Thai Fried Banana, Gluai Tot

Those are amazing!
So simple to make and a delicious snack or desert!
When I asked for the exact measures for the lady who sells them around the corner from me,
 she told me to get a bowl and add to it:

1 cup of plain flour {approximately}
1/3 cup of fresh grated coconut {or desiccated coconut}
sugar to taste
about 1 litre of water {add a little more if you need to}
a pinch of salt
1/4 cup of white sesame seeds
Bananas cut lengthwise or any pretty way you wish as long as it is cut about 1.5 cm thick {she uses them slightly green, like a day before they are ripe enough to eat on their own, but I have tried this with ripe bananas, they are fabulous either way}

vegetable oil to fry

Mix all ingredients, except for the oil and bananas and beat it by hand {she uses a wooden spoon} until is all like a paste.  Make it thick but runny. It should not make it a very thick coat. On this video you can see the consistency of it and how to fry them.

Add the bananas {and they also use here sun dried bananas or sweet potatoes and I even had this made with durian} to the batter and mix.

Heat the oil, careful not to smoke it and when hot enough so that you drop a little drop of batter and it starts to fry immediately, you take one banana at the time and add them to the oil. Fry the bananas until they are golden brown. Place them on kitchen paper and preferably eat them hot!!!

This batter is to be made and used on the same day!

Hope you have fun and let me know how much you like it!