December 19, 2005

Banoffee Pie

So that I don't lose it, I now reproduce Vera's recipe for Banoffee Pie.

Crushed biscuits (Half a large pack of plain chocolate digestives).
Melted butter. 100g.
Mix. Press into tin.

2×200g (? small tins) tins of Nestle Condensed Millk
2 bananas
Cream – whipped
Boil the cans in water (not pierced) for 2 hours. Always keep completely covered with water. Use and old saucepan.
Slice banana over base. Spread toffee on top. Add whipped cream.

Use 7 inch tin.
Feeds 8 people.

All hail Vera.

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  1. Juicy

    I really liked my Mum's banoffee pie that she made when you came back with me on Rememberance day. That really stuck to the roof of the mouth with gooey delightfulness. mmm, banoffee.

    04 Jan 2006, 12:29

  2. All hail Vera indeed! Her food has a hint of magic that is nigh on impossible to reproduce!

    25 Jan 2006, 13:51

  3. paul hopwood

    hi, i want to make a banoffee pie i’ve cheaked out a few recipes but i’m confussed about the condensted milk. the recipes i’ve looked at range from boiling it (out of the can) with suger to boiling the cans for 2,4,and 5 hours whats the best and how on earth does it turn to toffee? thank you paul (a novice cook)

    15 Aug 2006, 17:34

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