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Banoffi / Banoffee Pie
An open tart, of shortcrust pastry, filled with sliced bananas and caramelised condensed milk - the whole topped with whipped cream.
It was invented at The Hungry Monk Restaurant in East Sussex, during the early 1970's (where it was originally known as Banoffee Pie), but is now widely copied. See our Recipe Section
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