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Mar 29th, 2009 at 10:10pm

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Wholegrain bread, sliced banana, sultanas and cinnamon - yum!   Smiley
First time using the jaffle iron on coals. Such an easy meal.
Definitely buying another one.

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Reply #1 - Mar 30th, 2009 at 3:43am

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Two Bears wrote on Mar 29th, 2009 at 10:10pm:
Wholegrain bread, sliced banana, sultanas and cinnamon - yum!   Smiley
First time using the jaffle iron on coals. Such an easy meal.
Definitely buying another one.

Barb



Hi Barb

Great to read one of your posts again.
Welcome back

I like the jaffle contents as well.
Coz TBF loves cinnamon.

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Reply #3 - Mar 30th, 2009 at 8:07pm

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Two Bears wrote on Mar 29th, 2009 at 10:10pm:
Wholegrain bread, sced banana, sultanas and cinnamon - yum!   Smiley
First time using the jaffle iron on coals. Such an easy meal.
Definitely buying another one.

Barb


Hey Barb, great to see you again.  We have missed you.

I am going to change that recipe and instead of bread use puff pastry.  Oh and maybe a little drizzle of honey in it as well.  I love the taste of honey and banana together.

What do you reckon.


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Reply #4 - Mar 31st, 2009 at 4:24am

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Derek wrote on Mar 30th, 2009 at 8:07pm:
I am going to change that recipe and instead of bread use puff pastry.


Tried this last night....

No cinnamon in the house (not other than quills) so used a bit of nutmeg...

The banana went really brown and sort of unappetising to look at. I would use a little lemon on the cut banana next time.

The sultanas were steeped in apple juice for a few hours....  Now that was tops!! I mixed in a little brown sugar to the mix and it was not needed.  With the apple juice soaked sultanas, it was just too sweet.  taht'll teach me to muck around with the original recipe. LOL

Warning.. do not spill sugar over the outside of the pastry, as it makes for a really smokey cook, and a difficult clean-up.  Not good on the inside gas stove!   Grin Grin Grin

All in all, something to work on, and not at all unappealing to the taste.

Next time, I don't think I will clamp the shell, and give a little room for the pastry to rise.
 


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Hiya Barb great to have you back.

Huey did a baked banana the other day simply putting a slit in the skin and baking them for ten minutes, it was some thing I thought would be easy in the CO, They didnt go real brown.  He also made a caramel sauce to die for, butter, cream and brown sugar I think and I thought of my small CO.  I enjoy most of his cooking its a pity he charges for his recipes.

Thanks for the tip about not locking the lid with puff pastry Raastas I must admit I wouldnt have thought of that.
 

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Carolyn™ wrote on Mar 31st, 2009 at 7:18am:
Thanks for the tip about not locking the lid with puff pastry Raastas I must admit I wouldnt have thought of that. 



I have not tried it yet, but will give it a go soon....
 


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Reply #7 - Apr 23rd, 2009 at 5:19pm

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I recently tried the banana jaffle but spread nutella instead of cinnamon and sultanas.  The kids all teenagers loved them .

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