Food // Chocolate tart with fried banana slices

On Sunday night Margarita invited us to her place and she promised to cook her famous chicken with orange sauce and chocolate tart with friend banana slices for dessert. The chocolate tart was one of the best tarts I’ve ever tasted! It is a unique recipe that my friend Margarita has invented by mixing three other recipes. It is very easy to do but needs plenty of time. However, the chocolate and banana flavour at the end totally deserves the time spent. And when we finally gathered all together and it was dessert time, it was gone within 10 minutes!

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For this recipe you will need (serving 10 people):
3 bananas
1 condensed milk
1 packet of butter biscuits
120 gr of butter
1 small lemon
70 gr dark chocolate
150 gr milk chocolate
half cup double cream

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Start by boiling the condensed milk in it’s can for 2 hours. Refill the pan with water frequently.
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Smash up the biscuits and poor them into a ceramic tray.
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Put the dark chocolate pieces and the butter into the microwave until they melt.
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In the meantime slice the bananas…
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…and squeeze the lemon
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When the dark chocolate and butter are melt, mix them and poor over the biscuit layer.
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Mix and put into the fridge until stiffen up.
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In a pan add the lemon juice and a teaspoon of butter, allow it to heat and the fry the bananas
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In bain-marie let the milk chocolate pieces to melt and then poor it into a pan and add the double cream
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Add the boiled condensed milk (that is more like a cream than a milk now) and mix all together until they become a chocolate cream.
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Create layers of chocolate cream and banana slices
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Decorate with chocolate drops and have it in the fridge for an hour.

Enjoy!

Love,
Anastasia

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