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easy to make. I mashed the bananas and wet ingredients in a Ziploc bag, then added the dry mixture and mashed some more. I cut a corner tip off the bag and piped the batter into the oil. no mess, no clean up. my kids loved them. I also wish I'd cut the recipe in half. I'm up to 25 bigger than donut hole donuts and still going.
Very nice when you have overly ripe bananas. This recipe is meant to be tweaked according to tastebuds and quantity. I made it once before and had quite a bit to work with, so this time I was ready! I eliminated the added salt, reduced the amt of baking soda by half and sugar to less than 1/2 cup (way too much especially if using confectioner's sugar at the end) and used only 1 1/4 cups of flour. I also added a touch of banana extract. They were delicious mini beignets. A great treat for either brunch or snack.
This is a common snack in India. Instead of white sugar, jaggery is used. I had some on hand so I grated about 3 tbsp into the banana mixture. I had 2 bowls - one for all the dry ingredients ( used only 2 tbsp caster sugar instead of white) and added a pinch of cardomom powder too. The other bowl had the smashed bananas and vanilla (this is great to use up any bananas you have in the freezer too!). Combine both and using an oiled spoon (helps not to stick), drop them into the oil to fry. Loved by even my toddler!