caramel – en.Kung-Food

I wanted to make a special dessert that I recently saw on TV so i decided to try these delicious banana spring rolls with caramel sauce. My family, fiancée and I agreed that they turned out delicious, but it’s not because I’m a good Chef (which I’m not), it’s because this recipe is extremely easy and the ingredients combine perfectly together! I paired them with vanilla and coconut ice cream and drizzled my homemade caramel sauce on top. They aren’t that difficult so try them some time! Banana spring rolls with caramel sauce are also quite unexpensive compared to other desserts or cake, which is a good enough reason to try them. The good thing, if you preparare your home made caramel sauce, is that you can save it in the fridge for a few days and maybe use it for other desserts. Try them and let me know if you like them!
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Bananas in caramel sauce are a delicious dessert that can be preparared in just a few minutes, with only a few ingredients. The good thing about this amazing dessert is that it’s extremely easy to make and it requires almost no skills at all. Still, it can be quite impressive if served when the sauce is still bubbling! This fast dessert is also unexpensive, as all you need is bananas, some butter and some sugar, even though with pancakes and some ice cream it’s even more delicious. Caramelized bananas can also be used as an accompaniment to a sweet, delicate dessert such as panna cotta, or even a slice of cake. So if your guests showed up without notice or if you are in a hurry and you need a yummy dessert, bananas in caramel sauce won’t let you down!
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The traditional caramel cake is a Southern time honored recipe. This cake is known for its traditional styled caramel icing. Caramel cake, and cakes of this multi-layered type, all are descendants of the Dobostorte first made in Hungary and Austria. The idea of these multi-layered cakes traveled across Europe to France and England where they were sometimes referred to as Tortes. As settlers arrived in the New World, the recipe for this cake was brought with them. At times in the past, these cakes have been made in locations such as Michigan, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and many other Southern States. In New Orleans, exclusively, these multi-layered cakes are called a Doberge. Other locals have given other names to this traditional caramel cake, but they extend from the same ancestry of the Dobostorte of Hungary and Austria.
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