Fried bananas are a popular dessert and snack food in Thailand and throughout Southeast-Asia. The dish is more often known as 'Goreng Pisang' in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and surrounding countries. It's difficult to make fried bananas as good as those sold by street food vendors in Thailand and elsewhere - that said, I've been working on this recipe for awhile now, and think it's pretty good. Even my picky step-kids loved them. So if you like fried bananas, be sure to give this recipe a go!
Homemade ice cream without an ice cream maker? That's right! This recipe for homemade coconut ice cream is fantastically delicious, simple to make, and doesn't involve a lot of stirring once you've put it in the freezer. Creamy, smooth, and deliciously coconutty, you'll fall in love with this homemade ice cream with just one lick. Also healthier than most store-bought ice cream. Perfect for a summertime treat, or for a welcome dessert anytime of year. ENJOY!
This healthy and exotic Thai fruit salad will be the hit of your party - especially when served in a pineapple "boat". Create your own assortment of tropical and local fruit - whatever is fresh and in season. Serve with ice cream, whipped cream, or on its own for a fresh fruit feast. Makes a terrific addition to a potluck, BBQ, or dinner party. Carving instructions for the pineapple are included with the recipe.
Try this fantastically easy recipe for Mango Sorbet! Quick and simple to make, and there's no stove involved. You'll need only a blender or food processor. This sorbet is creamier than most, halfway between sorbet and ice cream, but still light and airy. Makes a beautiful dessert to serve company. ENJOY!
This gourmet dessert is very tropical tasting, yet also light and healthy, which makes it an excellent dessert to serve after a heavy barbecue. Grilled Pineapple is naturally sweet and tasty, but add my Thai flavorings and dipping sauce, and you have an incredible taste sensation! Unlike most recipes for grilled pineapple, this one is made into what I call "pineapple pops", so it's easy to eat (like eating a Popsicle!). Makes a beautiful dessert to serve, and it's truly fanastic to eat!
This is an easy recipe for Coconut Banana Custard that is quickly whipped up with a blender, mixer, or food processor. The "flowering" effect comes with using banana leaves (if you don't have any, the dessert is also good plain). In Thailand, this dessert would be steamed, but I find baking it in the oven is just as good and less messy. A terrific way to use leftover bananas, and you can put this dessert together in less than 10 minutes.
If you're on the lookout for a healthy dessert, this is it! Low-fat, low-carb, low-sodium, and with a sugar substitute, this cake also offers valuable antioxidants in the form of Japanese green tea. Green tea is known to ward away cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, high cholesterol levels, cariovascular disease, plus help boost your immune system. This green tea cake is great for a potluck, dinner party, afternoon tea, or simply as an everyday treat.