Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Caramelised banana - How to

Bananas can never go yuck for me. I love having banana smoothies with variations of coffee and chocolate added to it, mashed bananas rolled in chapathis / wheat crepes or ripe bananas dipped in ghee. When I was browsing for something new to make with banana, I came across the concept of caramelising banana and immediately tried it with a single one. It was a hit and this is a definite keeper as it can be used as a delicious topping for anything.


~What U Need*~
Ripe but firm banana - 1
Butter - 1/2 tbsp
Sugar / honey - 1 tbsp

How I Made it:
Peel and cut the banana as desired. I cut them into rounds. Heat a non stick tawa, add butter. When melted, rotate the pan so that it coats the surface evenly. Drop the bananas gently. It will start sizzling. Add sugar / honey to coat all the pieces. Gently shake the pan so that the bananas move around.

After 2 to 3mins, flip one piece and check if it has browned. When done, flip all the pieces and allow the other side to caramelize. When done remove from the pan.

Serve with toasted bread / topping for ice-creams / yogurts. Stay tuned for my next post to see how I used it.

So thats it Folks...
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33 comments:

  1. Amazing looking banana preparation. Looks excellent.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. I love this and make it often...I use ghee instead of butter..Nicely done recipe dear..

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  3. They look super delicious, could have with some ice cream..

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  4. yummy recipe......i too was luking 4 something new with banana....thanx 4 sharing

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  5. I like to toast it with brown sugar instead of white! Always awesome!

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  6. Quiet a new recipe to me !! looks wonderful !!

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  7. looks super yummy and easy recipe, do link it to my new event dear..



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  8. Super tempting.I think this can save us many times.

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  9. This is something that my mother made often, whenever we had too many bananas at home.

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  10. My mom makes it using Nendrampazham...I simply love it

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  11. That's a super brilliant way of using bananas...I'm just so impressed with it! :)

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  12. wow yummy yummy recipe,luks so tempting...

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  14. Yumm yumm. this is one of my fav..

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  15. I had these with plantains as a kid,this is simple yet interesting one,yummmy!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  16. this is my daughters fave...i keep making this often :-)

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  17. What a sweet and simple recipe...am not a banana lover like you, but I do buy and eat bananas from time to time...do not like too ripe ones, usually make banana bread or muffins with those, next time will try these :-)

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  18. I do the same with plantain banana for my kids, kids love it :)

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  19. new to me innovating delicious..recipe.caramelised banana looking super

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  20. awesome presentation ...and i loved it absolutely..do visit mine in ur free time :-)

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  21. This is new to me :) shall try! A happy follower now :)

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  22. lovely idea.... will definitely try them

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