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from NSW, Australia Categories: desserts, australian, puffs, banana Yield: 6 Servings 2 Ripe bananas 100 g Self-raising flour 1/2 ts Castor sugar 1/2 ts Lemon juice 100 g Castor sugar 1 ts Cinnamon 1 c Oil for frying Strawberry or rasberry jam Mash bananas with 100 g of castor sugar and lemon juice, add flour and mix to a thick paste. Heat oil in a small pan to smoking point, then turn heat to low. Use 2 teaspoons to push one teaspoon of dough into the oil, doing no more than 6 at a time. Turn puffs over and keep turning for 2 minutes. Remove with a slotted spoon, drain and roll in cinnamon and sugar. Serve with jam. Recipe by Clara Hirschler, from the Sydney Telegraph-Mirror 16 th June, 1993. p45. Posted by Mark Herron.

Banana Puffs


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from NSW,
Australia

Categories: desserts, australian, puffs,
banana

Yield: 6 Servings

2
Ripe bananas
100
g Self-raising flour
1/2 ts Castor
sugar
1/2 ts
Lemon juice
100
g Castor sugar
1 ts
Cinnamon
1 c Oil for frying
Strawberry or rasberry jam

Mash bananas with 100 g of castor sugar and lemon juice, add flour and mix to a thick paste.
Heat oil in a small
pan to smoking point, then turn heat to low. Use 2 teaspoons to push one teaspoon of dough into the oil, doing no more than 6 at a time.
Turn puffs over and keep turning for 2 minutes. Remove with a slotted spoon,
drain and roll in cinnamon and sugar.
Serve with
jam.
Recipe by Clara Hirschler, from the Sydney Telegraph-Mirror 16 th
June, 1993. p45. Posted by Mark Herron.



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from nottingham, United Kingdom wrote:2  1

this is a very good recipe!
5 starsNovember 10, 2003


from Iowa, United States wrote:1  1

Awesome. These are great. We are using them for a Girl Scout Silver Award project. We are teaching younger girls about other countries. Everyone loves them
5 starsAugust 14, 2003


from queensland, Australia wrote:2  1

I made banana puffs for my 5yr olds class at school as they had a lunch for Queensland Day. Everyone loved them. I have had to print out a few recipes to hand around!
5 starsJuly 18, 2003


 
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