Introduction: Sweet Empty Fridge Pie
Empty fridge and empty table.
Have you ever got that need to cook something to prove yourself that "yeah, I can bake like that Masterchef pro"? This is what happened last weekend when I found an untouched premade pie crust lying in my fridge.
There was nothing but a piece of chocolate. Absolute void. No cheese or anything.
(You are right, I could have gone to the supermarket, but I was tired...)
Ingredients (AKA what I found in my kitchen)
- Premade pie crust
- 1 egg
- 1 banana
- 6 tablespoons of sugar
- 2 pieces of chocolate
- 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder
- 1 teaspoon of butter
Step 1: Bake It
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius
Put the premade pie crust in a greased baking tin and cut the rest of it into three pieces to create the pi symbol (I made six of them so I could try my decorating skills without having to worry)
Cover everything with aluminium foil and use some beans or biscuit cutters to prevent the crust from rising
Bake for 30-35 minutes
Spread some yolk on the cake
Bake for 5-10 minutes
Step 2: Sweeten It
Cut the banana into pieces and spread it on an aluminium foil
In a pan, pour enough water over the sugar to cover all of it
Heat and stir until the sugar melts and darkens
When it's brown/amber-colored pour it over the banana pieces
Let it cool (after some time you can put it in the fridge)
Step 3: Spread It
Choose a nice plate (everyone loves a nice plate!)
Whisk the egg white and add the cocoa powder (this would be a kind of bitter cream,due to my lack of ingredients)
Spread the cream over the crust
Step 4: Decorate It
Fold a sheet of aluminium foil into the shape of a cone to make a frosting piping bag (I had run out of baking paper...)
Melt the chocolate
Pour it into the frosting piping bag
Step 5: Finish It
Transfer the disk of banana and caramel on the crust
Put the decorations on top of it
EAT IT (or wait until somebody begs you for a piece of this sweetie-pie)
Ps: this was my first instructable!
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