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  • 18 OVERRIPE BURRO BANANAS
  • 1½ CUP SUGAR
  • 1 CINNAMON STICK
  • 3 CLOVES

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IN DETAIL: This recipe uses up overripe fruits that otherwise would be discarded – that’s one of the qualities of this Brazilian dessert that started to be prepared during the sugar era (16th and 17th centuries). [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][Fancy_Facebook_Comments][/vc_column_text][nd_options_text nd_options_text_tag=”h3″ nd_options_text_weight=”bold” nd_options_text_family=”nd_options_first_font” nd_options_text=”OTHER RECIPES” nd_options_text_color=”#727475″ nd_options_text_font_size=”20″ nd_options_text_line_height=”20″][nd_options_spacer nd_options_height=”20″][nd_options_post_grid nd_options_layout=”layout-7″ nd_options_width=”nd_options_width_25_percentage nd_options_float_left” nd_options_qnt=”4″ nd_options_category_slug=”receitas”][/vc_column][/vc_row]