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Monday, May 10, 2010

Pisang Molen anyone?

Banana is pisang in my languange, and molen is Dutch that means mechanical device that grinds or mill or maybe something that rotates :D .... so Pisang Molen means yummy snack to accompany your evening tea time...heheheheh.  I've made pisang molen several time and my hubby really enjoyed it.  Once, I fried them for lunch with my lady friends, I think they like it too :) Just take a look at the picture, forgive the not too good shape, it needs practices to have proper shapes :D


Thanks to Rita for sharing her recipe online and for the good rating I got it in the first page of google :)  Oh ya I think she's a good cook, she got better pisang molen than me for sure :p  She wrote in Indonesian so let me rewrite the recipe in English.
Things you'll need :
  • 250 gr flour
  • 50 gr sugar
  • 5 bananas cut each into 4 long pieces
  • cheddar cheese cut into long pieces with same numbers as the banana
  • 60 gr butter, melt it off
  • 50 ml warm water
  • 2 tbsp milk powder
  • 1 eggyolk (I prefer to use the whole egg)
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp of vanilla powder (if you don't have it, it's okay)
  • oil to fry
 How to cook:
  1. Mix thouroughly flour, sugar, salt, vanilla powder, milk powder
  2. Put the egg and melted butter, and slowly add warm water while beating the dough until thick and not sticky to your hand
  3. Cover the dough with plastic or clean wet napkin for more or less 20 minutes
  4. Roll the dough until about half an inch thick into a square shape on a floured surface. Cut the dough equals to the numbers of the banana
  5. Take the cut dough and roll it into a long thin shape. In a swirl move, wrap the banana & cheese until they're all covered
  6. Deep fry the pisang molen on each side until golden brown
  7. Enjoy your pisang molen with hot tea in the evening :)

6 comments:

  1. These look very yummy. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Looks so yummy. I used to eat pisang molen a lot when I was still in Indonesia.

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  3. @ Jana: thanks, it's easy to try, so yummy! Oil is the only enemy for health :)
    @ BabyBeluga: I visited your blog, you're Indonesian too? :) Thanks for the comment, you can try for your boys as a change :)

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