- In a wide bowl, whisk eggs, add the cream and pinch of salt.
- Spread the bread with peanut butter and arrange banana slices on it,
- Cover the banana layer with another slice of bread,add some chocolate chips if you are including it in the recipe, remove the crust around the bread and pinch the edges to sort of seal the sandwich.
- Deep the bread into the egg mixture, allow it to soak and place the other side in the egg mixture
- Put some butter in the non stick pan, heat it a bit and cook the sandwich on one side for about two minutes, cook the other side for another two minutes. Cut the sandwich in half, garnish with banana slices and some chocolate chips and maple syrup, dust some confectioners’ sugar on it.
I cant resist giving you a quick background on Ewedu Leaf before I discuss its preservation.
Ewedu leaf ,for those who dont kow it ,is the local name for the Genus Corchorus .
Different common names are used in different contexts, with the name "jute" applying to the fibre produced from the plant, 'Mallow-Leaves" for the leaves used as a vegetable. On a lighter note, a friend's 3year old daughter asked for the English name of Ewedu and her mum put it up on facebook,asking for answers.
she did get many hilarious answers (you'd understand this better if you are from an ewedu eating background) well, I suggested the english name "we-do"!
Corchorus has a mucilagin…