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A light, quick and tasty way to finish a bbq.
"Mmm, so delicious and easy to make! I was delighted with the simplicity of this, only downside was that they hardened up so quickly I was scarcely done serving when the first few peoples' was not so great as they got hardened. It was a great idea in any case, you just have to be quick in serving! A+"- MauraSpeckt
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Clean the grill top prior to cooking.
Place 2 bananas whole, per serving, on a medium heat and turn a couple of times during cooking for an even skin discolouration. As the skin turns brown to dark and juices run they are ready. Approx. 3-5 mins.
Remove from heat a make a single knife cut along the full length and spread the skin to expose the cooked fruit.
Cinnamon if required.
Apply a squirt of UHTcream or topping of choice.
Guests will look at this burnt offering and remark," I will just have one to try it" and be straight back for the other. Trust me! Jamieo
From a student BBQ about 10 years ago, source unknown.
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MauraSpeckt 2 months agoMmm, so delicious and easy to make! I was delighted with the simplicity of this, only downside was that they hardened up so quickly I was scarcely done serving when the first few peoples' was not so great as they got hardened. It was a great idea in any case, you just have to be quick in serving! A+
TeddiCooks 2 years agoI take the fruit from the skin and serve it over French Vanilla Bean ice cream...yu-u-um!
Beckysplace 3 years agoI made these just like the recipe directed and they were fabulous! When I told guests we were having BBQ Bananas, I got a lot of raised eyebrows. Everyone who likes bananas sampled them, and everyone raved about them! They were an enormous hit with kids! The touch of cinnamon made them gourmet!
sugarandspice01 3 years agoI have made these but I made a knife cut and put chocolate buttons inside the cut wrapped them in foil and put them on the bbq they were really nice.
TJCOOKER 4 years agoReally good and easy. You must eat them quickly after grilling as they harden relatively fast. Also, I think I prefer to cut them in half and grill at some point to add some texture. Loved it.
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firstname.lastname@example.org 5 years agoI love the oooy-gooy texture and the taste is divine!
jamieo 7 years ago[I posted this recipe.]