply 4 years ago

    there are maaany kinds of banana in Indonesia. If you only have Cavendish (like me now in Nederland), you also can use it. But due to my experience it will good to be eaten within 1 hour after you cook because it is still hot/warm. This kind of banana is not good for reheat. I hope it helps.

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    Agree. Thank youuu.

    PS. Usually in Indonesia we use Pisang Nangka or Pisang Tanduk to make it.

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    I live in Indonesia, Asia. In Indonesia we call all of the bananas as banana. "plantain or banana" is the same. But when I googled, I think I used plantain. In Indonesia it's called Pisang Nangka. You can google it.

    Thank you for giving me this question. I get the new information.

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    beap4
    beap4

    4 years ago

    Are those regular bananas as we get in the supermarket here in the states or are they a special banana like platanos like the Spanish population use? They do not look like regular bananas in the picture. Thanks.

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    bulkyyklub
    bulkyyklub

    Reply 4 years ago

    there are maaany kinds of banana in Indonesia. If you only have Cavendish (like me now in Nederland), you also can use it. But due to my experience it will good to be eaten within 1 hour after you cook because it is still hot/warm. This kind of banana is not good for reheat. I hope it helps.

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    Hot is the best.

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    I live in Indonesia, Asia. In Indonesia we call all of the bananas as banana. "plantain or banana" is the same. But when I googled, I think I used plantain. In Indonesia it's called Pisang Nangka. You can google it.

    Thank you for giving me this question. I get the new information.

    (I think this answer is still related ☺)

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    pastormick
    pastormick

    4 years ago

    Looks good!

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    Yeah sure. And the taste is yummy too. You have to try it

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    BobT11
    BobT11

    4 years ago

    I think I am going to try this, thanks for sharing.

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    balsuryana
    balsuryana

    Reply 4 years ago

    Yeah you have to. Share your experience to me, btw. Thanks

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    HenryGN
    HenryGN

    4 years ago

    It looks delicious will definitely try it.
    Terima kasih?