Panasonic Cooking Canada Recipe: Banana Fritters


If you’ve ever been at a TA Appliance store and saw a Panasonic Chef cooking, you’ve probably tried these delicious Banana Fritters! They’re just so good that we just HAD to share the recipe!


  • 1 cup flour
  • 2 tbsp. sugar
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • ¼ tsp. salt
  • ½ tsp. ground nutmeg
  • ½ tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 very ripe bananas
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla extract

Yield: 4 portions


  1. Heat a large pot to 180° using the Deep Fry cooking zone on the Panasonic Induction cooktop. Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg in a large bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, bananas and vanilla. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and stir gently until just mixed.
  2. Gently drop heaping tablespoons of the batter into the hot oil. After 5 minutes the fritters will float to the surface. Flip the fritters so they fry evenly. Drain on paper towels until ready to serve.

These recipes were developed by Chef Michael P. Clive for Panasonic’s Induction Cooktop. Cooking times may vary depending on the type of cooktop you use.

Free Panasonic Cooking Demo – PLUS: Turtle Brownies with Pecans and Caramel Recipe


Have you discovered the power of Panasonic yet? This Saturday, December 13th the Mississauga TA Appliance store will be hosting a special Panasonic Cooking Demo between 12pm and 5pm.

  • Learn all about the Panasonic Induction Cooktop and Panasonic Wall Oven
  • Learn some great recipes and techniques from the Panasonic Chef on-site
  • Taste great food that our Chef will prepare
  • Enjoy great savings on Panasonic products!

We hope to see you all the Saturday at TA Appliance Mississauga – 1655 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4X 1L5. Please RSVP here. 

Until then, enjoy this great Turtle Brownies with Pecan and Caramel Recipe courtesy of Panasonic Cooking Canada


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Induction cooktops offer Canadians a wealth of enviable features ideal for professional and home kitchens alike:

  • Safety first – As an induction cooktop uses a magnetic field rather than flames or elements to create heat, its surface remains cool to the touch, except for just underneath where the cookware sits.
  • Quick clean-up – The cooktop’s smooth, flat cooking surface area is easy to clean, and because it doesn’t get too hot, food doesn’t burn onto its surface.
  • Cool to the touch – Since the cooktop doesn’t heat up, your kitchen stays cooler – never worry again about heating up the kitchen while hosting a dinner or creating that special dish during the hot summer months.
  • Heating efficiency – Induction technology heats up cookware so fast that it can boil water and cook food faster than any other type of cooktop.

The Panasonic KY-B84AX Induction Cooktop is available at TA Appliance. We are currently offering an instant rebate and other great Panasonic offers. You can view the current offers on our website. 

If you are in the Mississauga area this weekend (Saturday November 15th), we will have a Panasonic Chef at the store between 12-5pm to demonstrate all the great features the induction cooktop and the Panasonic wall oven has to offer. The chef will be making banana fritters and lemon chicken for attendees to enjoy. You can visit the TA Appliance Mississauga store at: 1655 Dundas St E.

Get more of Panasonic Cooking on their Facebook Page for more information and for delicious recipes.

Panasonic: Convection 101



Professionals love working with convection heat because food can be cooked at a lower temperature for a shorter period of time.

Convection ovens are perfect for heating, baking and broiling. They also create exceptional results when it comes to a few kitchen favourites:

o Air leavened foods like cream puffs, soufflés and meringues rise higher than in a conventional oven.

o Yeast breads are lighter, more evenly textured, more golden and crustier.

o Roasted meat and poultry are juicy and flavourful on the inside while brown and crispy on the outside.

o Convection broiling works exceptionally well for grilling thicker cuts of food.

o Herbs, fruits and vegetables are easily dehydrated.

The Panasonic HL-BD82S Built-in Convection oven is available at TA Appliance.

Check-out for more information and for delicious recipes.

Panasonic: Sleek, Stylish and High Performance


kitchen1Panasonic is bringing the performance and style it’s recognized for with its electronics to Canadian kitchens with an elegant Built-in Convection Oven.

Sleek and stylish, Panasonic’s Built-in Convection Oven features a state-of-the art European twin fan system with an additional heating element, so hot air is continuously circulated to maintain a more consistent temperature resulting in faster, more even cooking.

The at-home chef will love how the cooktop’s stainless steel and half-mirror finish adds elegance to any kitchen. The oven features easy touch operation with an electrostatic touch control and dial that glow blue to match Panasonic’s suite of kitchen appliances.

In addition, eight cooking modes help ensure perfect results, and the oven’s telescopic shelf provides safe and easy removal of food from the oven.

The Panasonic HL-BD82S Built-in Convection oven is available at TA Appliance. 


Check-out for more information and for delicious recipes.



Precision Cooking with Panasonic

Cook top with ice cubesPanasonic’s Induction Cooktop brings home the power of a professional-style range in a beautiful and stylish package.

The cooktop’s built-in infrared-sensor provides a selection of temperature settings allowing for precise temperature control, to prevent overheating and deliver perfect results every time. The cooktop ensures recipes that require precise temperatures – like making hollandaise sauce and deep-frying – achieve delicious results without any effort.

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