I took a photo of my Sunday supper to use for my Silent Sunday post but after eating it I decided it would be a little unfair if I didn’t explain this delicious naughtiness.
So here it is some photos of a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich. Ok so it wouldn’t be good to eat this every day in fact I’ve had it maybe twice in the past year but as a one off on a cold autumn evening why not?
This sandwich was made famous by being a favourite food of Elvis Presley but I first discovered the recipe in a Nigella Lawson book (Nigella Bites) a few years ago.
A friend of mine tweeted that she was having a non fried boring old peanut butter and banana sandwich yesterday so it’s been kind of on my mind..
When I discovered a bag of bananas that were well … shall we say ripe in my kitchen tonight it seemed like a sign so I made these deliciously indulgent gooey delights to enjoy whilst avoiding X factor and watching Dexter! It was a perfect combo.
I won’t bore you with any more chatter when all you really want is the recipe so here you go: Nigella takes on the Elvis sarnie