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Banana manic in a double boiler

Ingredients for making banana manna in a double boiler

  1. Fresh medium sized bananas 3 pieces
  2. Semolina 2 tablespoons
  3. 2 eggs
  4. Vanilla sugar to taste
  • Main ingredients: Banana, Manka
  • Serving 6 servings
  • World Cuisine


Kitchen knife, Bowl, Hand whisk, Cutting board, Plate, Fork, Tablespoon, Steamer, Food foil, Food wrap, Wide serving dish

Cooking banana manna in a double boiler:

Step 1: prepare the eggs.

Using a kitchen knife, free the chicken yolk and protein from the shell and pour the egg components into a free bowl. Then, using a hand whisk, beat the egg ingredients together well until a uniform, lush mass is formed.

Step 2: prepare the bananas.

We wash the banana under running water and, using a kitchen knife, cut the stalk from a banana skin. Then manually remove the skin from our fruit ingredient and transfer the fruit pulp to a cutting board. Before we knead the flesh of a banana with a fork, grind it using the same sharp inventory. To do this, first cut the banana lengthwise onto the plates, and then cross it into small pieces and transfer our ingredient to a plate. Then, using a fork, knead a banana to a homogeneous porridge.

Step 3: prepare a banana manna in a double boiler.

In a bowl of banana paste, pour beaten eggs and with a tablespoon mix the two ingredients very well until a homogeneous paste is obtained. Then add vanilla sugar to taste. After this, slowly pour semolina into this container. Although this ingredient does not require a small amount for the preparation of manna, nevertheless, pour semolina with a thin stream, while constantly using the tablespoon or hand whisk, mix the resulting mass well so that lumps do not form in the manna. Cover the rice pan from the double boiler with cling film so that it is more convenient to remove it from the container after making the cake. Pour the resulting liquid mass into this form. Using a tablespoon, evenly distribute the banana mixture over the entire surface of the rice mold, and then cover the container with cling film. We set the double boiler timer to 30 minutes. To check the readiness of the pie, it is not enough to pierce it with a toothpick, as the banana always remains wet. Therefore, in order to determine the readiness of a dish, it is necessary to separate the manna from one side from the side of the mold using a kitchen knife. In our case, from food foil. If the dough leaves free of foil, then our cake is ready. We take the manna out of the mold, hands on both sides of the foil, and then we release it from the cling film. Set the cake aside so that it cools a little. Ready cake can be decorated according to your desire. For example, I recommend decorating our dish with chocolate icing or sour cream, sprinkling it on top with coconut flakes or grated dark chocolate, respectively.

Step 4: serve the banana manic in a double boiler.

Then we transfer the banana mannik to a wide dish, cut it into portioned slices and serve. Enjoy our delicious pastries with a cup of aromatic tea or fruit juice. Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- - All the ingredients for making banana manna can be whipped with a blender.

- - You can also add dried fruits or preserves to bananas except bananas.

- - Mannik will become much more aromatic if you add cinnamon besides vanilla sugar.

- - You can decorate a banana manna in different ways: with powdered sugar, add chocolate icing, sour cream, grated chocolate, jam or condensed milk. Or garnish with banana rings or other berries.

- - If you add a little chopped kiwi to the manna, our baked goods will get a slightly sour taste.

- - If desired, the banana manna can be carefully cut into two layers with a knife and soaked in cream to your taste.