Egyptian Mowz bil-Laban-Banana with Milk or guava
Here’s something you might not have known: the name banana is derived from Arabic Banan Al-Mowz, since bananas were not known in Europe until they were introduced by the Muslims. Banan means fingers in Arabic. The Portuguese introduced Banana plantations to South America during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Making banana or guava with milk is relatively the same process, only with guava you have to strain out all the seeds.
How to Make Egyptian Mowz bil-Laban-Banana with Milk or guava
- 1Peel the bananas, cut them, and then place in a blender.
- 2Add the milk, honey, and water.
- 3Blend. Pour. Serve chilled.
- 4To make the Guava with Milk, just replace the bananas with the guava, and don’t forget to strain once done blending. For a spin on that, add both bananas and guavas at the same time, increase the amount of milk and waterl.