March 16, 2015

Kueh Kodok (Mashed Banana Fritters) 炸香蕉球

Kueh Kodok or Cekodok or cucur is a delicious Malay kueh (bite size snack). It is very common in Malaysia and Brunei. It it sell by small hakwer vendor around the street corner or pasar malam (night market) or pasar tani (weekend market). It is a simple kueh that is deep fried with only a few ingredients. The main ingredient is banana. The banana is mash and  mix with flour, brown sugar and a pinch of salt, then it is deep fried into this yummy fritters.

Kueh Kodok 或 Cekodok 或 cucur 是种传统的马来糕点, 在马来西亚和文莱很普遍。在街边小巷或pasar malam可找到小贩在卖。但是我没吃过哦!要谢谢FionJoceline,如果不是她们的分享我也吃不到这美味的传统糕点。不同的地区叫法不同。Kueh Kodok是炸的糕点 做法简单,成品超好吃呢!!外皮带酥,内松和柔软,炸出来的颜色较黑褐色!


黑褐色的Kueh Cekodok外貌一般,味道可不一般。
炸 好了, 就把老幺叫来,想让他尝尝后在借我他的小拇指。可是他用很怪的眼神看着这糕说;妈咪,这是什么?像‘BOM'。我说你咬一口,看看?他不想试但是还是咬了一口。他脸上露出了好好吃的神情。Yeah!! 就是好吃!

 
Kueh Kodok is a simple but delicious street snack. It might not look that appealing but it taste really delicious. It is crispy outside, soft and spongy inside  ^_^

I offer my youngest a bite, he was kind of looking at the kueh in a funny way. He said 'Mum, this look like a 'BOMB'...will it explode if i bite it :@  I insisted that he give it a bite and he did. He smile after having the first bite. He offer me his thumb up after sampling this kueh kodok.


I am taking a picture and and and Can you see someone is trying to have another piece of the kueh kodok.... I guess you know who he was...(my youngest)
看看看, 我家老幺在偷吃 。。


Let's start !!!

Peel the banana.

Start mash, mash, mash with a fork.

Add in baking soda, brown sugar and baking powder continue mash, mash, mash.


Add in flour and mix,mix,mix..

Let it sit for 30 minutes (covered with cling wrap)
30 minutes later spoon the batter into hot oil, deep fried till golden brown. (i shallow fried mine)

It's Done!! Serve immediately!!

Kueh Cekodok (炸香蕉球)
recipe adapted with slight changes from here
makes 12 pieces with half of the recipe

Ingredients:
210g mashed banana (i use 3 medium banana)
1/4 tsp baking soda plus 1/4 tsp baking powder
1/2 Tbsp brown sugar
1/2 cup all purpose flour 
1/8 tsp salt
Enough cooking oil for shallow frying

To Do:
1. Peel and mash the banana. Add in baking soda, brown sugar and baking powder continue mash till it is combine. Add flour, mix well. Let it sit for 30 minutes. 

2. While waiting get ready enough cooking oil in a wok or heavy bottom sauce pan for deep frying these fritter. Heat up the cooking oil till it is medium hot. (dip a pair of bamboo chopstick into the oil, you can see little bubble appear around the chopstick,then it is hot enough) 

3.Brush some oil onto a spoon. Spoon a tablespoon of the batter and drop into the wok. Fried bottom side till it is golden brown or cooked. Drain on kitchen towel to remove excess oil.  Serve over coffee or tea.


before he taste the kueh his Thumb is not so energetic :p

After tasted the kueh his Thumb is totally different hahaha..  :D
ENJOY~

This post is linked to the event; Little Thumbs Up organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and me my little favourite DIY, hosted by our special host
 Faeez from BitterSweetSpicy 
with her March 2015 theme - BANANA
Please link your post - here




Little Thumbs Up event starts on first Tuesday until the last day of the month. 
All are welcome to join us. 
To join simply cook or bake any recipe with the theme of the month, which is Banana for March 2015. Don't forget your Thumbs Up or display this badge. Do make sure that;
1) Your post must be a current post, preferably within this month
2) Please mention Little Thumbs Up in your post and link back to Bake for Happy Kidsmy little favourite DIY or/and BitterSweetSpicy  
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I am also linking this to Best Recipes For Everyone, March 2015. Event theme: My Favorite Traditional Kueh organized by Fion from XuanHom's Mum and co-hosted by Joceline from Butter, Flour and Me.

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12 comments:

  1. Wow Looks like everyone's got the same idea to fry these fritters! Looking good!

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  2. 哈哈哈。。你家老幺还真可爱呀

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  3. 炸得金黄色的好均匀。好美丽的。
    以前的人是多么简单哦,一些简单食材,加粉、水搅搅拌拌就可以弄出好吃的糕点。
    这个 三月 我们打 revert gear,回到从前!哈哈哈哈

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  4. Hi Doreen,

    Your son is so cute. What a coincidence that my grandma and I called the kuih kodok...the bomb too!

    Sad that I can't join in the fun...

    Zoe
    PS I think you have forgotten to add your link into LTU banana... No worries! I have added for you :D

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  5. I loves this, but too lazy to make...

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  6. Definitely yummy. .. but I don't feel like making deep frying snacks in my kitchen. .. hee ... hee.. going to grab some .. opps I'm too late !

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  7. Hi Doreen,
    This is one of our favourites too! My mom used to make for us when we were young. I've just bought some bananas a few days ago to make this, maybe tomorrow morning. :)

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  8. Hi Doreen, I like fried snacks but like Karen dislike deep frying snack in my own kitchen too. I can only drool at your yummilious photos.

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  9. Yeah... 借到拇指了咯 !!!
    用香蕉做的料理,就是香到不行,好棒呢 :)

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  10. Doreen , we have this kind of kuih back home as well but we smoother ours with sugar :D I love your bananas , I'm pretty sure it tastes better and sweeter than what I can buy here !

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  11. Hi Doreen. This is my childhood snacks. Thanks for bringing back the memory. I'm going to do this for my children to eat.

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  12. my son loves bananas, i should try this one day, I bet he will loves it too....

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