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  2. N'Dizi Na Kastad (Banana pudding)

 

DutchN'DIZI NA KASTAD (Banana pudding)

This N'Dizi Na Kastad (banana pudding) is a delicious dessert with a special taste. Simple and quick to prepare. The method used here gives a result similar to the pudding which is served in Zanzibar. Prepared by the Happy Chief Cook.

This N'Dizi Na Kastad (banana pudding) is a delicious dessert with a special taste.
Simple and quick to prepare.

The method used here gives a result similar to the pudding which is served in Zanzibar.

You can add pieces of pineapple to the banana.
Orange segments improve the color.

Zanzibar is an island on the east coast of Africa that is part of Tanzania.
Together with Mafia Island are they sometimes called the Spice Islands.
Garnish with cinnamon and cloves is very authentic and contributes to a delicious aroma.

Servings: 4.
Preparation time: 15 minutes + to be stiff in the refrigerator (at least 10 minutes).

Use big glasses.

Ingredients:

1 liter skimmed milk,
2 packets to 74 grams banana pudding powder,
2 bananas,
1 Minneola (hybrid of mandarin and orange),
0.5 teaspoon cinnamon powder,
0.25 teaspoon ground cloves,
pinch of freshly ground nutmeg,
60 g sugar,
2 tablespoons crushed peanuts.

Directions:

Cut the peel off of the Minneola, so that the membrane of the segments is gone.
Cut out the segments.

Peel the bananas and cut them into slices.

Beat the banana pudding powder well through the milk over one and a half minutes.

Divide the banana slices and wedges minneola in the glass.

Pour or scoop the banana pudding carefully in the glass.
Put the glass in the fridge so the banana pudding can harden (minimum 10 minutes).

Mix in a small bowl the crushed peanuts, sugar, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.

Sprinkle 1 heaping tablespoon of this mixture over the pudding in the glass.
Put, if you wish, whip cream on.

Enjoy!

Prepared by the Happy Chief Cook, added January 11, 2010.