Recipe: Fried bananas with coconut and sesame seeds

Dessert recipes with spices and herbs
April 18, 2009

Thai cuisine it's one of my favourites, and uses many herbs and spices that I manage to grow by myself.
This vegan dessert is made with the sesame seeds I harvested last year.
I enjoyed this vegan batter: it uses coconut cream instead of milk... and it's delicious!

Fried bananas with coconut and sesame seeds

Fried bananas with coconut and sesame seeds

Serves four:
4 bananas
300ml coconut cream
150g flour
1 tsp. baking powder
2 tbsp.sugar
1 tbsp. sesame seeds
sesame oil

Sift flour and baking powder into a plate and gradually stir coconut cream into flour. Stir the mixture until it has a smooth consistency. Add the sugar and mix well.
Peel the bananas and cut them into four slices. Place them in the batter one by one and fry them in hot sesame oil, until golden brown.
Put them on a serving plate, garnish with sesame seeds an serve immediately.

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