♥...Banana Coconut Balls/Fritters...♥

Our breakfast today...!

I'm used to make Banana Balls/Fritters (Cekodok Pisang) quite often due to overwhelming request from my dear Hubby and Rishie. love To clear off banana stock, this solution always come to my rescue!

Sometimes, I'll add freshly grated coconut (toasted without oil) into the batter, to give it better taste and aroma. And, I did the same this time.

Okey, let's see what U need to make this ez-bz Banana Coconut Balls...

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Ingredients :~

  • 8-10 ripe bananas
  • 80gm sugar ~ less if the banana is really sweet
  • 1 tsp flat bicarbonate soda
  • 4 tbsp toasted coconut
  • 1 cup plain flour / tepung gandum
  • pinch of salt
  • oil to fry
Methods :~
  1. In a bowl, mash the bananas. Add sugar, baking powder, salt and toasted coconut. Mix well.
  2. Now, add plain flour and mix. The batter should not be too watery/too much flour. Adjust accordingly.
  3. Allow the batter to marinade for 20 minutes
  4. Heat oil in wok...not too hot. Take a spoonful of batter and drop it gently into oil. Immediately keep turning it with a wooden spoon, roll it into a ball. Repeat until finish. ( U may also do it with the tip of ur fingers, take some batter, then make it a soft ball...drop it gently into oil.) I prefer the former way!
  5. Fry the balls until golden brown. Done! kenyit
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Comments

  1. Yesh, this is my favourite cekodok pisang! It looks so golden brown and nicely done. I didn't know there was coconut in it. It must be very fragrant..

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  2. ooh..u mixed with roasted coconut ye love..sure lagi lemak2 manis kan?? will try it one day lah..

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  3. You certainly know how to cook my dear. I love love love this dish. I am going gaga just looking at it. Bookmarking it!

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  4. I like this type of cekodok but this is the first time I see a recipe with toasted coconut in it. Very interesting. Looking forward to try this out soon.

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  5. hi kak love,
    wah, cekodok campur kelapa parut! lom penah try. tp, Gud Idea! tumpang makan seketul kak...hihi

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  6. selamat pagi love..wah ni resepi baru selalunya cm masukkan kelapa parut biasa je tp jika kelapa digoreng tanpa minyak dulu pasti naik baunya.Terima kasih love

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  7. selamat pagi love..wah ni resepi baru selalunya cm masukkan kelapa parut biasa je tp jika kelapa digoreng tanpa minyak dulu pasti naik baunya.Terima kasih love

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  8. looks yummy..Best snacks for teatime.
    Our place(Kerala) its called unniyappam...We are using rice flour and jaggery
    wonderful presentation...

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  9. love ..sungguh menyelerakan...rajin love..

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  10. banana coconut ball ni leh wat kat tako maker tak? akekekekkekeke.. *nyuruk

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  11. ha ha ha, so long didn' eat this already. Used to have them during schooling days!

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  12. I just came across your blog and I am so glad I did! This looks fabulous!

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  13. wow so crispy and beautiful..perfect snack anyday...

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  14. This is a lovely combination for a very appetizing snack. These balls look delicious. Bye

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  15. splendida ricetta!! molto sfiziosa!!! le foto poi sono super!! complimenti!!! ciao!

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  16. woww...pass some to me dear:) looks so tempting :)

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  17. Lovely cekodok, wanna join you for tea..can I?

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  18. really lovely pics...that looks like great food...

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  19. Looks like they are fried to perfection!

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  20. tempting.. I love coconut based snacks.. did u use fresh coconut or dried?

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  21. Tes beignets de bananes sont très réussis et beaux.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    See soon.

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  22. Tracie ~~> Hi Tracie, most of the cekodoks in stalls contains only bananas I guess. I prefer this way, adding roasted coconut gives it special taste n fragrant. ;)

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  23. Fmina ~~> Yes kak! Love tambah kelapa parut yang dah digoreng terlebih dahulu. :D

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  24. Cool Lassie ~~> Owh, thank you CL. Though I'm not. ;)

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  25. Gert ~~> Hi dear, welcome!!! ;)

    I prefer adding roasted coconut flesh into the batter. :)

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  26. Nurindah ~~> Hi Nur, yeah cekodok mix ngan kelapa parut! kena goreng dulu tau kelapa tuh! keke ;)

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  27. KakCM ~~> Hi Kak, hehe tenkiu so much for the compliments! Nanti akak try erk! ;)

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  28. Pranis ~~> Hi ya! OIC, got some similarity there na! :)

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  29. DatinEL ~~> Owh tak kak! Love tak rajin langsung. Always like to do something quick n ez...hehe ;)

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  30. Jiya ~~> Haha, boleh jugak try buat cekodok kat tako maker Jiya tuh! Test tau! :)

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  31. Pete ~~> Hi Pete, welcome to my space! Hehe, yeah...loved those from stalls! ;)

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  32. Jessica ~~> Hi Jessica, thank U so much for coming over! Welcome...:)

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  33. Sushma ~~> It is indeed a good snack, anytime Sush! Come over! ;)

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  34. Federica ~~> Hehe, thanks ya Fed! ;)

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  35. Federica ~~> Hi Federica, thanks alot ya! ;)

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  36. Neetz ~~> How I wish to pass U some dear ...:)

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  37. Treat ~~> Yes Kak, U r most welcome! ;)

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  38. Tigerfish ~~> Hi dear, thanks alot. I sometimes fry it till darker color too! heheh ;)

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  39. Uma ~~> Hi Uma, I used freshly grated coconut...dry roasted without oil first. :)

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  40. I love your "Gold" balls, hehehe..This remind me long time I did not fry this for my kids, must fast fast do. Thanks for sharing.

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  41. Wow! Do they ever look delicious! Wish I could have a sample now! Yum! Two great things, bananas and coconut!

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  42. I too make this...bananas and coconuts r unbeatable combo...too good ....

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  43. that's an irresistible breakfast la!!!

    fantastic, I love the banana/coconut combination too!!! must be succulent and melting!!!
    tempting pictures!!! ( I simply can't take away my eyes from those uniformly browned balls)

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  44. Sonia ~~> Hehe, fast fast do! and send me some too! No mention ya! ;)

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  45. Pam ~~> Tks alot Pam on ur lovely comments! :)

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  46. Looks gorgeous, perfect...toothsome recipe:)

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  47. Akal's ~~> Hehe, tks alot la!!! I appreciate ur 'la'! ;)

    Yeah, coconut n roasted coconut combo is definitely irresistible..I just loved it! ;)

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  48. wow..that, I would say is a royal breakfast..such an irresistible combo there..

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  49. Wow..beautiful and simply superb...

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  50. Oh, I do not know at all, it's great fun, I'm sure my son would love this sweet little appetite so fun

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  51. Very well prepared and the pics look great.

    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  52. Gulmohar ~~> Hehe, royal breakfast uh...tks ya ;)

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  53. Colargol ~~> Hi, welcome to my space!!! ;)

    Yeah I'm sure ur kid will like this! Try it..:D

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  54. These Banana-Coconut Fritters look very yummy.Will try them.

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  55. wow, your blog is full of yummy food that appeals to me...I'm not much for deep-fried food but I have got to try this one :) thanks so much for sharing!

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  56. Kiran ~~> Tks ya Kiran...give it a try..:)

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  57. Olive ~~> Hi, tks for coming over! Sure, give it a try..no mention dear! ;)

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  58. I have been going through your recipes and photos and I love them all. I could happily eat for weeks, from what I see here.

    Beautiful blog.

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  59. ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.comSeptember 4, 2013 at 7:15 PM

    Sri, love your golden banana fitters. May I have one pls... :)

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