Posted by on Sep 27, 2021 in Desserts | 20 comments

Vietnamese Fried Bananas Recipe – HoneysuckleCatering

Vietnamese Fried Bananas Recipe – HoneysuckleCatering

Join Honeysuckle Catering in this special recipe for Vietnamese Fried Bananas, a summer favorite!
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Ingredients:

4-5 cups Vegetable Oil for deep frying
1/2 cup water
1 tsp sugar
1 pinch of salt
3 tbsp coconut milk
4-5 Manzano or baby bananas (plantains ok – not as sweet)
1 cup tempura batter (Bot Chien Tom – found in asian market)

dipping sauce:

1 tbsp sugar
1/4 cup coconut milk
sesame seeds

Directions:

Mix batter with water, sugar, salt, and coconut milk thoroughly. Add water as needed. Take a sheet of wax paper. Peel and cut bananas in half. Smash each half, one at a time inside the wax paper, folded over on itself. Dip the smashed banana halves in the batter, coating on each side.
In a medium saucepan heat vegetable oil until hot. Test by taking a skewer or chopstick and touching the bottom of the pot. If it starts to bubble, it is ready (350-375 degrees F). Cook bananas in oil, flipping on each side until golden brown (2 minutes or less each side). Remove and drain on paper towel.
To make the sauce, take 1 tbsp sugar and mix with 1/4 cup coconut milk. Heat in microwave for 30 seconds. Add a sprinkle of sesame seeds (optional).
Dip fried bananas into sauce and enjoy!

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20 Responses to “Vietnamese Fried Bananas Recipe – HoneysuckleCatering”

  1. Emily Nguyen says:

    I love fried bananas my mom makes

  2. money maker says:

    Ive never seen small bananas in my life.

  3. Lâm Nguyễn says:

    are you Vietnamese?

  4. Just Jay says:

    Are they as starchy as plantains or sweet when yellow 

  5. LANAFINANCE says:

    AWESOME… THANKS YOU FOR POSTING.

  6. Kalen Grace says:

    Yes you can use any banana

  7. Khadijah Ahmad says:

    In brunei we call it cucur pisang

  8. Lisa Cheung says:

    It looks like chicken wings

  9. Kuro Nguyen says:

    I love fried banana
    

  10. ImAMunster says:

    Can I use ANY banana??

  11. May Hoang says:

    I’m vietnamese too and I love fried banana

  12. Lee Mimi says:

    you are vietnamese too?? ^^

  13. Duytv says:

    I love your chuối chiên recipe!!! :X

  14. joydeshea says:

    Could you use plantains?

  15. Anne-Catherine Mulhern says:

    I really love your channel, your videos are so beautiful and enjoyable to
    watch. And I do know how much work goes into making one of those cooking
    tutorials because I also have a cooking channel (not this channel though,
    lol).

  16. OtakuPrincess280 says:

    Can the coconut be optional cuz I don’t really like coconut that much

  17. phu nguyen says:

    My love it 🙂 my mom alway make me this

  18. Firava Fitri says:

    in indonesia is called pisang goreng

  19. Linh Luu says:

    I love fried bananas

  20. tiffany nguyen says:

    What Asian supermarket do you go to ? 🍌