Caramelized Bananas

There is something so comforting about a warm fruit dessert, and this recipe is one of the quickest and easiest to prepare. So you can get your comfort food game on, quick!Photo Aug 11, 2 27 05 PM

All you need is a couple of bananas sliced in half lengthwise, some butter and a simple homemade caramel sauce. (recipe at the end) Of course a little ice cream never hurts, either. Preheat your Cook-N-Dine Teppanyaki at 5, then turn up to 7. Start to melt your butter and spread it around the cooking area, then add your bananas sliced-side facing up.Photo Aug 11, 2 30 30 PM (1)

Allow them to cook on this side for about two to three minutes, adding more butter if needed. Once you flip them over, cook this side to brown like the other for another two to three minutes. Check the bananas frequently, to make sure they don’t get mushy. Pour your caramel sauce on top, enjoy the smell and sizzle. 

Turn off your Cook-N-Dine Teppanyaki cooktop, grab your plates and dig in! It is especially delicious served over a small bowl of vanilla ice cream. Feel free to add some toasted or caramelized nuts as well, if you fancy.Photo Aug 11, 2 35 46 PM (1)

Caramel Sauce Recipe

  • 1/2 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 pinches freshly ground nutmeg (if using pre-ground nutmeg, 1/4 tsp)

Mix all ingredients and warm over low-medium heat. Do not bring to a boil. Stir for a couple of minutes until sugar is dissolved.

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