Mondays feel incomplete without a delicious dessert, isn’t it? But the recipe doesn’t have to be an elaborate one. So what if we tell you that you can count on your favourite bananas for a sumptuous treat tonight? To cut short your search efforts, we have curated a yummy recipe that you must try in the kitchen today. So why wait, lets dive right in!
Here is an easy recipe from chef Ruchira Hoon, who calls it ‘Brown Butter Sticky Banana Pudding’.
Check it out below:
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**Brown Butter Sticky Banana Pudding*** If you love your banana desserts as much as I do then here is a no fuss super deadly delicious Banana Pudding that bakes up quickly and is even faster to put together. And the best part? You don't have to wait to murder the bananas to make them! I mean over ripe are even better but ripe are just as good too. I added a bit of salted caramel sauce to the top but it's amazing just plain too! I was super impatient and baked them in these bowls directly praying all the time it baked that I don't ruin the bowls. So don't be like me – ensure you bake it in heat proof ramekins or katoris. But for those who care to know, these bowls did survive! —————————————————+—————— Brown Butter Sticky Banana Pudding 125 grams butter 2 ripe bananas A pinch of salt 1 egg 1/2 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup flour 3/4 tsp baking powder Method 1. Heat the butter on a saucepan on high for 4 minutes until foaming and golden brown. 2. Cool and strain into a bowl. 3. Mash together banana and sugar. Add in the egg and mix well. 4. Add in the brown butter and whisk. 5. Add flour, salt and baking powder. Mix until just combined. 6. Pour into ramekins (about 4-5) and bake at 180 degree centigrade in a preheated oven for about 15 minutes. 7. Serve with salted caramel sauce and cream or ice cream of your choice. #bananadesserts #dessertsofinstagram #foodphotography #foodstyling #nofussbaking #bananapudding #yahoofood #food52grams #tasty #tastemade #delicious #yumyum #overripebananas #dessert #womeninculinary #thefeedfeed
She wrote, “If you love your banana desserts as much as I do then here is a no fuss super deadly delicious banana pudding that bakes up quickly and is even faster to put together.”
Here’s the quick recipe.
125g – Butter
2 – Ripe bananas
A pinch of salt
1 – Egg
½ cup – Brown sugar
¾ cup – Flour
¾ tsp – Baking powder
*Heat the butter on a saucepan on high flame for four minutes until it foams and turns golden brown.
*Cool and strain into a bowl.
*Mash together banana and sugar. Add in the egg and mix well.
*Add in the brown butter and whisk.
*Add flour, salt and baking powder. Mix until just combined.
*Pour into ramekins (about 4-5) and bake at 180 degree centigrade in a pre-heated oven for about 15 minutes.
*Serve with salted caramel sauce and cream or ice cream of your choice.
While the chef drizzled some salted caramel sauce, she said, “it’s amazing just plain too”.
Would you like to try?