I first met Kirrin in London when she was the star of the kitchen in helping me with my Cooking classes. I have to say she saved the day, as she organised, ran, and operated like a well oiled machine in diffiicult circumstances. A fellow Aussie, it was lovely to have her on board and then to find out she had a blog full of delicious Thermomix recipes made it even more terrific...so over a year later (just) here we are featuring her on this site. GO KIRRIN...thanks for this lovely recipe. I need more desserts like a hole in the head, (you would all know that by now), but this is certainly on THE list. (An imaginary must do, must make, must taste recipe list...that never shrinks...a lot like my hips really!)
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- 3-4 dates, coarsely chopped (optional)
- 60 Grams cream
- 100 Grams brown sugar
- 65 Grams Butter BUY
- 110 Grams SR flour (or gluten-free SR flour)
- 110 Grams Butter cubed BUY
- 110 Grams sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1 banana
Grease 6-8 ramekins.
Evenly distribute pieces of chopped dates into the bottom of the ramekins (you can leave these out or use sultanas).
Place remaining sauce ingredients into Thermomix bowl and cook 2.5 min/100ºC/speed 1.
Evenly distribute sauce into ramekins, pouring on top of the dates.
Without rinsing the Thermomix bowl, add all pudding ingredients. Blend 20 sec/speed 5.
Pour pudding mixture into ramekins over the sauce, and rinse out Thermomix bowl (it doesn’t need to be perfectly clean).
Cover each ramekin with a square of aluminium foil and place into the base of the Varoma.
Add 800 grams of water to the rinsed Thermomix bowl. Place Varoma into position and steam 30 min/Varoma/speed 3.5.
To serve, tip upside down into a bowl (they will be hot!) and the sauce will run down the pudding. If they’re a bit stubborn coming out run a small skewer around the inside. Serve with cream or ice-cream. Or, if you can bear the wait, leave them to sit in the Varoma whilst you whizz up some TM custard!