CREOLE DELICACIES ,Dessert Sauce, Bananas Foster
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Bananas Foster Dessert Sauce is one of New Orleans' most famous desserts and makes for a very festive ending for your special evening. So quick and easy. Better get two packs because everyone will want more. Makes 4 servings.
Unit Size: 2.4 oz. (67.2g)
BANANAS FOSTER DESSERT SAUCE Mix contents of Cookin' Cajun Bananas Foster Dessert Seasoning Blend, 1 stick of butter or margarine and 1/4 cup water in a saucepan. Heat for 3 minutes. Add 2 to 4 (depending on size) bananas sliced lengthwise and heat for another 3-5 minutes until bananas are tender. Serve over vanilla ice cream.
OTHER USES Pour over pound cake, angel food cake, fresh fruit, or cheese cake. Serve over hot waffles with a dab of whip cream.
Why is it called Bananas Foster?
In 1951, Chef Paul created Bananas Foster. ... The scrumptious dessert was named for Richard Foster, who, as chairman, served with Owen on the New Orleans Crime Commission, a civic effort to clean up the French Quarter.
What is Foster sauce made of?
Bananas Foster is a warm sauce to be poured over sweet dishes and desserts. Bananas are caramelized with brown sugar and butter. With the warmth of cinnamon and the spice of rum, the sauce is elevated to another level.
Where did Bananas Foster originate?
Bananas Foster was invented at Brennan's Restaurant. "It was a huge product for the port," explains Ralph Brennan, owner of Brennan's, Bourbon Street's legendary restaurant. The dessert — bananas, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, rum, banana liqueur and vanilla ice cream — was invented there in 1951.
What does banana foster taste like?
Bananas are sautéedin butter and sugar and cinnamon and then bathed in rum, which is set aflame in a fiery burst. The fire burns off the alcohol in the rum, leaving just a smoky taste and rum flavor. This delicious concoction is usually created tableside to impress and then served over vanilla ice cream.
|Size||2.4 oz. (67.2g)|