Maruya at Home


One of those delightful Philippine streetfood is  the maruya, a saba fritter (plantain fritter). Roadside vendors usually sell this hot and just off from the kawali. This merienda fare is very easy to make at home that I made more than enough to share some to a neighbor.


Three slices per saba


Batter: flour, baking powder, milk, egg, salt, sugar, oil


Frying in the kawali


After few minutes of frying, drain the fritters and sprinkle with sugar. That’s it


One response to “Maruya at Home

  1. Ema Jones July 14, 2014 at 12:37 am

    What heavenly Maruya!!
    I feel like going to the kitchen and frying a batch right now 😛
    Enjoy Healthy Cracker Chocolate Chips Muffins, sweet delight


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