Pisang goreng

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.wikipedia
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Cooking banana

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.
This is very similar to pisang goreng (Indonesian for fried bananas), which is a dessert common to Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.

Fritter

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In Indonesia, pisang goreng come under the category of gorengan (fritters, from goreng "to fry"), and many varieties are sold on travelling carts or by street vendors throughout Indonesia.
Various kinds of ingredients are battered and deep fried such as pisang goreng (banana fritter), tempeh, mendoan, tahu goreng (fried tofu), oncom, sweet potato, cassava chunk, cassava tapai, cireng (tapioca fritters), bakwan (flour with chopped vegetables) and breadfruit.

Banana

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.
Bananas are also commonly used in cuisine in the South-Indian state of Kerala, where they are steamed (puzhungiyathu), made into curries, fried into chips, (upperi) or fried in batter (pazhampori). Pisang goreng, bananas fried with batter similar to the Filipino maruya or Kerala pazhampori, is a popular dessert in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.

Indonesian cuisine

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.
She then provides recipes for nasi goreng (fried rice), pisang goreng (battered, deep fried bananas), lumpia goreng (fried spring rolls), bami (fried noodles), satay (grilled skewered meat), satay sauce (peanut sauce), and sambal oelek (chilli paste).

Warung

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Traditional warung kopi (local humble coffee shop) often offer pisang goreng and other snacks, including fritters and kue to accompany coffee or tea.
A warung that sells food typically sells local food; pisang goreng and many kinds of gorengan, nasi goreng (fried rice), and mie goreng (fried noodles).

List of banana dishes

List of banana dishes
🇮🇩 Pisang goreng

Fried plantain

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Fried plantain, African version of fried bananas
Pisang goreng

Chuối chiên

Chuối chiên, Vietnamese version of fried bananas
Chuối chiên is the Vietnamese version of fried bananas, similar to pisang goreng in Indonesia/Malaysia and Thai fried bananas (กล้วยทอด, kluay thot).

Indonesian language

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.

Malay language

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.

Deep frying

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines. The banana is often battered and then deep fried in ample of palm oil.

Cooking oil

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Pisang goreng (fried banana in Indonesian/Malay) is a snack food made of banana or plantain, covered in batter or not, being deep fried in hot cooking oil, mostly found throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines.

Latundan banana

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Traditionally, some type of banana such as pisang raja and pisang tanduk are the popular kind of banana used for pisang goreng.

Batter (cooking)

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The banana is often battered and then deep fried in ample of palm oil. The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Palm oil

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The banana is often battered and then deep fried in ample of palm oil.

Flour

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The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Wheat flour

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The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Rice flour

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The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Tapioca

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The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Bread crumbs

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The batter most commonly uses the combination of flour, either wheat, rice flour, tapioca or bread crumb.

Coconut milk

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Several recipe might add coconut milk or milk and vanilla extract into the batter to add aroma.

Milk

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Several recipe might add coconut milk or milk and vanilla extract into the batter to add aroma.

Indonesia

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In Indonesia, pisang goreng is consumed as a snack to accompany tea or coffee, either in the morning or late afternoon break.

Kue

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Traditional warung kopi (local humble coffee shop) often offer pisang goreng and other snacks, including fritters and kue to accompany coffee or tea.