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Post by Adrian on 28th September 2012, 3:54 pm

Just saw this posted on Facebook and thought you guys may enjoy it too

4-5 very ripe bananas mashed
4oz butter
8oz sugar
grated/rind and juice of lemon
4 eggs

Melt butter in heavy pan (le cruset or similar ideal)
add mashed nanas, sugar and rind n juice of the lemon
Cook for 10 mins over low heat
Beat eggs in a bowl and add 3 tblspns of nana mixture and stir well.
Add eggy mixture to pan
Heat over low heat stiring ALL the time until thick

DO NOT BOIL

put in sterilised jars.....will keep 1 month unopened in cool cupboard and longer in [/b]fridge....

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Post by Dandelion on 28th September 2012, 9:51 pm

I can remember my great aunt buying banana jam when I was little - you don't see it much now (in fact I can't remember seeing it for years...) Your recipe sounds as if it would be good to make puddings with, Adrian.

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Post by Adrian on 29th September 2012, 12:41 am

I thought it would be nice on top of a steamed sponge

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Post by polgara on 29th September 2012, 11:06 am

I made some banan jam once, but decided mashed bananas was quicker Laughing

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