By Eddy − On Friday, September 30, 2016, 7 years ago in Dessert Recipes
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Fried Bananas with Madeira Wine Recipe

Fried Bananas with Madeira Wine Recipe

This fried bananas with Madeira wine recipe is a delicious dessert that gathers two worldwide famed Madeira ingredients.

Preparation time 10 min
Cooking Time 25 min
Ready In 35 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

4 bananas1/4 cup of butter1 cup of Madeira wine4 tbsp of sugar1 cup of brandyCinnamon (to taste)
4 bananas1/4 cup of butter1 cup of Madeira wine4 tbsp of sugar1 cup of brandyCinnamon (to taste)
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Directions

  1. Peel the bananas and cut them in half.
  2. Fry them on a saucepan along with the butter, the Madeira wine and a pinch of cinnamon.
  3. Powder the bananas with the sugar and turn them to fry on both sides, until they get a golden colour.
  4. Then add the brandy and flame the bananas.
  5. Serve immediately and enjoy.
Recipe & Photo Credit: Clara Campos *

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