Banana-Mallow Dollar Pancakes (Serabi Pisang)

The following cake/dessert/sweet snack is not totally Indonesian though as we don’t use marshmallow in our goodies, but I just gotta share this following recipe because it is awesome with marshmallow! You can omit it, obviously 🙂

You may find it’s rather odd that the recipe is using grated cheese AND chocolate rice at the same time (plus marshmallow! hahaha), but us Indonesians do like mixing cheese and chocolate in our cakes and desserts, they really compliment each other especially for grilled sandwiches 😉

Serabi is the pan I am using to make these pancakes, and it’s the mini one, you can use regular size, or even just teflon.

In East Borneo, these cakes are called lemet pisang as we mashed the banana, and if you leave the bananas whole/halved, not smashed, we would call them pisang goreng – banana fritters. I named them Serabi Pisang, since I am using the pan to make them as dollar pancakes 😉

Ingredients

1 egg
milk as needed
1 1/4 cups wheat flour (or regular white all purpose)
a dash of salt
1 tsp vanilla sugar
1/4 – 1/2 cup marshallow
1 1/2 – 2 tbsps vanilla extract
2 sachets of low calorie sweetener (or sugar)
2 ripe bananas, mashed
raisins, chocolate rice (this isn’t the same as chocolate sprinkles in Canadian market. Chocolate rice is made of milk, chocolate butter and usually its Dutch and/or Asian brand), grated cheese

Method

  • Add dry ingredients well (flour, salt, vanilla sugar, sweetener). Pour in milk, only as needed (1/2 cup or less), mix well, until all dry ingredients dissolved
  • Add in vanilla extract, marshmallow, egg, mix well
  • Add in mashed banana/banana slices, mix well

Heat pan, brush with a little oil, pour batter, fry until golden brown, on lower-medium heat

Give a little touch of chocolate rice or raisins or grated cheese on top of cake

Banana-Mallow Dollar Pancakes (Serabi Pisang)

Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • milk as needed
  • 1 1/4 cups wheat flour or regular white all purpose
  • a dash of salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla sugar
  • 1/4 – 1/2 cup marshallow
  • 1 1/2 – 2 tbsps vanilla extract
  • 2 sachets of low calorie sweetener or sugar
  • 2 ripe bananas mashed
  • raisins chocolate rice (this isn’t the same as chocolate sprinkles in Canadian market. Chocolate rice is made of milk, chocolate butter and usually its Dutch and/or Asian brand), grated cheese

Instructions

  • Add dry ingredients well (flour, salt, vanilla sugar, sweetener). Pour in milk, only as needed (1/2 cup or less), mix well, until all dry ingredients dissolved
  • Add in vanilla extract, marshmallow, egg, mix well
  • Add in mashed banana/banana slices, mix well
  • Heat pan, brush with a little oil, pour batter, fry until golden brown, on lower-medium heat
  • Give a little touch of chocolate rice or raisins or grated cheese on top of cake

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