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Grilled Banana with Coconut Cream Caramel

When I was studying, after school when I strayed on the road for some snacks and stationery collections, one smell always stopped me. It was a coconut caramel mixed with charcoal grilled banana that scented the street. I loved this delicious sweet, when I moved to India I made sure that I carried the recipe with me.

Yaseen was fed mashed Thai banana (Nam Wa) when he was a tiny baby. He grows up love eating this banana more than the regular banana. I also love that this banana is healthy and has a ton of vitamins. When we grilled this, he would be the one who detected the smell first.

Grilled Banana with Coconut Cream Caramel

Ingredients: (I can’t really count the serving, whatever I made vanished in a minute)

10 half ripe Nam Wa Banana (you can use the regular banana (half ripe, OK?), it’s good, too)

Bamboo skewers (soak in water for at lease 10 minutes)

Prepare the charcoal grill to a medium- high heat. Or preheat the oven at 380 degree F.

Peel and sliced Banana into 4 cm thickness.

Thread each slice on the skewer side way.

Grill them until golden brown, or bake for 7-10 minutes or until golden brown and cooked.

Once there’re cooked, place them on the clean surface and cover with clean kitchen towel and press them flat.

Keep aside!

Coconut Cream caramel

1 cup coconut cream

3 tbsp balm sugar

1/2 cup water

A pinch of salt

Add everything in a medium pot. Cook on medium low heat for 5 minutes or until sugar dissolve and the sauce become thick.

Generously pour this creamy caramel sauce over the grilled banana and enjoy!

We taught Yaseen coloring today. It was so fun and we get to make these illustrations for this recipe.

Have a Sweet Day,

13 comments to Grilled Banana with Coconut Cream Caramel

  • I love the illustrations! They are incredible!

  • looks deliciously good and sweet..yumm!

  • Kaz

    This recipe makes me so happy! I love bananas, I love coconut, and I love caramel! Thank you!

    Who’s the artist who drew those pictures? They’re beautiful! Somebody’s very talented. =)

  • Life in a Recipe

    You and Yaseen have done a great job with the illustrations. I just happened to have bought some bananas today, and I am so going to try this recipe tomorrow…my mouth is watering just thinking about!

  • I loved grilled banana, looks delicious Tes!

  • Tes, these illustrations are darling. You and Yaseen are truly artists!! I loved this post and as always, can’t wait to try the recipe for myself.

    Have a great sunday!

  • Love the illustrations. Love bananas and caramel. Great post.

  • sensiblecooking

    I must try this recipe. Really simple and sounds so tasty. It is much healthier then my other desserts too.

  • Misha

    This looks incredible, and I love the illustrations, what a neat idea to draw it out!

  • Caitlin

    What a fun recipe! The bananas sound delicious… i’m imagining the wonderful way the sugars in the fruit caramelize when you grill them now. And to top it all with caramel? YUM!

  • Sassy

    Oh my gosh I just found your blog and my hubby is going to love this! I call him my monkey man as he must eat at least 2 bananas each day (otherwise he’s very grumpy). Normally, when we are having a BBQ, I cut the stem and tail of the banana off but leave the rest of the skin on, then wrap it in aluminium foil and cook over coals until the banana is very soft (the skin turns black but keeps the banana very moist and soft). When fully cooked, we unwrap it, slice the banana almost in half, the pour over a splash of mango juice and a bit of grated creamed coconut. If it’s just adults, sometimes we omit the mango juice and instead add some Baileys liqueu, which works great too. So, as it’s not raining today here in Scotland and I have all the ingredients, I think I’ll make these for hubby this evening and make his day! Thanks for this. Your blog is so inspiring and I have made a list of new recipes to try, thank You!.

    • Tes

      Thank you 🙂 It’s so nice to read your comment. Banana is my favorite fruit in the world.Have you ever tried cooking it in coconut cream and sugar? It’s super yummy, too.

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