Simple Recipe: Beer-Battered Banana Blossom

Simple Recipe: Beer-Battered Banana Blossom

Simple Recipe: Beer-Battered Banana Blossom

Reduce your meat consumption and get creative with this plant-based take on a classic British staple! Fish and chips is a crowd favorite, and this vegetarian-friendly version is guaranteed to please your taste buds. Featuring tender, flaky puso ng saging coated in crispy batter, this is an unforgettable creation that mimics seafood texture and flavor so well, you’ll never crave the real thing again. 

This wholesome take on fish and chips is perfect for when you want to wean yourself off of greasy (but terribly delicious) diner food. If you’re feeling the temptation to call for take-out, why not channel that urge into getting a little experimental in your kitchen? Here’s a simple recipe to help you get started!


  1. 20z banana blossoms in brine 

  2. frying oil

Flour Mixture

  1. 1 cup all-purpose flour

  2. 1/2 teaspoon salt

  3. 1 1/2 tablespoons crushed nori


  1. 1 cup flour

  2. 1/2 teaspoon salt

  3. 1 pinch turmeric

  4. 2 tablespoon pickle juice

  5. 2 teaspoons lemon juice

  6. 1/2 cup sparkling water or beer of choice


  1. Rinse and drain the banana blossoms. 

  2. In separate bowls, combine the ingredients for the flour mixture and whisk together the ingredients for the batter.

  3. In a pot or wok, heat the frying oil. You'll want enough so that the battered banana blossoms can swim in the oil but make sure you leave enough space in the pot/wok so that it doesn't spill over.

  4. Coat the banana blossoms in the flour mixture. Then dip them in the batter. Carefully lower them in the oil. Let them fry for about 4-5 minutes until golden brown, flipping them once. 

  5. Transfer the fried banana blossoms onto a kitchen paper to remove excess oil. Serve with tartar sauce or fries, for example. Add fresh dill on top and squeeze with lemon juice.

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