How to Make Pisang Goreng

➡If I could describe Indonesian cuisine in three words, I would definitely say: sweet, salty and greasy. Indeed, Indonesian people add sugar, salt and fat to most products. The first words I’ve learned in Indonesian were…exactly…tanpa gula, which means “no sugar” – very useful in local restaurants, cafes, and everywhere else.

➡With sugar or without, you just have to try certain Indonesian dishes. One such example is “pisang goring” meaning fried bananas, something you can also prepare in your own kitchen. Let’s see the recipe of Indonesian fried bananas!