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Birda Mae's Recipe corner: Banana fritters

How can I describe my first bite of banana fritters. I love the crunchy sweetness and the slightly greasy taste(I tend to eat mine immediately after taking them out) Is this my new affliction? The kids loved them ,even the picky one. Anytime you get something the whole family likes you have scaled the culinary Mt.Everest and won.Without further adieu the recipe

Got the recipefrom
2 eggs
1/2cup of milk
1 teaspoon canola Oil
1cup of all purpose flour
1 tteaspoon of salt
4 large firm bananas
Additional oil for frying
Confectioners sugar (optional)
1. In a bowl,beat eggs, milk and oil.
Combone flour,baking powder, and salt; stir into egg mixture until smooth.
Cut bananas into quarters
(About 2in. Long)
Dip each piece into batter to cool.
2. In an electric skillet or deep-fat fryer,heat oil to 375o; fry bananas two to three pieces at a time;until golden brown.
3.Drain on paper towels. Dust with confectioner's sugar if desired.
Yield 6-8 servings.


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