FILLO CIGARS WITH BANANAS, GINGER AND ALMONDS

Bananas

For some strange reason I bought a lot of bananas a couple of days ago, I think I got seduced by the yellow colour and because they looked so good. They spoke to me and I responded. But they obviously have to be eaten and even though they eat bananas in my family, they never eat them when I buy many, only when I buy a few. It never fails so here I am with far too many bananas for my own good, well, was I should say because I made these little fillo cigars, easy to fix when you have sudden guests. For example.

My Mac is beeping now and then which means it could be a hard disc problem so if I disappear for a while, you know why!

Fillo Cigars With Bananas, Ginger and Almonds

Fillo Cigars With Bananas, Ginger and Almonds

FILLO CIGARS WITH BANANAS, GINGER AND ALMONDS
8 cigars

8 sheets fillo pastry sized 10 x 20 cm/3,9 x 7,9 in
2 bananas
30 blanched almonds, lightly toasted in the oven or in a skillet
1 piece of fresh ginger, finely chopped. How much is up to you
1-2 tbslp honey
1 pinch ground cardamom, optional

– Cut the bananas into small pieces and chop the almonds.
– Put them in a bowl and add ginger and honey, mix well.
– Put the fillo pastry rectangles on a flat surface, spoon 1,5-2 tblsp of banana mix in a string by one end and then roll it into a tube. Do this for all 8 of them.
– Put the tubes on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and bake in pre-heated oven (200°C/390°F) for approximately 10 minutes. If you want you can brush them with melted butter before the oven.

Fillo Cigars With Bananas, Ginger and Almonds

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