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this is more a technique than a recipe per se. however, if you love the taste of fried sweet plantains but don't want all the fat, this is the way to go. for those less familiar with plantains, they would best be described as a cooking banana. these pa
a simple, but simply delicious sandwich! i grew up on tomato and mayo sandwiches, but recently decided to add avocados. i've never looked back, yum!! do not attempt this recipe with a store bought, tasteless tomato! this recipe makes two sandwiches.
heard this recipe on the a.b.c. the family loved this when i made it. i did add spring onions to garnish. so easy simple and great tasting. i used kipfler potatoes but recipe suggest's small red ruby lou or royal blue would also be good.
this is an excellent cake/bread recipe with very little fat. notice there is no butter or oil, just bananas. i cut down to 2 larger bananas but it was a little dry so i did actually add just a little canola oil, but i definitely wouldn't have if i had u
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