Pisang Goreng refer to Indonesian fried bananas. Pisang Goreng or banana fritters are very popular in Indonesia and are excellent served with ice cream and drizzled with honey. It can also also serve in a dish with a little coconut cream. Pisang Goreng is also popular in Malaysian and Singapore. Pisang Goreng is also one of the foods sold by the food hawkers in Singapore. One of the food hawkers center in Singapore is called Maxwell Market where varieties of foods are being , such as Chinese, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian foods.

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