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Fried Banana Chocolate Ravioli with Chocolate Rum Sauce

Oh Wow are these good, really good. I got this recipe from a poster named Lort from another site. These are fantastic!

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  • For Ravioli---------------.
  • Gently mix bananas, brown sugar, graham cracker crumbs, pecans and chocolate.
  • Roll dough and cut into 3 inch squares or use wontons and lay out on a clean work surface.
  • Fill each square or wrapper with 1 1/2 t's of filling.
  • Brush edges with egg wash and fold in half diagonally, sealing edges completely.
  • Place on wax papaer and repeat.
  • Heat oil to 350-375 degrees.
  • Fry ravioli until golden, around 2 minutes.
  • Remove and drain.
  • Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve with chocolate rum sauce.
  • Chocolate Rum Sauce-------------------.
  • Heat milk and chocolate in a 2 quart saucepan over medium heat.
  • When the chocolate has melted, remove from heat and stir in butter and rum.
  • Serve warm.
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"Oh Wow are these good, really good. I got this recipe from a poster named Lort from another site. These are fantastic!"
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  1. mmmm_gin
    These were quite good. My friend and I sat around filling and frying the wanton skins; it was pretty easy. I cut the ingredients for the rum sauce in half and it was STILL too much. Tasted excellent though. Very RICH! Thanks for the recipe, Di. Everybody liked it.
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  2. Dana-MMH
    Di, these were absolutely the BIGGEST hit tonight at our dinner. We have a group of 3 couples that get together once a month and have dinner and dessert. My turn to bring dessert and I brought these..they were ranting, and raving for a good hour after. At first I thought they would be rather difficult to make, not at all. I had to sneak some to take home for my DH to eat tomorrow :)
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  3. Miss Erin C.
    This was really great! I used the sauce as a dip, and had a ton left over, probably enough for 3 batches of these. Everyone raved. thank you Diana, this is a super simple, easy, very good dessert.
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  4. Diana Adcock
    Oh Wow are these good, really good. I got this recipe from a poster named Lort from another site. These are fantastic!
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