Going bananas over cheese fritters

The stall sells about 50 boxes of fritters a day.

BANANAS are rich in vitamins and fibre and aside from eating them raw, the fruit can be turned into fritters, chips and a type of local dessert called serawa.

Banana fritters or pisang goreng is a popular teatime snack among locals and there are many stalls in the Klang Valley selling the crunchy favourite.

But to jazz up the humble, fried sweet morsels, Kak P: The Pisang Cheese stall adds cheese and this has become a popular treat.

The owner Noor Fizlee Mohd Hapidzal, 35, uses pisang abu to make the fritters.

Fondly known as Kak P, she said the fritters are prepared in fresh batches, coated in a special batter mixture every day.

“The batter gives a unique taste and keeps the fritters crispy even after they are reheated.

“We want customers to explore the sweet and savoury combination of flavours,” she said.

You can expect a thick layer of grated Cheddar cheese along with toppings of your choice in each box of fritters.

Kak P said only premium ingredients are used for the toppings.

“We use imported cheese and dark chocolate to ensure quality,” she added.

She also offers salted caramel, white chocolate, cinnamon sugar, milk and matcha toppings.

“The salted caramel is our bestseller,” she said.

The Signature Cheddar Cheese with seven fritters in a box, comes topped with generous amounts of grated cheese and a topping of your choice.

This is priced at RM8.

Fritters with premium flavoured topping is tagged at RM9, sharing platter (RM33) and Double Salted Caramel (RM35).

Customers can choose up to

four different toppings with double grated cheese for more creamy goodness.

For extra toppings, it is RM2 for cheese and RM1 for other flavours.

Kak P said she sells more than 50 boxes a day.

Kak P: The Pisang Cheese is located at Restoran Jamal Mohamed in Jalan SS 5a/9, Petaling Jaya.

The stall is open daily from 9am to 5.30pm from Sunday to Friday, and 9am to 4.30pm on Saturday.

Delivery services is available to customers in Klang Valley as well as Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

For details, call 019-9806 461.

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