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sister herb

Official TTI Chef
Yesss...Thanks to sister herb for her offering "delicious" "delicious" recipes for us:holaaaaaa:
But i just wonder and waiting when some one will prepared those only for me. I'm not good in kitchen :p

Salam alaykum

May Allah soon sends to you this "someone" who prepares them all only to you. :SMILY259:


Junior Member
I would like to add a recipe from my side .. We call it banana milk.. Cut bananas into slice two bananas for a single person will be enough.. Then fry those round sliced banana into pure ghee until light brown in colour take them aside and on other pan put around two cups of milk to boil keep on boiling it until it reduce to half also add sugar in it while boiling then add the fried bananas and bring it to boil again let it simmer for a minute or two add chopped nuts and serve it hot or cold as led ur wish...

sister herb

Official TTI Chef
Honey Banana Syrup


What to do first is in a saucepan, combine 1/2 cup of honey, 1/4 cup of orange juice, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, and just a dash of salt and completely combine these together.

Next, mash 1 ripe banana with a fork and then stir the banana into the honey mixture. Then, heat the banana mixture and stir it gently until it is thoroughly heated and well blended.

Serve honey banana syrup warm and over waffles or pancakes. This recipe makes 1 1/4 cups of the syrup.


sister herb

Official TTI Chef
Frozen Dark Chocolate Banana Cups


Makes 12 banana cups


1 large ripe bananas (not banana-bread-ripe--just eating-ripe is perfect)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
16oz (2 cups) cups dark chocolate chips or bars, chopped
2 teaspoons coconut oil, divided

Equipment: muffin tin, paper or foil muffin liners


Place liners in 12 muffin tins. In a small bowl, mash the banana until smooth, then whisk in the vanilla with a fork. Set aside.

Place about half the chocolate in a bowl with one teaspoon of coconut. Microwave for 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until the chocolate is melted and smooth.

Use a spoon to pour a bit of chocolate in each muffin well, using the spoon to push it a bit up the sides. Place in refrigerator for 15 minutes or until set.

Once chilled and set, add a small dollop of the banana mash to each frozen well.

Add the rest of the chocolate and coconut oil to the bowl, and repeat melting process.

Top each of the cups with a few spoonfulls of the chocolate--note that you're not trying to fill the muffin tin--it should only cup up about 1/3 to 1/2 way.

Place in freezer for at least 2 hours, or until frozen.

Remove from muffin tin and store in an airtight container in freezer with a layer of wax paper in between.


sister herb

Official TTI Chef
Chocolate-mint and Banana Popsicles


For the Popsicles:
1 large banana (or 2 small bananas)
1 cup Greek yoghurt
½ cup full fat coconut cream *
2 tablespoons cacao powder
1 large handful of mint

Blend all ingredients until smooth. Pour into popsicle makers, pop in the sticks and place in the freezer overnight.

For Choc Top:
100g dark mint chocolate (or dark chocolate)
2 heaped teaspoons coconut oil/butter

Once the popsicles are frozen you are ready to get dipping!

Prepare a tray lined with baking paper that will fit into your freezer. To melt the chocolate, break up the bar into pieces and melt in a bowl with the coconut oil over a saucepan of lightly boiling water. Do not allow any water to hit the chocolate. Once melted I transferred the melted chocolate to a narrow jar that would allow me to quickly dip in the frozen popsicle tip (you could also pour the chocolate over the whole popsicle, knowing that you will have plenty of chocolate to do so). To remove the popsicles from the popsicle makers, run luke-warm (or even hot) water over the base for a few seconds to help ease them out. Then dip them very quickly into your chocolate. Once dipped the chocolate should freeze quickly. Place it on the lined tray and back into the freezer...or devour!


*Note: coconut cream: http://turntoislam.com/community/threads/coconut.96006/#post-613104

sister herb

Official TTI Chef
One-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream


Makes 2 servings, about 1 cup

What You Need


1 large ripe banana


Cutting board
Airtight, freezer-safe container
Small food processor


  1. Start with ripe bananas: They should be sweet and soft.
  2. Peel the bananas and cut them into coins: It doesn't matter what shape or size the pieces are in, as long as they are chopped up into evenly-sized and somewhat small pieces.
  3. Put the bananas in an airtight container: A freezer-safe glass bowl like this one is fine, or you can use a freezer bag.
  4. Freeze the banana pieces for at least 2 hours: Freeze for at least 2 hours, but ideally overnight.
  5. Blend the frozen banana pieces in a small food processor or powerful blender: Pulse the frozen banana pieces. We've found that a small food processor or chopper works best.
  6. Keep blending — the banana will look crumbly: At first the banana pieces will look crumbled or smashed. Scrape down the food processor.
  7. Keep blending — the banana will look gooey: Then it will look gooey, like banana mush. Scrape down the food processor.
  8. Keep blending — the banana will look like oatmeal: It will get smoother but still have chunks of banana in it. Scrape down the food processor.
  9. Watch the magic happen! Suddenly, as the last bits of banana smooth out, you'll see the mixture shift from blended banana to creamy, soft-serve ice cream texture. Blend for a few more seconds to aerate the ice cream. (If adding any mix-ins, like peanut butter or chocolate chips, this is the moment to do it.)
  10. Transfer to an airtight container and freeze until solid: You can eat the ice cream immediately, but it will be quite soft. You can also transfer it back into the airtight container and freeze it until solid, like traditional ice cream.

Recipe Notes

Food processor vs. blender:
We've found that a food processor works best for this, with enough room for the banana to get fully creamy and a little bit aerated. Some people do make it in a blender, but be careful; make sure your blender is powerful enough to process the frozen bananas.

Making a bigger batch:
Yes, you can make a bigger batch with more than one banana! Just make sure your food processor is big enough (and powerful enough).

Mix-In Ideas

While the one-ingredient aspect of this ice cream is a big part of its charm, we don't think that loses much when it becomes two or even three ingredient ice cream. Here are a few favorite mix-ins to make it even more awesome.

Spoonful of peanut butter
Drizzle of honey
Handful of chocolate chips
A few almonds
Dollop of Nutella
Scoop of cookie butter
Tablespoon of cocoa powder
Half a teaspoon of cinnamon, cardamom, or ginger