You can sweeten your tea with it; make a lemonade out of it by just squeezing some lemon juice into you glass and adding a bit of the syrup and soda water; add it to your cocktail drinks; serve it as a hot sweet drink; make a milky bubble tea; add a couple of tablespoons to a stir fried meat dish or a marinade or pour over a warm just out of the oven butter cake!
The Whampoa IAEC has organised a series of cooking classes in honour of Singapore’s National Day on 9th August for Whampoa residents only. I will be conducting FOUR Free cooking classes on all the Saturdays in the month of August 2021.
To make this cake divine, use bananas that are very ripe – the ones that have brown flecks on the peel. Bananas contain tryptophan, an amino acid that helps your body produce serotonin, a natural substance that has a calming effect on the brain and can act as a gentle sedative. I used dark jaggery and used a fine grater to grate it. Go on try baking this cake.