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Chuối chiên

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Chuối chiên - Vietnamese fried bananas
Chuối chiên - Vietnamese fried bananas

Chuối chiên is the Vietnamese version of fried bananas, similar to pisang goreng in Indonesia/Malaysia and Thai fried bananas (กล้วยทอด, kluai thot).[1]

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  1. ^ Vietnam - Page 18 Richard Sterling - 2000 "They are taken often and at any time of day. Vietnamese will eat whenever not eating becomes boring. Rice cookies, fried bananas, sweet potatoes, coconut candy, lotus seeds in syrup are all popular snacks."
This page was last edited on 25 May 2019, at 09:09
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