My good friend F gave me some bananas and the secret flour mix from Malaysia and I fried up a batch of pisang goreng or fried bananas. It was the best pisang goreng (fried bananas) ever—crispy, crunchy, and airy. Absolutely delicious!
Tagged as: Snack • Street Food
I love goreng pisang. Any info on where and how to get the secret flour mix? A roadside stall in Tanjung Bungah sells the best goreng pisang in Penang. It’s on the left side of the road where it is widest after the last traffic light in Tanjung Bungah on the way to Batu Feringhi. Also got fried sweet potatoes and yam.
Yes, I love that goreng pisang stall at Tanjung Bungah, but I think my favorite is the ones near Heng Gee high school in Caunter Hall. My friend F got the flour from KL, I think. I will ask her to reply.
Hi Peter. I got the flour mix from chow kit road area in KL. There’s a lot of stalls selling bananas along the street and they also sell the flour mix.
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