Banukah

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Banukah

What do you get when you put bananas, nuts (and Nutella) and kahlua together? Banukah was the only one that rolled off the tongue and actually sounded good. It’s 8pm and yes, I am a devotee of Dr. Oz and I do try to not have anything heavy after 8pm. But, even devotees stray once in a while and this was the result of one such waywardness –

In less that 10 minutes I had me a wonderful and uber delicious nutty, choclatey, bananas with the incredible sweetness of kahlua – all in all a happy ending to a night. And for the folks who commented or are wondering – This is not a Jewish dish!

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Ingredients
4-5 bananas cut/slashed criss-cross
3 capfuls of Kahlua
2 tbsp crushed walnuts
2 tbsp of Nutella
¼ cup each of golden flakes (cereal) or any other corn flakes crushed
½ cup of Honey Nut Cheerios (or any other cheerios) crushed
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Preparation
Place bananas in a bowl and cut at diagonals or any way you prefer it
In a smaller bowl, add the Nutella and the Kahlua and whisk to blend
Slowly dribble over the bananas
Add the crushed cereals and walnuts over the bananas
Set in fridge for about an hour and serve chilled.
Sweet dreams folks J

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March 30, 2011

42 Comments

  1. Wow…. that looks so tasty and delectable. It is indeed very innovative … What a nice way to name a dish…!!! superb:)
    Reva

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  2. That was an innovative recipe and a wonderful name to it…. would lov to try it out….

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  3. havent really heard of this before..but sounds interesting

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  4. Hi Priya,
    Thanks for dropping by my blog and following me, feeling honoured, happy to follow u, u hv a gr8 space, no banukah looks and sounds good but no idea what kahlua is…gr8 dessert

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  5. Wow looks super irresistible and tempting..

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  6. A delicious combination and dessert! I thought it was a Jewish recipe… ;-P

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. Nice combinations …and nice way of bringing a name to the dish …looks so yummy

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  8. Thats an excellent recipe…nice name….

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  9. Yum, what a interesting combination of ingredients..looks wonderful and well delicious…would love to try this..thanks for sharing!

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  10. Lovely combination and sounds delicious!

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  11. Lovely dish…so innovative and must have tasted delicious.

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  12. he recipe is really very creative and new to me. Lovely clicks.

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  13. Hey Ms. Innovative, always out on innovation

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  14. This is one super easy and wonderful dish.Loved the name its very catchy.

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  15. Looks dleicious dessert, easy to put together.

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  16. Sounds innovative…and looks fabulous and delicious..

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  17. An award is waiting for you in my blog, please go and collect them dear..

    valar
    valarskitchen-basics.blogspot.com

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  18. வித்தியாசமா நல்லாயிருக்கு!!

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  19. Very delicious dessert, name itself sounds very interesting and creative..

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  20. Sounds yummy and delicious

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  21. Sure a devotee need such a delicious treat. I also try to follow his words every now and then.Cool name too.

    Aaha Oho

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  22. Kahlua and Nutella- two of my favorites- make this irresistible! I love the name you made up for your creation. It sounds delicious! :)

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  23. Loved the name first of all. Cool. Very innovative..Keep rocking and creating new dishes everyday

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  24. ahh ! this looks SOOOOOOO GOOD !
    ima gonna have to ask my 21+ year old friends to buy me a bottle ot make this dessert. haha!

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  25. love this recipe and i have never heard of this before. glad to learn smthing new- u have some nice recipes

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  26. BEST BANANA DESERT EVAAAA! nuff said :)))<3

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  27. Beautiful combination and cute name for the dish:) Must be so delicious love it!!

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