Best banana dessert recipe (Banana fritter recipe)


“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” 
― J.R.R. Tolkien

Banana fritter is one of the most popular snacks or breakfast victuals, that loved the Caribbean or African people. We are kenned well, it’s facile to prepare and you can make in your domicile or picnic place. Nowadays the most of a continent relished as a starter, especially in KERALA CUISINE (INDIA CONTINENT). In Kerala, they used Raw banana instead of ripe banana for this recipe and withal they integrated all spices in it. I don’t cerebrate so. You can accommodate with a scoop of any flavored ice cream that I recommend Vanilla ice cream is the impeccable amalgamation of this. It consists of that, banana marinated with honey, lemon and deep with a batter and fried it. The batter composed of all purport flour, milk, honey, and grated nutmeg or you can integrate other flavored essence or ingredients like saffron, vanilla essence.

best banana dessert recipe
Banana fritter recipe

WHICH SAUCE CAN GOES WITH BANANA FRITTER……. It’s up to you, which sauce you relished, but this sauce should be sweet and a little in sour taste. Here I just designated some of the sauces, that you can make it faciely.

                 1)  Caramel sauce

                  2) Orange and honey reduction sauce

                  3) Strawberry puree sauce

                  4) Poached apple puree sauce

Caramekized sugar threads
Making of caramelized sugar thread
Sugar threads
caramelized sugar threads

Rudimentary, no desideratum to give accompaniment for this recipe. if you opted to give something different that you can accommodate side dishes for a banana fritter recipe, 

                 1) One scoop of vanilla ice cream

                 2) Fruits skewer

                 3) Grilled pineapple stick


Its dessert recipe of banana, milk, flour, saffron and honey.

Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine African
Keyword Best banana dessert recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 Serving
Author Biraj Kumar


  • 02 no Ripe banana
  • 1/2 cup All purpose flour
  • 1/3 cup Milk
  • 3 tbsp Honey
  • 1/2 tbsp Baking powder
  • 1 cup Sugar For caramelized sugar threads
  • 1 tbsp Lemon juice
  • 1 pinch Saffron
  • 1 cup Orange juice
  • 1 tbsp Ground pistachio For garnishing
  • Vegetable oil For frying
  • Sesame seed For garnishing


  1. Cut the Banana split into 1/4 pieces, Marinate with honey and lemon juice.

  2. Bring one large mixing bowl, add flour, milk, baking powder, one tbsp of sugar, honey and saffron, whisky well and make batter then transfer to a clean bowl.

  3. FOR ORANGE HONEY REDUCTION.......Boil fresh Orange juice in a high skillet fry pan with medium over heat, add honey and sugar, let it simmer for a couple of minutes, when it will be reduced then remove from the fire and keep in a bowl.

  4. Heat the oil in a large skillet pan to 365 degree F (180 degree C).

  5. Deep marinated banana in batter and carefully put into the hot oil and fry until golden brown, flip the banana and continue to golden brown. When fritter is getting ready, remove from the fire and place on the paper napkin for soaking the oil and keep in a plate.

  6. Then keep in a serving bowl and pour orange honey reduction on banana fritter,  garnishing with ground pistachio, sesame seeds and caramelized sugar threads.

  7. Serve while warm.

Personal Life; Biraj was born in Bhubaneswar to a Hindu family. He did his schooling from Gadi Brahma VidyaPitha and pursued his education in Hotel Management from Institute of tourism and hotel management College, Odisha. He is also a graduate from the Utkal University in Travel & Tourism. At a very early age, he took a liking to cook and pursued it to become one of the great chefs in the country. He is also very passionate about Swimming, photography, travel, and history. Professional Life; Having the early lessons about cooking from his brother, he began his career around 2011, from the Ramada group of hotels and worked with many of its hotels in various cities across India. After working with Ramada in short tenure, He worked with Radisson Group of the hotel and achieved the Best Restaurant Award in January 2016; Chef Biraj has an in-depth understanding of regional Indian cuisine having learned it from the best in the industry during his early career. He is equally adept with innovative Indian cuisine that is at par with the best culinary standards in the world. Currently, Biraj is associated with Flora Group of Hotels, Dubai & existing his art of culinary & skills.
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