Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Bananas...A Few Ways...

During fasting month, you'll see that I prepare dishes using bananas almost every day....got it from my MIL...for whenever she comes over, she will bring along some bananas for the kids! So, the last two days I decided to prepare these 2 desserts using different types bananas....Pisang Emas and Pisang Raja...wow emas and raja, hahaha!
Kolak Pisang (that's what MIL calls this!)
Ingredients
10 bananas, I used ripe Pisang Raja
2 cups water
2 cups light brown sugar
a few daun pandan, screwpine leaves

Method
In a large pan, combine water, sugar and screwpine leaves, and bring to boil.
Add sliced bananas, leave to boil and aromatic, remove from heat. Best served chilled.
Super easy, fast and delicious dessert! Made this while waiting for iftar yesterday...shared with some friends!
Banana Bread Cobbler
Ingredients
Streusel Topping (yums!)
3/4 light brown sugar
1/2 cup self raising flour
1/2 cup butter, melted and cooled
1 cup uncooked oats
1/2 cups chopped pecans, I omitted, I was in the nick of time, it was 5 mins before iftar on Monday!

Banana Filling (I used Pisang Emas)
1 cup self raising flour
1 cup granulated sugar, I used 3/4 cups
1 cup milk
1/2 cup butter melted
4 medium bananas, I used 10 medium Pisang Emas
Method
Streusel Topping
Stir together brwon sugar, flour, and butter until crumbly. Stir in oats. I used a fork to do this. Set aside.

Filling
Whisk flour, sugar and milk until just blended. Whisk in melted butter. Pour into prepared pan. I used a 7x7 casserole dish. Top with banana slices and scatter streusel topping. Bake for about 40-45 minutes until brown and bubbly.

Hence, the pictures were taken after iftar at around 9! The dessert was delicious, too bad we didn't have any icecream in the freezer! 

This recipe is from bakeorbreak!
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Assorted macarons, thank you Kak Ana!

9 comments:

Edi said...

kak yani, org trg panggil tu sira pisang.. YUMMSS!!!! buat i terliur jelah..

syasya said...

weee....nmpk sedap!

Sizuka said...

k.yani,

we called it sira pisang. i still belum buat the cobbler. esok gamaknya. beria2 je nak buat semlm bila tgk ur status dalam fb. pastu tak jadi.

Rina NAR said...

ooo tulah ye pisang goreng nye heheeh....kak yani...kita kat sabah pun panggil kolak tau...mmg sedap, arwah nenek memang terror buat recipe tu...

Superwomanwannabe said...

THIS WAS DIVINE TOO YANI THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE TASTE AND WE WALLAPPED IT OVER SAHUR TOO!! :)

Diyanazman said...

oh wow! lovely recipes and pretty pics too... inspired sungguh rasa nak masa but I have been craving for pengat pisang only la.. nothing fancy! eheheh
Nice blog u have! cheers

ninotaziz said...

Yani, I have no idea how you keep so slim! Really enjoyed my trip here. In case you are wondering, we met at the Lake Club with Kak Puteri and Edy, my buddy.

I can't cook very well but I can teach or rather supervise my maid to do so quite well!

BTW, we call it sira in Pahang. And I think we'll make some tonight!

Lora said...

That banana bread cobbler looks amazing! Lovely recipes.

obat pemutih herbal alami said...

manteeep.

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