Fried Banana Bread

Vanilla Flavoured Fried Banana Bread Roll


Fried Banana Bread

“Who doesn’t like fried banana fritter?? I like, I like it so much!”

Though I like fried banana fritter, I seldom eat because fried banana is just too sinful for diet watcher! So, I created my own version of fried banana.

Simply love this particular way of serving the bananas.

4 slices of white bread, trim edges
1 wedge of banana, sliced
1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
1 tablespoon of condense milk
½ cup of milk
½ cup of cornstarch
1 cup of oil

1) Place milk in a large bowl. Add in vanilla essence.

2) Dip 1 slice of white bread into milk mixture, and lay the bread on clean flat large dish.

3) Place banana slices on bread, and drizzle condense milk on top.

4) Roll the bread, pinch at edges to seal the opening. Then, coat the whole bread with cornstarch. Repeat steps for the remaining bread.

5) Heat wok with oil over medium-high heat, fry bread for 2 min, or until golden brown. Serve warm.

Calorie of this banana roll counts about 250kcal per roll. However, with bread, milk and banana, this snack can be considered as healthy snack, especially home-made one (you don’t use the same oil for too many repetitions). You may make this as breakfast, too!

This vanilla flavoured fried banana roll is definitely fragrant and delicious, even for someone who does not take banana and milk, he/ she will just love this!

Tips: Use pan-fry method to save oil, if preferred.
*You may like to drizzle condensed milk on top of the fried rolls as garnishing instead. As such, the banana rolls will taste sweeter.

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4 Responses

  1. hello.. the banana roll looks delicious! i am new to your blog but im really enjoying the recipes.. all of them looks so yummy! (:

    just a question though (which may sounds stupid hehehe), what do you mean by a cup? what ml does it refer too? cause im staying away from home and learning to cook on my own.. plus i dont have any cooking measurements so ya.. trying to “aga aga” measure..

    thanks! just a silly questions! ;p

  2. Hi Poofye,

    Your qn is bright! Thanks for asking, so that I have a chance to elaborate on this.. haha..

    I use “a cup’ because I am also “aga aga” as I think the amount of that particular ingredient is not crucial. All depends on your appetite and liking. And, it won’t affect much on the taste of the recipe.

    The cup which I normally use for measurement of “a cup” is medium glass of height of 4″ and diameter of 2.5″. However, if you feel better to have the in unit, the medium cup should be 350 – 370ml.

    Do feel free to ask more question if you have doubts. I am more than willing to share my experience with you!

    And, I welcome you!!

  3. Hi,
    CW from Mumbai again. I was back in Singapore last week. Tried out your banana roll for my kids for b/fast. Was too lazy to pan-fry so I put it in the oven. In the beginning, the bread got stuck to the baking pan but I subsequently managed to do some “damage recovery” by regularly flipping them around.

    Anyway, the kids and even my wife liked it; so thanks for the idea and recipe.

    Btw, why do you need to coat it with corn starch? Just wondering.


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