Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Grilled Banana with Honey Caramel Sauce



Happy Melbourne Cup day! Gosh, now I wish I'm at the races with a glass of bubbly in a pretty frock and nice big hat!

I suppose given that we are in WA and not Melbourne (they have a public holiday!! boo!!!), the atmosphere is not as festive. The girls in the office, however have decided that since the manager is away, we deserve a nice lunch.....so I'm sitting here, back from lunch, absolutely full and loving my collegues, feeling that it's time to blog.

This recipe was inspired by Goreng Pisang (or Pisang Goreng) which means fried banana. I love the crisp outer of the banana fritter. Obviously because I have grilled it, it's not as crispy as the deep fried version, but it would do.

Grilled Banana with Honey Caramel Sauce
1 cup of self raising flour
1/2 cup of water
2 tsp of cinnamon
4 bananas

1/2 cup of honey
1 tsp of toasted white sesame seeds

ice-cream to serve.

1) Mix water and self raising flour to a paste. Heat pan with oil. Dip banana into flour mixture and fry it. Keep warm.

2) In a small pan, warm up honey. Keep stiring and add toasted sesame. Drizzle sauce on to banana. Serve with ice-cream.

13 comments:

Sharon said...

mmm, pisang goreng is one of my favorites! For a second, I thought that was a hot dog. Obviously, it's late and I should go to bed!! :)

Little Inbox said...

grilled banana = pisang bakar. Must be fragrant & sweet. Hey, banana in Australia is very expensive, right?

Big Boys Oven said...

wow ! you just grilled my favourite fruit.... now I am going babanas! lol!

Christy said...

The Western and fused version of Pisang goreng??
Unique!:)

Piggy said...

I think I prefer the grilled version, less oily. Thanks for the idea!

Dee said...

Happy belated birthday, Daphne.
I'm sorry I haven't been round much. We've been having it rough at C&C. Hopefully, the year get's a little better.

I've always had a soft spot for bananas, and the Caramel just puts it a little over the edge :)

The Blonde Duck said...

Yum! It looks great.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I prefer my banana fresh, don't really like mushy banana. That's just me! :P

CY said...

Hi
I love bananas grilled on the BBQ so this is another great way to enjoy it! Thanks for sharing! Just to let you know I've tagged you on my blog, so pass it on!

mikky said...

very interesting dessert... :)

Mochachocolata Rita said...

grilled bananas...i always love these caramelised goodness hehehe

SIG said...

Oooo... wow!

Kevin said...

Those bananas look great!

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