sweetfully yours: banana cue
Thank God, another school week had ended.
Kids usually come home from school earlier every Friday. So, expect them to get hungry after two hours of eating their lunches.
No worries. I had bought these “saging saba” for the sole purpose of trying to cook “banana cue”. That saging in the stick which I normally bought at food vendors in the market area for 5 pesos a piece.
Why not cook some at home?
So, I did and here’s what happen…
Slightly fry the bananas. There were ten bananas. Only, I got tempted to eat the last one When fried, transfer to a plate. And, into the same pan (and oil), drop in 3 tablespoon of brown sugar. Continue cooking (medium to low heat) until the sugar’s caramelized. After which, using a thong, dip in one banana at a time until it becomes fully covered with melted sugar.
And, that’s it…Snacking time…
Hmmm, I’m wondering how would the kids react if I’ll replace the sugar with melted chocolate? As in “choco banana cue”. How’s that?
Try it first…