BANANA FLAVOURED SYRUP

Hey There. How have you been ? Here is the story behind today’s post “Banana Flavored Syrup”. So recently it so happened that I was to make pancakes for my little one’s tiffin. And I was out of stock of any sort of syrup or chocolate sauce. I said “Oh well, then let me make stuffed pancakes by adding my home made papaya jam as stuffing.” See mother’s are so handy and flexible to cook up a storm in minutes. But still I was not satisfied and wanted to give some kind of syrup of jam as sides. I again gave two minutes thought and came up with the idea to make a simple syrup. But the twist I introduced was to add some ripe chopped banana. I brought the whole thing to jammy consistency and it was just wow.

So when I added the pic in my Insta Story (btw if you are not already following me there you are missing on much), it got so many comments and questions. So decided lemme share this super simple recipe. Do try this Banana Flavored Syrup and let me know how it turned out for you.

Banana Flavored Syrup

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BANANA FLAVOURED SYRUP
This is a very simple recipe. Kids would love it since its sugary and has bananas. Though personally I don't prefer it much due to the amount of sugar involved. But it is far better than store bought one, correct? At least we know what goes in.
Banana Flavored Syrup
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
person
Ingredients
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
person
Ingredients
Banana Flavored Syrup
Instructions
  1. In a pan take sugar and water.
    Banana Flavored Syrup
  2. Let it come to a boil.
  3. Add cardamom powder or vanilla essence.
  4. Keep stirring till it comes to 1 string consistency. Basically 1 string means if you lift up your spatula it should form a string.
  5. Add finely sliced banana pieces and mix.
    Banana Flavored Syrup
  6. When the bananas have softened slightly mash the bananas.
  7. If you want jam consistency then keep stirring a little more. Else switch off the flame.
    Banana Flavored Syrup
  8. Serve with pancakes or rotis.

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