Sunday, November 24, 2013

Banana And Sweet Potato Crumble


While I take a break from updating my space, I am thankful to my fellow bloggers who were kind enough to accommodate my request of sharing their recipes. A big thank you to the guest post from Man Ridwan who blogs at riceandcoconut. I adore all his South East Asian inspired recipes. He has an amazing collection of recipes, also shared via his facebook page. So here's the intro to the tempting and delicious dessert from him:

First of all thanks for giving me the opportunity to a guest post for a second time on your blog. I am glad to share my dessert recipe with your readers.This time I made ​​a dessert of sweet potatoes, a dish inspired from Indonesian food - banana and sweet potato compote, using mostly the same ingredients and spices. I changed the cooking technique from simmer/boil to a baked dessert with granola crumbled topping.   

Ingredients: serve 4-6 peoples
2 sweet potatoes
2 banana plantains
2 cups coconut milk 
4 tablespoon palm sugar
1 tablespoon fresh grated ginger or ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon grated fresh nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground clove
1 tablespoon grated lemon zest/1 lemon
Pinch of salt 

For crumble topping 
2 cups banana nut granola cereal
4 tablespoon butter
3 fresh kaffir lime leaves
2 tablespoon palm sugar  
Directions:
Preheat oven on 350 F
Peel sweet potato and plantains, cut in cubes and transfer into baking dish.
In medium bowl, mix coconut milk with palm sugar, ginger, nutmeg, clove, salt and lemon zest and whisk to combine.
Pour into sweet potato mixture and set aside
Place granola cereal into food processor.
Cut butter in cubes, add kaffir lime leaves and palm sugar.
Pulse together, 4 times until all ingredients crumbles; not too soft.
Top sweet potato mixture with granola and spread evenly.
Bake for 60 minutes.

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30 comments:

  1. Such an easy & quikie dessert. Delicious.

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  2. The pic speaks volumes :) I can just see how yummy it is!!!

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  3. Such a unique combination! Palm sugar and spices are enough to tell me how lovely this will taste. Enjoy your break Nava!

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  4. Just mouthwatering...looks easy and delicious!

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  5. wow dessert!! it sure looks good!!!

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  6. Omg this is so awesome... hope I could be near your house to taste this....

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  7. I'm glad I can share this Asian dessert recipe with you and your readers, have a great time Nava :)

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  8. Looks simply too good, very tempting..

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  9. very tempting and mouth watering crumble.

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  10. Wow wonderful guest post by Man Ridwan, so quick and delicious....

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  11. Nice meeting you, Man Ridwan! That's such a lovely sweet treat!

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  12. Looks amazingly delicious. I need to try this one day.

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  13. Delicious looking dessert, simply superb.

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  14. What an incredible crumble, the bananas go wonderful with sweet potato :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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  15. A wonderful never heard before combination. Super easy and yummy baked dessert. Lovely guest post.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  16. I have only made crumble with fruits, adding sweet potato makes it all the more interesting. Thanks Man ridwan for the recipe.

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  17. Tempting and lovely dessert Man Ridwan.. Lovely guest post Nava :-)

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  18. delicious dessert n love the first click :-)

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  19. So interesting this crumble…sweet potato and plantain…and yes, love the spices in it….such a beautiful dessert Nava.
    Have a great week :D

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  20. Lovin sweet potato al the way....
    the crumbled topping made it better even more!

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  21. very interesting recipe...looks delicious !

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  22. Hi Nava, very unique recipe, it look extremely good. Love the combination. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Best regards.

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