Christmas breakfast special recipe from Uganda-Ugandan pancake (Kabanda) recipe

For your Christmas breakfast special this year, add a foreign recipe to your menu. This is a very delicious, very easy to make snack that goes well with a cup of milk tea, coffee or hot chocolate.

Kabanda is quite popular all over Uganda mostly because the ingredients are not only must-have household items but are also easy to find and super cheap in the market. It is a two-ingredient only snack. Alright, let's get to it.


What you need (These measurements will make about 8 pancakes)

A cluster of very ripe sweet bananas (plantain or small yellow bananas)

1 cup of cassava flour

1 litre of Vegetable oil (for deep frying)


Step One: Peel about 6 bananas into a bowl and mash them with a fork till smooth

Step Two: Mix one cup of cassava flour into the sweet banana mash to form a soft dough. The dough should not be too sticky. Add more flour if necessary

Step 3: Dust kneading surface with some flour and move dough onto the surface. Knead the dough till about 2 inches thick

Step 4: Use cookie cutter to cut out the pancakes

Step 5: Deep fry in heated vegetable oil till pancake turns dark brown

Step 6: Make a cup of tea and enjoy your pancakes while still warm


Thank me later :-)




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