Banana Caramel Pie
(Shared recipe submitted by Rania H. Gouda.)
Makes one pie
Rania writes: "I have a very nice dessert recipe to share with you. It is very tasty."
Note: Rania is from Egypt and her recipe uses metric measurements. See below for conversions. This pie is the same as the popular English pie called Banofee.
- 3 packs (about 100 grams each) of low sugar biscuits
- 200 grams pack of margarine (can use butter)
- 3 to 5 bananas sliced
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- Whipped cream
- Crushed chocolate for garnish
Place the unopened can of milk in a pot filled with water and put on heat for 3 hours; add water to pot when needed. After the 3 hours the milk will turn to tasty caramel.
Crush the biscuits. Combine well with the melted margarine. Press in a pie pan. Place the sliced bananas on the bottom of the crust, then pour the milk caramel over them. Top with the whipped cream and garnish with the chocolate. Chill until serving.
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Conversions: Rania says the biscuits she uses are like a vanilla cookie, so vanilla wafers can be substituted. Three hundred grams of biscuits equals about 21 ounces or about 1-1/4 pounds. Two hundred grams of margarine or butter equals about 7 ounces or 14 tablespoons.
About Rania: It is always exciting to share recipes with visitors from other countries. Rania lives in Alexandria, Egypt, and plans one day to start her own business in the field of cooking. Her e-mail address is email@example.com.