You know those times when you have a piece of fruit and you don't want it to go to waste? And you know those times when you are brave and put together some ingredients, thinking that they just might turn out good?
And then they turn out delicious!
But are really ugly, in the serving bowl?
Well, this is one of those recipes.
Bananas will be the end of me, I am sure of it. First, they come home a bit green, then they spend a couple of days in the fruit bowl becoming the most beautiful creamy yellow, yet a bit firm. And then before you know it, they are brown and soft and fragrant, but a little too ripe to eat as a piece of fruit on its own.
I had one of those kinds of bananas.
I was also in a creative mood and took a chance with the banana. I put it in a bowl. Added a bit of sugar and the juice from half a lime. Stirred it very well and folded in sour cream and thick slices of kiwi fruit. I took the first bite (as I always do when I come up with concoctions like this, because if the cook won't eat it, why would anyone else?!), and then I dished up.
Because it was that good.
|Kiwi Slices in a Banana Sour Cream Sauce, with Lime|
6-8 ripe kiwi, peeled and sliced thick-ish
1 very ripe large banana
3/4 c sour cream juice of 1/2 lime
1/4 c sugar
Mash banana well in the bottom of a large bowl, add sour cream, sugar and lime juice. Stir well. Fold in kiwi slices and refrigerate until serving time.
PS, it goes without saying that juice pack pineapple slices added with fewer kiwi slices would also be wonderful!
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