Bananas, continued…

Posted by admin | Meat,Recipes | Sunday 11 February 2007 7:01 am

It’s been such an age since I’ve posted anything, but I had so many Banana recipes lined up, I can’t not put them in This one is particularly unique. A friend’s mom has probably concocted it, and I had it at her place years ago. So recently I called to get the recipe…

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BLANKET BANANAS Serves 4
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Tip : The ideal banana to use for any cooking is whats known as plantains, but really, any kind will do.

INGREDIENTS
4 bananas
1/2 a can pineapple slices
4 strips bacon
1 tsp cinnamon powder
Lime juice
Salt optional

PREPARATION
Slit the bananas lengthwise. If they’re very long cut in halves for ease of handling. No piece should be more than 4 inches long. Sprinkle lightly with the lemon juice to keep from blackening.

Cut the pineapple slices into long strips and place them between between two halves.

Wrap around with the bacon strips, holding them together with a toothpick if required.

Grill, broil or fry till the bacon is cooked through.

Sprinkle with cinnamon powder and serve.
Nice as a side with a spicy main course, or even as a breakfast course.

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