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8 very ripe bananas....

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mankymummy Mon 01-Sep-08 13:15:54

what can i do with them? no-one in the house has a particularly sweet tooth.... hmm

ConnorTraceptive Mon 01-Sep-08 13:20:45

Wholemeal banana muffins

DaisySteiner Mon 01-Sep-08 13:21:56

8 very ripe bananas sounds like a children's song!

Have got a nice banana chutney recipe which I could dig out if you're interested - it sounds grim but it's lovely, honestly.

Carmenere Mon 01-Sep-08 13:22:26

Yes or banana bread is fab here

mankymummy Mon 01-Sep-08 13:42:08

thanks everyone. love the idea of the chutney... yes please could you give me the recipe.

muffins wont get eaten unfortunately and prob not banana bread either.. my DS is oddly savoury biased !

YumeeMumee Mon 01-Sep-08 13:43:34

How about smoothies or make them into ice lolly's??

mankymummy Mon 01-Sep-08 14:06:15

ooh ice lollies, like that idea, i have moulds !!!!

how do I do that?

hehe... like that you are yumeemumee and im manky !!!! grin

DaisySteiner Mon 01-Sep-08 14:20:30

OK, here is the chutney recipe:

Banana Chutney

1.8kg (4lb) very ripe bananas, chopped
4 peppers,chopped
4 onions,chopped
450g (1lb) raisins
1.1 litres (2 pints) malt vinegar
4 garlic cloves, crushed
2 teaspoons salt
½ teaspoon pepper
4 teaspoons curry powder
2 teaspoons ground turmeric
a pinch of ground cloves
900g (2lb) sugar
cornflour, if necessary

1 Cook everything, except the sugar and cornflour, together until soft and pulpy – about 1 hour.

2 Add the sugar and cook until the vinegar is reduced. Thicken with a little cornflour if necessary.

3 Spoon into cooled, sterilised jars, wseal and label. Store for 6-8 weeks before using.

mankymummy Mon 01-Sep-08 15:32:44

thanks daisy that sounds great.

what do you eat it with though?!

DaisySteiner Mon 01-Sep-08 20:47:21

Anything you'd normally eat with chutney! It goes very well with cheese, either in a sandwich or with cheese on toast. Also nice with poppodoms!

YumeeMumee Tue 02-Sep-08 21:32:41

Hey manky! Might be a bit late [sorry!] but for future reference, easiest way is to just mash up the banana's with a bit of yoghurt and put into moulds. If you have a blender, then it's easier to chuck it all in and blend. Any smoothie recipe (ie most fruit pureed/blended) with a bit of yoghurt and a dash of fruit juice, will taste good turned into an ice lolly. Enjoy grin

tassisssss Tue 02-Sep-08 21:34:29

you can freeze them, then defrost and use in cakes/smoothies at a later date.

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