Bananes Confites Séchées

Dried Preserved Bananas

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Appears in

Recipes of all Nations

By Countess Morphy

Published 1935

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Bananes Confites Séchées. These preserved bananas are among the nicest products of the West Indies. The bananas are cut in half, lengthwise, and left to dry in the sun for about a fortnight. They are then put in a box lined with bayleaves, sprinkled with rum, covered with more bayleaves also moistened with rum, and the box is sealed. They will keep for a considerable time.