I initially made this sauce over the BBQ for a dessert feature poured over vanilla ice cream. At that time, I literally just threw all of the ingredients into a tin foil pouch and then slapped it on the 'Q' for 5 minutes.
We all loved it so much that I adapted the recipe for 'indoor' festivities. Now I whip it up on the stove and serve it with our Viking Pancake recipe. Even better, add a bowl of freshly whipped cream to add a dollop of creamy goodness on top of the banana sauce.
In a large fry pan, over medium heat, melt 1/2 - 3/4 butter
Add 1 cup of brown sugar, bring the ingredients to a rolling boil.
I let it boil for about 2 minutes, it's important that it caramelizes.
Add 1/4 cup of Kahlua and let the alcohol boil off for about a minute.
Slice up bananas, 4-, and add them to the mixture.
PS> you can leave out the Kahlua if you want, it still tastes like heaven in a pan.
Now don't leave these on the stove for long, you really just want to coat the bananas in the caramel/Kahlua goodness. You want to make sure that the bananas stay slightly firm.
Then ... SLATHER on you Viking Pancakes ... and give out a mighty ARGH! Wait... that might be more for pirates ... well ... you know what I mean. If I put anything Icelandic here you won't understand it anyhow. Let's try "SKOL!" a term use din a variety of ways to be sure.
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