recipe for Banana Bags has been reproduced courtesy
who or what is Qbag?
Qbag provides the ideal solution for healthy and convenient
cooking. It allows you to cook a wide range of dishes
in the traditional en papillote style in a conventional
oven and on a BBQ.
Barbecue cooking is a favourite pastime, but cooking
different foods on a BBQ side by side (such as burgers,
sausages, chicken, vegetables, fish and fruit) can be
a problem. Qbag is the ideal solution as the aluminium
foil cooking bags are able to withstand the direct heat
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recipes next to each other without the transfer of flavours.
Qbag is perfect for the gourmet cook, vegetarian / vegan,
those with a caravan or people who enjoy camping.
Qbag locks in the flavours of your favourite food by
retaining its moisture and succulence whilst cooking
on a BBQ or in a conventional oven. The window, which
also helps your food breathe, lets you keep an eye on
the dish whilst it's cooking and you can peel it back
to add ingredients, stir or even have a quick taste.
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for Banana Bags
1 Orange (squeezed)
1 Dessertspoon of soft brown sugar
to make Banana Bags
the bananas and cut in half lengthways.
in the Qbag, pour in the orange juice, then sprinkle
the brown sugar over the bananas.
the Qbag by folding twice.
in the oven for 10 minutess at 200ºC / Gas mark
6 or on the BBQ for 2 minutess at hot temperature.
Prepare and cook just before serving.
cooking in a conventional oven always place Qbag on
a baking tray.
cooked, the Qbag can be used as a serving vessel,
just peel away the window and eat from the Qbag. Please
make sure the Qbag is taken off the BBQ / out of the
oven before removing the window.
with ice cream or custard.
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