When mention about street food in Vietnam, we cannot forget one of popular and Easy Vietnamese Recipes. It is Deep Fried Banana Cake (Bánh Chuối Chiên). Serving when it is hot to maintain its crispy flavor is my favorite choice.

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)
Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Today, I am really happy when I can introduce one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes for you guys. At market near my house, there has one street hawker always sells it and I learn its recipes for great street food chef I’ve ever knows before. She is so nice to give its tip for making it. Let us start making right now.


10 fresh yellow bananas

100g rice flour

2 tablespoons wheat flour

1 chicken egg

½ liter olive oil

1 tablespoon sugar

2 tablespoons bierre

10cl water

1 teaspoon baking powder.


Step 1: Mix egg + sugar + salt then filter flour into this mixture, mix well and add more a little beer + water + baking powder slowly. Stir gently and well. Cover and wait in 1 hour.

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Step 2: Peel off cover of bananas, cut in half, press gently. Now, you finished basic steps to prepare one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes. Let us fry these cakes now.

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Step 3: Heat the oil in 10 minutes. Soak one by one sliced banana into mixture in step 1, and put into pan. Fry until its faces turn brown yellow. Put on plate added paper napkin to absorb wasted oil.

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Step 4: Wait for a little while, then soak one by one banana cake into mixture in step 1 again and bring to fry again. With this step, it helps to maintain its crispy longer and more delicious.

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Deep Fried Banana Cakes (Bánh Chuối Chiên)

Finally, you can serve it immediately for your family and friends. As I told you, it is better when eating hot. Winter is coming soon, eating these street food cakes is freaking awesome. Hope you satisfy with one of Easy Vietnamese Recipes like this and Good Luck for your cooking.

From Vietnamese Food Team.


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    lan duong 2015-01-13 13:53:48 Reply

    I like your recipe, it is easy to understand, easy to follow

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    Nurlan 2015-02-23 19:49:03 Reply

    Yes, I noticed your blog yrsdeetay, and you're right...it's very pretty and inviting. Wish I'd commented yrsdeetay...but I got too involved in your cauliflower recipes! :)

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    Gianni 2015-02-25 03:24:48 Reply

    Rina - Oh my!! These photos are great!! I got to admit that I cloudn't decide between which ones I like the best! I absolutely love the focus of the camera angles within photos 6 and 8. However I like them all! I thought that the sceneries used wit

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