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Szechuan Cuisine RIP 1983 recipe help [Moved from Manhattan]

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don515 Apr 22, 2013 05:45 PM

Ok its worth a shot,

Resturant was on 32 east brodway. All the food was great if anyone out there that knows their banana fritters recipe. They would bring out the banana pieces and hot caramel with sesame seeds. Bananas were tossed in the caramel and then an ice water bath. That place was an all time favorite. I should have spent more time in the kitchen when I had the chance..

Thanks in Advance
keeping my fingers crossed

DC

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  1. Antilope RE: don515 Apr 23, 2013 01:46 PM

    Szechuan Toffee Bananas
    http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/toffee-app...

    http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/toffee-fru...

    Toffee Bananas
    http://www.food.com/recipe/toffee-ban...

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      don515 RE: Antilope Apr 24, 2013 04:22 AM

      Thanks Sooo much....

      I never would have thought of cooking the bananas as well

      Also forgot they did apples as well

      DC

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      rattango RE: don515 May 19, 2013 07:33 AM

      I loved that place! It was the first place I ever tried Sichuan food. Never had the bananas. Never had any room left when it was time for dessert.

      Loved the fried dumplings and the noodles in Peking Sauce.

      After all these years .. still miss it.

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        don515 RE: rattango May 21, 2013 09:31 AM

        Still miss it very very much. Used to about live there just wish I had spent more time in the Kitchen there! I've gotten close on the prawns and walnuts but not dead on. Fish in brown sauce and beef and scallops on sizzling plate. We moved to Cincinnati in 1987 and turns out Jade had opened a place in Canton Ohio. Ate there a couple of times but it did not last. Any chance you remember her last name.

        Thanks for the post....DC

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