Fufu Flour Fritters

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Fufu Flour Fritters

When I first saw this at the Indian grocery store, i was intrigued by it – Flour made with Plantain? apparently used a lot in African countries like Ethiopia. The recommended use for it is to make pancakes, but it was afternoon when I pulled it out of my pantry to read those instructions- and was not waiting until the morning to try it. I put freshly picked zucchinis from my garden to work to make these delicious bajjis or fritters – as my daughter observed, this flour is really tasty and makes for real tasty bajjis.

Ingredients
1 cup Fufu Flour
1/4 rice flour
1/4 cup besan
2 tsp chili powder (I used sambar powder)
a pinch of asafetida
Salt to taste
about 3/4 cup of water to mix into a fluid batter
oil to fry
2 medium sized zucchinis

Preparation
Cut the zucchinis into 1/4 inch rounds
put fresh oil in a deep pan and heat
mix the ingredients to make the batter
Ensure the oil is hot enough by dripping a little batter into it – If the batter pops up to the surface quickly, it is ready
Dip the zucchinis in the batter making sure it is fully coated on all sides.
Repeat the process until the pan is full but not over-crowded
cook until the batter is golden brown
Remove from oil, draining them completely with a ladle that has holes in it.
Place on a dish lined with paper towel.
Serve hot with ketchup or by itself
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Posted on

July 21, 2012

20 Comments

  1. These look good! I have not heard of this flour either. I'll have to keep an eye out for it!

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  2. But it's innovative and tempting dear.Even I am not familiar with the flour.Yet the entire idea looks healthy and nutritious.

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  3. new to me.. bajji looks crispy..

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  4. Never heard of this flour…very interesting n yummy crispy bajji's…Thanks for sharing:)

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  5. Drooling here Priya. Love them.

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  6. Fufu flour:) That sounds interesting, in my place we use dried plantain powder as baby food! The Bhajjis looks soo crispy and yumm

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  7. delicious yummy tempting and inviting fritters.

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  8. never heard of this flour but fritters sound crispy &tempting

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  9. This flour is new to me. Haven't heard it before. Fritters look yummy !

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  10. Oh Holy YUM these look scrumptious! I have never heard of plantain flour before nor have I ever seen it around, I will keep my eye out for it now! We make this with normal flour and potatoes…yummy! I wanna try zuchinni now too, it looks awesome! Go you for growing your own zucchini!!! I am loving your blog and all these delcious recipes, I am your newest follower! :)

    xxx
    Renee
    http://www.thelitesideoflife.blogspot.com

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  11. Very nice one! I too saw Fufu flour here and wasn't sure how to use it.. Thanks!

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  12. i have never heard of banana flour. i was wondering what is this fufu flour. in texture and appearance they exactly like chickpea flour pakoras

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