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Banana Wellingtons

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Servings: Makes 4 banana wellingtons
"I am truly honored that Dolores Casella shared this recipe for "Banana Wellingtons" with me to place on my website. My first bread baking book I bought was her "World of Breads" cookbook in 1970, and it has always been my favorite. I hope by sharing this recipe with you, you may go out and find one of her cookbooks, and gain a great deal of knowledge and great recipes that are easy to follow and wonderful to make".....Diana Baker Woodall, DianasDesserts.com, November 2002

For the Wellingtons:
8 to 12 sheets of filo dough
4 bananas (ripe, but not too ripe)
3 cups chocolate chips, semisweet or white
1 1/2 cups salted pecans, chopped
1 cup (2 sticks/8 oz./226g) butter, melted

For Topping:
Whipped cream
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips, melted

Have all ingredients ready prior to removing the filo from the package.

Take two or three stacked sheets of filo dough and brush generously with melted butter. Place one banana on the dough, sprinkle with a handful of chocolate chips and about a 1/2 handful of pecans. Wrap the banana, chocolate chips and pecans up in a triangular shape and again, brush banana wellingtons generously with melted butter. Place on well greased baking pan and bake in a 400 degree F/200 degree C oven for about 15-20 minutes. Check often, you do not want to burn the filo! The filo should be a golden brown when removed.

Let wellingtons cool for 5 or 10 minutes and then drizzle wellingtons with melted chocolate chips and put a nice dollop of whipped cream on top of each wellington.


1) If you are familiar working with filo dough (phyllo, fillo, filo) then you know that once the package is opened, anything left over needs to be wrapped immediately, and very securely so that air does not enter the dough. Filo is a very thin middle eastern pastry that dries up very quickly!

2) You can freeze the uncooked wellingtons on a greased pan covered with saran wrap or other plastic wrap, in the freezer so that you can simply pop them in the oven after dinner too. Do not stack the wellingtons as they will not come apart graciously.

3) Again, it's a very simple dish to make. But be sure to wrap leftover filo dough right away. It takes only minutes to dry out and crumble.

Makes 4 banana wellingtons.

Recipe by: Dolores Casella

Source: Dolores Casella
Date: June 8, 2010

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