Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Banana Chocolate Parfait


  Parfait is a French word literally meaning perfect commomly employed to describe a kind of frozen dessert , beginning in 1894. In France , parfait refers to a frozen dessert made from a base of sugar syrup , egg and cream.

In the united states , parfait refers to either the traditional French style dessert or to a popular variant, the American parfait , made by layering parfait cream , ice cream and flavored gelatin in a tall glass and topping the creation with the whipped cream , fresh or canned fruit.

Parfaits may also be made by using yogurt layered with nuts or fresh fruits .

  In this parfait I used hung curd and banana. As the curd is less fat than the cream , I used so.

  Banana are an excellent source of vitamin B6 , soluble fiber and contain moderate amount of vitamin C , manganese and potassium.


This dessert needs no cooking  , it is easy to make when the required ingredients are present. It will be with the flavor of chocolate and vanilla flavor.


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Requirement :

Banana – 2

Hung curd / Greek yogurt – 1 cup

Icing sugar – 4 tbs

Chopped pistachioas – 2 tbs

Cocoa powder -2 tbs

Condensed milk – ½ cup

Vanilla Essence - 2 drops

Glazed cherry


 

Method :






 

 Mix the cocoa powder with the condensed milk – chocolate sauce.

Chop the banana into round slices.

Mix the icing sugar with the curd and whisk well , add the vanilla essence – curd mixture.


In the serving bowl , arrange the banana slices , followed my curd mixture.  


Then a layer of chocolate sauce .


 Sprinkle the chopped pistachioas.


Repeat the layering twice or till the bowl is full.


 For the top layer , apply curd mixture.


Dust the cocoa powder on top.


Sprinkle the chopped pistachioas.

Garnish with the glazed cherry.


Refrigerate for 30 minutes and serve.

Banana chocolate parfait is ready to serve.

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16 comments:

  1. yummy parfait... that was quite some history out there... :)

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  2. Simply PERFECT.

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  3. Parfait looks delicious!! Over the top dessert.

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  4. Really tempting! Very easy to make.

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  5. Something very new to me... Hope to try it.

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  6. Nice explanation and yummy parfaits. Thx for linking.

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  7. Thanks for linking to the event..Parfait looks yum..

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