Maruya at Home

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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.

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Three slices per saba

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

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Frying in the kawali

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

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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
    http://bit.ly/193JG6V

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