“Cut-out bananas.Last night, I bought some bananas on my way home from work. In the evening, I had a whim to pull out a silk. It was fragrant, sweet and crisp. It was so evil in the evening that I couldn’t stand it for half a day.
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Cut the banana into small pieces.
Peel off the banana skin and keep the banana meat.
Sprinkle a spoonful of corn starch on the banana slices and stir it to make the banana evenly coated with corn starch.
Blend the fried paste: Take an egg, two spoons of starch, and one spoon of cooking oil.
Stir evenly to form a fine paste without particles.
Put the banana pieces into the frying paste and hang them.
Heat the pan with proper amount of cooking oil.
Put in the sticky banana pieces and fry until golden.
Remove the fried banana chunks from stock.
In a separate pot, add sugar and warm water in the proportion of 2:1 sugar to water.
Stir while heating to melt the sugar.
Turn the fire down when the syrup turns yellow and bubbles densely.Use chopsticks to dip a bit of syrup into cold water, the syrup quickly solidifies, picks it up and chews it crisp, indicating that the syrup has boiled well.
Pour the banana pieces into the boiled syrup, stir-fry quickly for several times, and roll the banana pieces onto the syrup.
Load the dish and sprinkle with sesame. Brush the dish with oil in advance.
It’s ready to eat.