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Author Notes: This riff on Bananas Foster is sweet and a bit savory. Served warm over ice cream or just alone in a little cup – heaven! Created this one night when craving something sweet, but not overwhelmingly so. If you want to get fancy you can drizzle a bit more Grand Marnier or brandy over top, at end of cooking & flambé it. Also, its easy to make ahead and then heat up on the stove when ready serve. —coffeefoodwrite
ounces blackberries (organic if you can)
large banana (sliced in rounds)
tablespoons Grand Marnier
tablespoons red wine
tablespoons salted butter
teaspoon salt (I used Maldon)
tablespoons raw sugar
- Melt butter over medium-high heat.
- Add fruit, sugar and salt and saute for about 2 minutes.
- Add red wine and saute for about 2-3 more minutes or until reduces down and caramelizes a bit.
- Add Grand Marnier and reduce down again about 2 minutes more. At this point you can serve over ice cream or just plain in a little cup. But if you want to get fancy, you can drizzle more Grand Marnier on top and serve flaming into bowls filled with ice cream.
- Just a note: You can make this ahead and store it in the fridge until ready to serve. Just heat and serve. Or heat and flame and ladle.