- 100 GRAM FLOUR
- 100 GRAM BUTTER
- 100 GRAM SUGAR
- 2 EGGS
- 1 1/2 CUP CREAM
- 50 GRAM MACADAMIA NUTS, chopped
- 200 GRAM DARK CHOCOLATE, chopped
- 100 GRAM WHITE CHOCOLATE, chopped
Melt 100 gram dark chocolate with the butter, add
the flour, the eggs and the sugar and beat for 5 minutes with an electric
mixer. Stir in the nuts. Pour the batter in a rectangular cake tin and
bake 30 minutes at 165 degrees Celsius.
Take the cake out of the tin and allow it to cool down. Melt the white
chocolate with 3/4 cup of cream and put this in the fridge for one hour;
beat if with an electric mixer until it is like mousse. Put the cake
back in the tin and spread the white chocolate mousse on top. Put in
the fridge for one hour. Melt the rest of the dark chocolate with the
rest of the cream, let it cool a little. Cut the cake in pieces and
pour the chocolate sauce on top. Decorate with a piece of macadamia
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Bring the milk to the
boil and dissolve the sugar and vanilla sugar; add the coconut. Soak
the bread in this mixture for ten minutes. Butter a cake tin. Put one
layer of banana slices, then one layer of bread; repeat this once; add
another layer of banana to finish. Distribute the melted butter over
the top of the cake. Bake 45 minutes at 180 degrees
Bananas are one of the most consumed fruits in the
world, if not the most. They are popular in tropical countries as well
as in Europe and the USA. Which is understandable, because it is such
a convenient fruit: easy to peel, no pits, no problems, no chewing needed
(almost). Bananas contain a lot of potassium.
Bananas grow on something that looks like a tree, but is not; after
producing the banana, the plant will die and disappear entirely, and
a new plant will emerge, producing bananas again.