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Recipe for Boat ice cream        1. Magic Mango Madness   3 Mangoes   coconut milk (400 g tin) 1/2 can sweetened condensed milk pinch of nutmeg    blend all ingredients until fluffy.. put in

I don't fritter Bananas but I do slice them length wise and dip them in beer batter before a quick cook. Then if you feel real piggy dust them with Lime jelly crystals.

 

A mate did some one night and used peanut oil by mistake. Was surprisingly good but the flavour of peanuts was a bit too much, maybe thin it down with some Olive oil.

 

Which reminds me, where did I put that book on diets? :eh:

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Banana fritters are simple, usually they are going a bit ripe by day 4 so instead of chucking them grab the ripest one and mash it in a cup, mix with self raising flour, a pinch of salt and an egg. Make sure its really well beaten with a fork adding milk or milk powder with water until its a smooth paste, experience will dictate how thin or thick it needs to be. Pour  into a medium low heated fry pan using plenty of butter to fry them but dont burn the butter. Sprinkle with sugar and lemon.

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My missus makes scrambled banana for the kids. Egg yolk and a banana, the rest is the same as making scrambled eggs. Needs a low heat and constant stirring to not burn though, may not be such a problem if you don't have kids wrecking the place while trying to cook.

Not on the boat though, of course.

Can't have bananas on the boat.

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With allergic children I make gluten-free fritters - 3/4 cup of rice flour, 3/4 cup of corn flour, 1/2 cup of tapioca flour, a teaspoon of baking powder, 2 eggs, a cup (or is it two) of milk.  Mash two bananas with a fork and add to the mix. Fry in lots of oil at a medium heat until crispy golden brown.  Pour rum over the lot once finished (the kids aren't allergic to rum apparently)  

 

Hmmm, the younger child does rather like rum. Hmmm. Am I a bad parent? :-D

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