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The Banoffee Pie is a purely English invention (so they can say that their food is not good) and I will not tell you too much history because they do not really have it. Everyone seems to agree that it is a modern cooking recipe dating back to 1972, only 40 years ago, and whose creation belongs to the cook The Hungry Monk Pub in Jevington, East Sussex. As you might suppose, from the moment of its creation it was an absolute success, to the point of becoming famous and recognized around the world and even getting to introduce the word "Banoffee" (a blending of Banana and Toffee) in everyday language.


8 portions
  • 100 grams whole wheat cracker
  • 1 can condensed milk, median
  • 3 bananas
  • 100 grams mascarpone cheese
  • 200 milliliters liquid whipping cream, 35% MG
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • cocoa, pure, powder


First, we make the dulce de leche. We can buy it done or do it ourselves. To do this, we introduce the can of condensed milk without opening into an express pot and cook it for a few hours covered. Remove from heat and let cool before opening the can. When it is still warm, we pass it to a pastry bag.
Then, with the help of a blender or rods, we mount the cream very cold with the sugar, when it is half assembled, add the mascarpone cheese until it is creamy and full-bodied. We reserve
Subsequently, peel and cut the sliced ​​bananas. We reserve
Then, we crush the cookies until they are crumbs and we spray them with a spoon in each of the cups or glasses. We add a slice of banana on top and cover it with dulce de leche with the help of a pastry bag.
We ended up distributing the cream of cream with mascarpone and topped with pure cocoa powder.
We serve


For a different decoration, we can use a piece of washi tape to stick a wooden spoon to each cup or glass.


To get the cream is well mounted, it must be cold and have at least 35% of MG

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China Vigil
17/11/2017 15:45:39
El plano en los postres da un sabor delicioso y es rico en potasio.

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