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My husband made some pork eggrolls tonight for dinner. Although this post is also about eggrolls, it’s not the same ones that we just had.  It’s a dessert kind of eggroll. A banana and nutella kind, to be exact.

If you love fried bananas, you’ll go BA-NA-NAS for this one! A really simple, quick, and yummy dessert to be served (warm) alone or with vanilla ice cream.

BE96Usually, when I do food posts, it’s about showcasing the final result. This time is a little different. I wanted to show the process step by step and volunteered my husband to be my photographer. Lucky for me, he’s great at taking pictures!

BE2BE3Here I have three different varieties of bananas. I used baby bananas for this recipe. The key is that they should be fairly ripe.

BEOur kitchen is the brightest space in the house so lighting was just oh so perfect! Natural light, you are my BESTEST friend.

BE5You want to use the small square eggroll wrappers.

BE7Step 1. Lay one sheet of eggroll wrapper at a diagonal. Spread nutella across about 2 inches away from the diagonal edge closest to you.

BE6Step 2. Peel banana (peel as you go).

BE8Step 3. Place baby banana on top of nutella. Fold diagonal edge of wrapper over the banana and start rolling.

BE9Step 4. Pause midway.

BE91Step 5. Tuck in the two outer edges and continue to roll.

BE92Prepare egg wash (beaten egg) beforehand.

BE94Step 6. Brush the end corner with egg wash to help seal the eggroll.

BE93Make sure that the edge is well sealed. Lay the sealed edge side down  (opposite of pic above) until ready to be fried.

BE95Step 7. Once you are finished rolling the desired amount of eggrolls, deep fry until golden brown. Approx 5-7mins. Enjoy with some powder sugar dusting (and/or vanilla ice cream).

BE97How EASY was that?! A must try!

PS. I’m so bummed that the Falcons lost- too invested emotionally, not good! The more you love, the more you have to loose…


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