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Bananas singed in rum thick caramel
16 martiniquaises bananas
30 g of sugar
30 cl of milk
25 cl of cream
40 g grapes
4 pods of vanilla
gables of pine
15 cl of rum
syrup in thirty, so much for so much between water and sugar
2 small bananas per capita are almost needed. Once the butter begins quivering, install bananas in the frying pan to colour them, then burn. Add a little syrup to 30 degrees to ameliorate baking. Add grapes, pistachios and gables of pine. Prepare a caramel. Raise bananas in the plate, by not forgetting pistachios and grapes. Add a quenelle of ice to rum-grapes, pod of vanilla and cracking baby to end decoration.