By J. Bradshaw Sr. on March 25, 2006
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"This snack or dessert is quick and easy and sure to woo any company or please any crowd and just make your mouth water on a night snuggled up watching t.v. It is an African dish that I learned in the 7th. grade and was a hit when I served it several years ago in my fathers restaurant. I like it because of the taste you get from such a quick prep time and cook time, also the presentation can be beautiful! So if you love caramel and bananas with whip topping then try it out. One thing I do advise is this... I take my bananas and butter each slice individually, after melting the butter and before starting to fry I use a brush and make sure and coat front and back very well and while cooking I add a bit more, you can judge when cooking but I like mine to be a bit more buttery so you can adjust to taste. I also use 2 bananas per person as it is very filling and rich. This recipe is very flexible as to fit your palate, I do hope you enjoy! :-)"
Serving Size: 1 (182 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"WONDERFUL! I changed a few things. I only cooked two bananas for myself and boyfriend. So I added two teaspoon full of I cant believe its not butter and coated with brown sugar following the normal directions. then i put on top of low fat vanilla frozen yogurt. probably still fairly high in cals but not too bad and tasted amazing! i actually find the vanilla frozen yogurt is just as good as the real thing...and so is i cant believe its not butter so give it a go :). Highly recommend with ice cream instead of whip...makes for a much more awesome dessert and not sickly sweet."
"This was very easy to make and delicious, but it was a little too sweet for my tastes. I didn't have any whipped cream or fruit handy, so I simply sprinkled some cinnamon on top, and it turned out great. The cinnamon went well with the bananas and brown sugar. :D Thanks for the recipe."
"This turned out much better than I thought it would - it is so delicious and yet so deceptively simple to prepare. This took me ten minutes to make, and I served it with deluxe Ice Cream instead of cream to make a luxurious dessert. When this is served on nice serving plates, it looks and tastes restaurant class...."
"Totally decadent! And so simple too. Will be repeated often. Thanks for posting."
"These are truly sinful:) I've made these a few times so far and each time I do, there are more number of people in my kitchen than toes on my feet:) Thanks for bringing back good memories!"