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October 23, 2013. Fried Sweet Plantains Recipe - Fried Plantains - American Food (http://americanfood.about.com/od/vegetarian/r/Fried -Sweet-Plantains-Recipe.htm) This fried sweet plantains recipe is so easy, and makes for a great change of pace, meat less meal. Fried, sweet plantains can be served on their own, or as
October 14, 2013. Fried Sweet Plantains - Recipes - ReadySetEat (http://www.readyseteat.com/recipes-Fried-Sweet-Plan tains-6799.html) A classic Caribbean side dish recipe made by simply frying very ripe plantain slices in canola oil.
October 16, 2013. Cuban fried sweet plantains recipe (platanos maduros) | Voxxi (http://voxxi.com/2012/12/02/cuban-fried-sweet-plant ains-recipe-platanos-maduros/) 2 Dec 2012 Fried sweet plantains are a mainstay at Cuban restaurants. Here's a Cuban fried sweet plantains recipe they way abuelita used to make.
October 25, 2013. Chef John's Fried Sweet Plantains Recipe - Allrecipes.com (http://allrecipes.com/recipe/chef-johns-fried-sweet -plantains/) Sliced sweet plantains fried to golden perfection: perfect with a squeeze of lime and a little salt!
October 15, 2013. 3pm Special: Platanos (Fried Sweet Plantains) |Clover Food Lab (http://www.cloverfoodlab.com/3pm-special-platanos-f ried-sweet-plantains/) 10 Apr 2013 IMG_6660. Spring is here, the sun is shining and temperatures are starting to rise, but it is a tough time of the year in New England. There still
October 19, 2013. The 99 Cent Chef: Fried Sweet Plantains & Tostones (http://the99centchef.blogspot.com/2011/04/fried-swe et-plantains-tostones.html) 21 Apr 2011 If you want a sweet Fried Plantain, buy it almost totally black. It is not rotten, just super sweet. If you get it yellow, you'll have to wait a few weeks
October 20, 2013. Fried Sweet Plantains Recipe - Food.com - 169450 (http://www.food.com/recipe/fried-sweet-plantains-16 9450) 24 May 2006 A popular way to eat these is to pan fry the sweet banana like slices until they are warm and tender. They are abundant all over the Caribbean
October 24, 2013. Fried Ripe Plantains Recipe - Latin Caribbean Food - About.com (http://latinfood.about.com/od/saladsdressings/r/fri ed-ripe-plantains.htm) Make Fried Ripe Plantains like they do in the Caribbean. This is an easy and quick recipe for sweet Fried Ripe Plantains.
October 26, 2013. Fried Plantains Recipe - Allrecipes.com (http://allrecipes.com/recipe/fried-plantains/) Heather's picture adequately demonstrates this recipe, the other picture is showing fried green plantains, they are different. Amarillos turn out sweet, not crunchy
October 22, 2013. Fried Sweet Plantains - Food & Wine Magazine (http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/fried-sweet-plan tains) To make these fried sweet plantains, pan fry the sweet banana like slices until they're warm and tender inside, caramelized and slightly crisp outside. To make
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Peki gracias por poner todas sus recetas, me encantan. Quisiera preguntar una preguanta. Mi Papa cocinaba unos platanos borachos pero el murio y jamas pode cojer la receta. Usted conoze los platanos borachos? Recuerdo que lo hacia en el orno pero es todo lo que recuerdo. Gracias... Ana Maria. Anita, los plátanos borrachos a que te refieres eran los `` Tentación´´ y en efecto, se hacen en horno. les decían borrachos popularmente porque llevan vino dulce. Con gusto haré la receta para tí, aunque te aclaro que tengo algunos ya listos y depende del editor la rapidez con que salgan. Muchas gracias por ser asidua nuestra y tranquila que la receta de papá saldrá pronto.Con todo corazon te lo agradesco muchisimo. Cuando mi Papa cocinaba you era pequena y nunca puse interes en sus platos, pero lo que se lo he aprendido poco a poco. Gracias a ti y este medio estoy aprendiendo mas. La otra noche hice los camarones suyos en el WOK con el pure de tomate y a mi esposo le encanto! Tambien hice los tamales, que rico! Muchisimas gracias!Querida Anita, ¡pero ne me digas que has hecho los tamales!...¡Eres una muy persistente cocinera. Yo no quise el video así, a tiro rápido, pero iba a durar mucho, además tuve quien los hiciera mis dedos ya ni pueden abrir ojales, un arete me cuesta siglos intentando, con decirte que hice los bombones y decidi no subirlos porque se veía cómo tenía torpeza al manipular los moldecitos, se me caían...¡lástima! Me quedaron buenos. Anita sigue con nosotros y cualquier curiosidad o duda, escribe.
October 17, 2013. Fried Sweet Plantains - Paleo Spirit (http://paleospirit.com/2011/fried-sweet-plantains/) 8 Sep 2011 Plantains are not a food I grew up eating in Texas. In fact, the first time I ate plantains was in a Cuban restaurant just a few years ago. But eating
Comments about this video: there is a recipe that is made from platain bananas you mash mix the plantains with sugar,nutmeg,allspice,cardamon-,cinnamon ,and ground clove.Then you mash sweet potato wit the same :brown sugar.allspice,nutmeg,cardamon ,cinnamon ground cloves and condensed or sweet milk..On a pie dish you put the first bottom layer of your mash platain mix making sure you cover it all with a fork.Once covered put in the sweet potatoe filling and then cover it with a layer of the plantain.Then bake.Yes real way to cook plantain i kinda get insulted when people that dont know what they are doing add all this stuff to plantain when its perfect by itself. they're still good if they're cut thin, they just cook faster. they get crisp like potato chips if you cut them really thinly. just put a little salt on them they're still good.You are correct. Many African cultures have different recipes that include plantains as well. Please let me know if you have any recipes for these wonderful dishes as i would really love to try them! Many thanks for watching! :-). God those look so good. Just bought some myself at the store. Look forward to cooking them! Thanks for the info.this looks delicious! isn't there a type of cheese people eat with them? I forgot the name, my aunt from colombia made it for me once. There is a local place that makes Salvadoran food, and they use some kind of yummy cream sauce with I think sour cream? I wish someone would please say what that is so I can look it up. I actually came here looking for that sauce recipe. Anyone know?It's probably Salvadoran crema, which is closer to creme fraiche. I'm not positive about how they do it in Central America, but in Caribbean Latin America, whenever we use a sauce for platanos we make whats called an "ajilimojili." If you search that term on google you should find some good recipes, they have savory and sweet versions of it.you are very welcomed Defy!!! I know how it is to settle in a new place I hope you try some of the other recipes as well as this one. Please let me know how it all turns out and if this video helped you... All my best... Vicky O.i moved to Indiana From Brooklyn, NY about 5 years ago and there are no Puerto Rican restaurants here! there is a Cuban Restaurant downtown but its a little expensive. Thanks For making this video!let them get really black... it might sound gross but sometimes they can start to grow white stuff on the black plantains, but the inside will still be good. The blacker and more ripe they are the more tender and sweet they should be :). Really, this should be the top comment. Plantains ripen far slower than bananas because they have less water content than bananas. As a result, the skin on a truly ripe plantain will be almost completely black as opposed to a banana's skin. If you want some really kick-ass, sweeter (and more caramelized) fried plantains, you really need to wait until its skin is black.
October 18, 2013. Sweet, Fried Plantains - Reading Is Fundamental (http://www.rif.org/us/literacy-resources/activities /sweet-fried-plantains.htm) A plantain is a tropical fruit that is a lot like a banana, only bigger. When fried, it is a delicious, Caribbean treat. Enjoy some sweet, fried plantains during your
Comments about this video: thats true for cheap non stick pans cause they're coated but professional grade pans have it in the alloy.I can't believe that I'm watching this xD here in my country (Dominican Republic) we export plantains for all over the world and I was shocked when I knew that in lot of places people just dump yellow plantains (yes, that's how they're called here translation to Spanish "Platano amarillo" no sweet plantains "platano dulce") and actually if you people didn't know, you can prepare desserts with it! it's really delicious! Woa. I eat these totally diffrent lmao. I saute them in melted butter on a pan, till they are the same color and texture as yours, then i drizzle on top some condensed milk. And sometimes i add nutella lol oh gosh i want some now. I have re-discovered "PLANTAINS" at my fortys in Belgium, Europe, after having some reluctance to the fruit! It seemed like an unappetiting kind of fruit, until a filipina friend of mine kept talking about "baloy" - or a sort of banana in the Philippines! This "baloy" is another sort of banana which is used for boiling, and I never really liked it as a child, until I rediscovered the taste, having to fry them with oil! Now, I can't live without it anymore - this "plantain"!As a Southerner, it hurts my ears to hear the poor food pronounced as a "plan-tane" with accent on the second syllable, even!!! Please, talk to a Jamaican, Cuban...anyone from a country where they are actually grown...or even a Brit! "Plan-ten," as in Mountain!! Sorry, had to get this off my chest.This is excellent. Love it. This is like the national dish of Venezuela, one of the most traditional things to eat there. Its called Pabellon con Barandas there, and it has many variations. Love it! Thanks Chef John! :D. in mexico they're called platano macho, which in english would be something like manly banana LOL. LOL, it looks almost like a 'cucur pisang' / 'cekodok' in our country (Malaysia)..but we didnt fry the sliced bananas just d way it is.we coat it with some regular batter using plain flour,water and a pinch of salt and sugar to taste, and deep fry it.some like to top it with grated parmesan cheese.n we usually serve it with hot-sauce dip or just normal chilli sauce, as one might prefer.it's crispy n delicious.u shud try to make one :). Chef John, THANK YOU for putting me on to plantains. I've made them several times since seeing this video, and I'm kind of obsessed with them now. Plus, my nutritionist friend tells me they're very good for you! Yes, thanks for the tip Chef John. Next time when my mom tells me to not play with my food, I'll say, " But Mom, Chef John told me to." Hehe...Look out mother. -w-. I don't think you can buy them in Poland :( Bananas are bananas are bananas, I don't know what variety they serve us in stores :P They probably don't know themselves. In mexico theyre sweet and delicious fried with some cream and cheese :9 also is an ingredient for some kinds of mole. Everyone in the Caribbean cuts their like this... I am Haitian, we fry them, take them out press it really hard about half a centimeter, refry it, take it out sprinkle on some sea salt and then we enjoy it. Other ways to prepare it is just to broil it in water and serve it up with a delicious broiled saucy spicy red snapper or cod dish.
Actually, the green ones are really good. I cut them to round slices then fry them and eat them with salt. And the yellow ones are equally as good with melted cheese. LOL all you people who think plantains and bananas are the same thing should try sinking your teeth into a plantain..especially one that isnt very ripe...i guarantee you will never been mistaken again.he said its a plantain. Go google it if you want the whole shebang of why they are different than bananas. They taste a little different than bananas. Bananas are soft and sweet. Plantains can be sweet but they are starchy, starchy as in like thick like a potato. well actually in some countries plantains are called bananas, but with other name (not the universally known banana). I personally think they're of the same family though. They might be called the same thing in some countries; but the point remains, they are not the same. Try peeling a plantain with your hands or eating one raw the same way you would with a banana. :D. Bananas and plantains are the same thing. There is generally no linguistic distinction between the two in areas both are consumed. Hey Chef John, Chef Holly here... I am so glad you said wait for the plantains to get Dark... I wait for mine to get Black b/f I fry them... Thanks so much for this one... I am so sick of ppl making unsweetened tasteless plantains b/c they just don't know to wait for them to turn Dark... Great job...I love fried plantains... my family comes from a tropical region and I grew up on them! Thanks for the video and spreading the word :). Chef john should try making an omelette with those fried plantains and add cheese on it... really nice... But Gordon Ramsay said "never turn your food more than once!"...I'm so at war with myself right now! Hmm.. I don't know why, but your voice reminds me of Chris from the Elevator Show. Yes, it was random. Take it as a compliment. :). Plantains Fritters are just superb! our Family likes to make Fritters using Plantains apart from banana fritters. Growing up in Trinidad my grandma and my mother used to make these as a side dish, so to speak, for stewed chicken dishes along with split pea rice and some cold and creamy coleslaw. We usually give them a light dusting of flour and brown sugar before frying. I have to say that was the least oil I have ever seen a plantain fried in. O.O. Chef John! Thanks so much for making this vid! I live in Panama, and this is a typical side dish. If its not there, it will be pretty much missing! We call them Tajadas, and we cut them just like you showed here :) We also cook them in honey and call them Platanos en Tentacion (Plantains in Temptation~) It was so nice to see this on your channel. rice and fried bananas?? in thailand we commonly have those but at least we NEVER have them together in a dish! Ugh...wonder why alton Brown didn't make a show about Plantains. But did he? have not seen all the episodes yet. mmm good!!! i love it!! you can try the green ones too is what we call in P.R. Tostones...sooooo Good!!
I just made this for lunch and WOW!! It was truly amazing and delicious, yet so simple to make. Thanks for the idea!! to be honest I've never eaten these, but the question is, can I use bananas instead of plantains??I'm dominican we eat this sweet plantains all the time ,but we do fry them with more oil, and we often eat it with fry salami, ooh and we also eat fry green plantains lovee itt. The white chocolate would overpower the flavor of the sweet plantain anyways. It's like putting ketchup on eggs. White chocolate is to sweet to add to a sweet plantain. You want to taste the balance between the flavors of the oil and the natural sugars of the plantain (sweet and salty goodness). What's the point of masking it?
Nope because the rice is not on point. The rice has to be just as flavorful as anything else you're serving. The rice is of up most importance if you want to truly get the full experience. Be as creative as you like but don't forget the spirit of the food you are preparing. One love.
The angled cut is how a lot of Peruvian cooks do it. Although they salt them and eat them like potato chips. (more savory).
I eat them with beans and creama :) it taste so good! :D I haven't had it in a long time though :(.
In India we fry them in clarified butter and sprinkle sugar at the end and let it caramelize for a minute. Yummy snack!
there are several varieties of bananas, plaintain is the name of this variety. There are also baby bananas and red bananas at most grocery stores.
Plantains and bananas do look very similar, but are very different in their tastes - plantains are a vegetable and are very starchy, while bananas are a fruit and much sweeter. I'm not sure about other countries, but in Indonesia, we specifically use plantains - bananas would not work as well and would not give you the same outcome. We do not eat them (called Pisang goreng in my country) with rice, but each to their own I suppose.
Although they look extremely similar, plantains and bananas are actually very different. They have different flavors and textures, and therefore are used in varying ways/recipes. Just because they look the same on the outside, does not mean that they are the same on the inside :] (Both are incredibly delicious, though!). NO you fail... they are not the same thing... they may come from the same faimly but are defiantly not the same.. u can not eat plantains when raw thus makin it not a banana u have to cook it... n bananas are sweeter than plantains so once again you fail.FAILURE i dnt care how many ppl agree with their little thumbs up u FAIL. go to africa n learn something coz obviously where ever u live is making u fail.Of course...but please remember the darker the plaintain the sweeter and softer it is. I should know from personal experience. : You could! You could fry it with sugar, wait 'till it caramelizes; or you could boil it with water and sugar until the liquid turns syrupy. You can eat it on its own, or use it as you please. That's what we do where I come from. =). I used to eat these things constantly. There was a great Mexican restaurant I would go to when I lived in South Florida and they'd serve these as a side with most of their dishes. Loved 'em, but never thought to make them myself. I just tried to fry one up myself and... I think I got it too under-ripe, 'cause it tasted completely like a potato. So... I have another one I'll let ripen a bit more before I try again.This is so brazilian with white rice and black beans! And here in Brazil we call these things bananas. :D. In Holland we call it a 'Bakbanaan.' Indonesian people make 'pisang goreng' or 'fried banana in a coating' with it. :). John you just have self contradicted yourself; if I remember correctly there is one video that you doing some chicken BBQ, and you said "Don't F*** with you food, only turn it once." Of course I'm paraphrasing. any recommendations for a black-bean alternative. i like the idea of putting something on rice, but HATE black beans.
try white beans or red beans or green beans. NOT BLUE BEANS though. Chef John used black beans because plaintains and black beans are both hallmarks of Cuban cuisine.
Wow! You have completely blown me away with this. I always knew how aware you are about international recipe but never expected this one. I am dominican and this is what we do as a side dish like the video. You are absolutely right about advices you give. I am going to send you a msg with recipes we do there in the caribbean that you might know. Take care and again! YOU ARE THE BEST! oh and I did those arepas and I tried putting like 2 tablespoons in the dough and they turned out so amazing!
October 21, 2013. How to Make Platanos Maduros (Sweet Fried Plantains) - Snapguide (http://snapguide.com/guides/make-platanos-maduros-s weet-fried-plantains/) Plantains have circled the globe they've journeyed from Asia to Africa to the Americas. This recipe is from Cuba and is a sweeter dish made from ripe plantains.
April 22, 2015. Cuban Rice and Beans with Fried Sweet Plantains | Ruby Red... (http://www.rubyredapron.com/cuban-rice-and-beans-wi th-fried-sweet-plantains/) Tostones are fried plantains and make a great appetizer or even side dish to any Mexican or Caribbean-themed dinner
April 23, 2015. Jamaican Fried Plantain Recipe | Sweet Jamaica | Quick... (http://www.sweetjamaica.co.uk/jamaican-fried-planta in-recipe/) This popular, easy and economical side dish an important part of most Latin meals. I hope you enjoy this recipe...
April 24, 2015. Sweet Fried Plantains Recipes | Divas Can Cook (http://divascancook.com/fried-plantains/) Jamaican Lifestyle Magazine Blog... Fried ripe (yellow) Plantain are a Caribbean favourite and they always go down well as an accompaniment, or side order to other...
April 25, 2015. Fried Plantains Recipe - Allrecipes.com (http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Fried-Plantains/) Here is an easy way to make sweet fried plantains using super ripe plantains. Cook in coconut oil until crisp. Tried and true sweet plantain recipe.
April 26, 2015. Sweet Fried Plantains Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food... (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kit chens/sweet-fried-plantains-recipe.html#!) Fried plantains are a traditional treat in many parts of the world. Try them once and you'll be hooked. Overly ripe plantains work best for this recipe.
May 14, 2015. How to Fry Ripe Plantains - Photo Tutorial (http://latinfood.about.com/od/pictoralhowtoarticles /tp/How-To-Fry-Ripe-Plantains.htm) Taste of Cuba will show you how to make fried plantains, plus hundreds of other tasty Cuban meals and drinks.
May 15, 2015. Fried Green Plantains Recipe | Epicurious.com (http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/fried- green-plantains-239951) For the tastiest sweet fried ripe plantains, follow this pictorial step-by-step instruction guide to frying ripe plantains.
May 16, 2015. Pan fried plantain chips - Instructables - DIY How To Make... (http://www.instructables.com/id/Pan-fried-plantain- chips/) Find the recipe for Fried Green Plantains and other vegetable recipes at Epicurious.com
May 17, 2015. Sweet Fried Plantains Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food... (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kit chens/sweet-fried-plantains-recipe.html) DISCLAIMER: The content on the blog The Sweet Plantain is for educational and informational purposes only, and is not intended as medical advice.
May 18, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables - DIY How To... (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Sweet Fried Plantains recipe from Food Network Kitchen.
May 19, 2015. Fried Plantains Recipe | Epicurious.com (http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/fried- plantains-10024) Step 1: Acquire plantains. Find some nice, hard, green plantains. Yellow or brownish plantains are far too sweet for this application; I'll put up another recipe for...
May 20, 2015. How do you make the sweet fried plantains (and not ones... (http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/276047) Pan Fired Plantains are like having dessert with dinner! They can be -and should be- served next to any Latin dinner!
May 21, 2015. How to Fry Plantains (with Pictures) - wikiHow (http://www.wikihow.com/Fry-Plantains) Find the recipe for Fried Plantains and other fruit recipes at Epicurious.com
June 18, 2015. How to Fry Plantains (with Pictures) - wikiHow (http://www.wikihow.com/Fry-Plantains) Step 1: Acquire plantains. Find some nice, hard, green plantains. Yellow or brownish plantains are far too sweet for this application; I'll put up another recipe for...
June 19, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) DISCLAIMER: The content on the blog The Sweet Plantain is for educational and informational purposes only, and is not intended as medical advice.
June 20, 2015. How to Fry Plantains (with Pictures) - wikiHow (http://www.wikihow.com/Fry-Plantains) Page 1 of How do you make the sweet fried plantains (and not ones that taste like potato chips)? - Ever been to a Cuban, Latin-American, or other kind of...
June 21, 2015. How to make Fried Sweet Plantains - Platanos Maduros... (http://www.icuban.com/food/platanos_maduros.html) Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Sweet Fried Plantains recipe from Food Network Kitchen.
July 30, 2015. Cuban Platanos Maduros recipe | How to Make Sweet Fried... (http://www.tasteofcuba.com/platanos-maduros-recipe. html) Sliced ripe plantains retain a sweet, creamy center and become caramelized around the edges when fried. This tasty side dish makes a good accompaniment to...
July 31, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Easy recipe for fried ripe plantains or platanos maduros fritos, a must-have side dish for so many Latin dishes.
August 1, 2015. Fried Plantains - The Savory Lotus (http://www.savorylotus.com/fried-plantains-2/) Sweet Fried Plantains with Cinnamon recipe is a delicious, warming bite. Cooked in ghee or coconut oil, they make the perfect Paleo snack.
August 2, 2015. Plantains recipe: How to make sweet, restaurant-style... (http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/03/06/plan tains_recipe_how_to_make_sweet_restaurant_style_pla tanos_maduros_at.html) http://www.MiriamBuhr.com Green Plantains that have turned yellow... Once the skin is yellow it has entered the fruit stage. When they are ripe, it can...
August 3, 2015. Fried ripe plantains - Platanos maduros fritos - Latin recipes (http://laylita.com/recipes/2008/01/06/fried-ripe-pl antains-or-platanos-fritos/) When I was a kid, my only exposure to plantains came when my dad thinly sliced and fried up a batch of green ones to make homemade plantain chips.
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August 5, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Sweet Fried Plantains with Cinnamon recipe is a delicious, warming bite. Cooked in ghee or coconut oil, they make the perfect Paleo snack.
August 6, 2015. Fried Plantains - The Savory Lotus (http://www.savorylotus.com/fried-plantains-2/) Platanos Maduros recipe - How to Make Cuban Ripe Fried Plantains. The plantain is a staple of Cuban cooking, and there are a number of ways to prepare it.
August 7, 2015. Cooking plantain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantain) http://www.MiriamBuhr.com Green Plantains that have turned yellow... Once the skin is yellow it has entered the fruit stage. When they are ripe, it can...
August 31, 2015. Healthy Fried Plantain Recipe - No Meat Athlete (http://www.nomeatathlete.com/healthy-fried-plantain s/) Ingredients. 2 ripe plantains La Lechera sweetened condensed milk, to your liking, or honey, sugar, ice cream or rompope. To Prepare. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
September 1, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Easy recipe for fried ripe plantains or platanos maduros fritos, a must-have side dish for so many Latin dishes.
September 2, 2015. Three tasty ways to eat ripe plantains : Pati's Mexican Table (http://patismexicantable.com/2009/07/three_ways_to_ eat_ripe_plantains/) Trying to use up more of my pantry before I go on my big trip, and I was staring at the bottom of a bag of coconut flour and a ripe plantain so I decided t
September 3, 2015. Oven Baked Sweet Plantains Recipe - Food.com (http://www.food.com/recipe/oven-baked-sweet-plantai ns-80130) Ingredients. 2 ripe plantains La Lechera sweetened condensed milk, to your liking, or honey, sugar, ice cream or rompope. To Prepare. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
September 4, 2015. Healthy Fried Plantain Recipe - No Meat Athlete (http://www.nomeatathlete.com/healthy-fried-plantain s/) When I was a kid, my only exposure to plantains came when my dad thinly sliced and fried up a batch of green ones to make homemade plantain chips.
September 5, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Platanos Maduros recipe - How to Make Cuban Ripe Fried Plantains. The plantain is a staple of Cuban cooking, and there are a number of ways to prepare it.
October 23, 2015. Fried Plantains (Tostones!) - Hilah Cooking (http://hilahcooking.com/fried-plantains-tostones/) MMMM! I love plantains, especially sweet ones. This is a lower fat method of making maduros without the use of oil and frying in a pan.
October 24, 2015. Cooking plantain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantain) Easy recipe for fried ripe plantains or platanos maduros fritos, a must-have side dish for so many Latin dishes.
October 25, 2015. 3 Ways to Cook Plantains - wikiHow (http://www.wikihow.com/Cook-Plantains) Cut peeled green plantains into 1 inch thick pieces and place in salted water
October 26, 2015. How to Cook With Plantains (with Pictures) | eHow (http://www.ehow.com/how_2104862_cook-plantains.html) How to Cook Plantains. Plantains are closely related to bananas and, in essence, are of similar taste and firmer texture. They are usually cooked. Cooked plantains...
October 27, 2015. Fried Plantains (Tostones!) - Hilah Cooking (http://hilahcooking.com/fried-plantains-tostones/) Easy recipe for fried ripe plantains or platanos maduros fritos, a must-have side dish for so many Latin dishes.
October 28, 2015. Cooking plantain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantain) Make Fried Ripe Plantains like they do in the Caribbean. This is an easy and quick recipe for sweet Fried Ripe Plantains.
October 29, 2015. Tostones (Fried Plantains) - Instructables (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Platanos Maduros recipe - How to Make Cuban Ripe Fried Plantains. The plantain is a staple of Cuban cooking, and there are a number of ways to prepare it.
October 30, 2015. Fried Plantains Recipe - Allrecipes.com (http://allrecipes.com/recipe/22308/fried-plantains/) Chef Remy shows how to peel, wedge cut, and pan fry a ripened, sweet, plantain or banana. Called "Maduros", these treats make a great snack or side dish...
November 29, 2015. Fried Sweet Plantains - Recipe - Cooks.com (http://www.cooks.com/recipe/p86m8s6/fried-sweet-pla ntains.html) How to Make Sweet Plantains (Platanos). A Puerto Rican staple is "platanos" which are fried cooking bananas. It's a great authentic touch to a typical hispanic meal!
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December 2, 2015. Fried Sweet Plantains : Recipes : Cooking Channel (http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/emeril-laga sse/fried-sweet-plantains.html) Nom!! It's hard to not like sweet plantains. If you're not familiar with plantains, they're like a heartier version of bananas - they're usually a bit bigg
December 3, 2015. Cooking plantain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooking_plantain) Fried Sweet Plantains are a classic Caribbean side dish recipe that only takes 20 minutes to make! | See more about Side Dish Recipes, Sweets and Caribbean.
December 4, 2015. Pan Fried Plantains - The Novice Chef (http://www.thenovicechefblog.com/2012/01/pan-fried- plantains/) Yellow plantains are softer and starchy, but sweet. Extremely ripe plantains have softer... Fried plantains are covered in an onion-tomato sauce...
December 5, 2015. Sweet Plantains Recipe - Food.com (http://www.food.com/recipe/sweet-plantains-168548) When I was a kid, my only exposure to plantains came when my dad thinly sliced and fried up a batch of green ones to make homemade plantain chips. They wer
March 30, 2016. Fried Plantains Recipe | MyRecipes.com (http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/fried-plantains) Pan Fried Plantains are perfectly sweet, caramelized along the outside, and deliciously warm on the inside. They are so simple to make...
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April 1, 2016. Cooking plantain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plaintain) Fried plantain is a dish cooked wherever plantains grow, from Central America through West Africa to East Africa, and in many parts of Southeast Asia such as...
April 2, 2016. How do you make the sweet fried plantains (and... - Chowhound (http://www.chowhound.com/post/sweet-fried-plantains -taste-potato-chips-276047) When I was a kid, my only exposure to plantains came when my dad thinly sliced and fried up a batch of green ones to make homemade plantain chips.
April 3, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains - Paleo Flourish Magazine (http://paleomagazine.com/fried-sweet-plantains/) Cooking plantain Plantain; Plantains... Fried plantains are covered in an onion-tomato... and is made of sweet plantain forming a ring stuffed with seasoned meat or...
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April 5, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains - Platanos Maduros - Simple, Easy-to... (http://icuban.com/food/platanos_maduros.html) To make these fried sweet plantains, pan-fry the sweet banana-like slices until they're warm and tender inside, caramelized and slightly crisp outside.
April 6, 2016. Pan Fried Sweet Plantains Recipe | Yummly (http://www.yummly.com/recipe/Pan-Fried-Sweet-Planta ins-1575864) Make Fried Ripe Plantains like they do in the Caribbean. This is an easy and quick recipe for sweet Fried Ripe Plantains.
April 7, 2016. Chef John's Fried Sweet Plantains Recipe - Allrecipes.com (http://allrecipes.com/recipe/222314/chef-johns-frie d-sweet-plantains/) Quick demo of one of my favourite food items in this wonderful world lol!!!!! Give me plantains done anyway, anytime and I'm a happy gal, best is fried...
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July 6, 2016. Mucho Gusto - Platanos Maduros Frito (http://www.muchogusto.com/index.php?page=platanos-m aduros-frito-fried-sweet-plantains) Pan Fried Plantains are perfectly sweet, caramelized along the outside, and deliciously warm on the inside. They are so simple to make...
July 7, 2016. Sweet Plantain Fritters recipe | Epicurious.com (http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/sweet- plantain-fritters-230483) How to Fry Plantains. Fried plantains are a delicious side dish or dessert traditional to many Latin American countries. Fried green plantains - tostones - are crispy...
July 8, 2016. 10 Best Sweet Fried Plantains Recipes | Yummly (http://www.yummly.com/recipes/sweet-fried-plantains) This popular, easy and economical side dish an important part of most Latin meals. I hope you enjoy this recipe
July 9, 2016. FRIED SWEET PLANTAINS (PLANTANOS MADUROS) - Food Network (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tyler-florence/f ried-sweet-plantains-plantanos-maduros-recipe.html) These are how plantains are served in my house. You can also sprinkle with pepper if you want. Ripe plantains have a little give when squeezed and are starting to or...
July 10, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains Platanos Maduros Fritos) Recipe... (http://www.food.com/recipe/fried-sweet-plantains-pl atanos-maduros-fritos-79727) Sliced sweet plantains fried to golden perfection: perfect with a squeeze of lime and a little salt!
September 26, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains (Maduros) (http://www.thesweetplantain.com/fried-sweet-plantai ns-maduros/) Fried Plantains. Gourmet... transferring as fried with a skimmer or slotted spoon... of brown sugar to carmelize at the end of cooking for yummie sweet plantains.
September 27, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains - BigOven (http://www.bigoven.com/recipe/fried-sweet-plantains /87666) Fried sweet plantains recipe (maduros). Easy to make, delicious Latin side dish.
September 28, 2016. 10 Best Plantain Recipes | Yummly (http://www.yummly.com/recipes/plantain) The fried plantain chips are then stuffed carefully into a special conically shaped woven... and is made of sweet plantain forming a ring stuffed with seasoned...
September 29, 2016. How to Fry Plantains (with Pictures) - wikiHow (http://www.wikihow.com/Fry-Plantains) This popular, easy and economical side dish an important part of most Latin meals. I hope you enjoy this recipe
November 30, 2016. Fried Plantain - GrabEm Snacks (http://grabemsnacks.com/what-is-a-plantain.html) Authentic food from the Dominican Republic, recipes and ingredients that are typical from the Dominican Republic food, Goya products Platanos and bizcocho, mangu and...
December 1, 2016. Plantains, Two Ways - A Cozy Kitchen (http://acozykitchen.com/plantains-two-ways/) The Story Of Plantains. Those Plantains on your table have quite a history. Though not a staple in the northern hemisphere,they're are a huge part of almost every...
December 2, 2016. Dominican Republic Food, typical recipes, avocado... (http://www.welcome-dominican-republic.com/Dominican -Republic-Food.html) MMMM! I love plantains, especially sweet ones. This is a lower fat method of making maduros without the use of oil and frying in a pan.
December 3, 2016. Plantains nutrition facts and health benefits (http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/plantains.html) Authentic food from the Dominican Republic, recipes and ingredients that are typical from the Dominican Republic food, Goya products Platanos and bizcocho, mangu and...
December 4, 2016. Fried Plantain - GrabEm Snacks (http://grabemsnacks.com/what-is-a-plantain.html) The Story Of Plantains. Those Plantains on your table have quite a history. Though not a staple in the northern hemisphere,they're are a huge part of almost every...
December 5, 2016. Fried plantains with cheese - Latin Comfort Food - Laylita... (http://laylita.com/recipes/2013/06/12/fried-plantai ns-with-cheese/) Make Fried Ripe Plantains like they do in the Caribbean. This is an easy and quick recipe for sweet Fried Ripe Plantains. Also learn how to buy plantains.
December 6, 2016. Fried Plantains (Tostones!) - Hilah Cooking (http://hilahcooking.com/fried-plantains-tostones/) How to Cook Plantains. Plantains are closely related to bananas and, in essence, are of similar taste and firmer texture. They are usually cooked. Cooked plantains...
December 7, 2016. Tostones (Fried Plantains) (http://www.instructables.com/id/Tostones-Fried-Plan tains/) Tostones are fried plantains and make a great appetizer or even side dish to any Mexican or Caribbean-themed dinner
December 8, 2016. Fried Plantains with Sweet Heat Recipe : Food Network (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/fried-plantains- with-sweet-heat-recipe.html#!) Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Sweet Fried Plantains recipe from Food Network Kitchen.
December 9, 2016. Fried Sweet Plantains - Platanos Maduros - Simple, Easy-to... (https://icuban.com/food/platanos_maduros.html) Sliced sweet plantains fried to golden perfection: perfect with a squeeze of lime and a little salt!
Comments about this video: I love your recipe videos. I'm going to try these out tomorrow! Thanks so much for posting your vids :). In this recipe I used a ripe plantain. I normally fry maduros but not bananas. You can certainly cook the bananas with a little bit of water or butter. The sugars from the banana will blend with water or butter. Then as water evaporates or butter melts and mixes with bananas the sugar caramelizes. It tastes great too. There is a dessert that calls for bananas where you fry with butter...called Banana Flambe. Thank you so much! I've been having trouble making them, I guess my problem was that they weren't ripe enough. They would never come out sweet! I can't wait to have some plantains on my bbq chicken wrap. :). Cool! Maduros and BBQ chicken go so well...sweetness of maduros and tangy taste of sauce...delicious :). I love to eat these all the time!! I never knew how to make them so I bought them. Now that I saw this video I might just try it. The one's I eat look softer is it because they could be bakes instead of fried? How is it that they are so sweet? Do you add sugar to them? Thanks.
Hi mardel3! How great that you're going to try to make maduros. Some look softer than others because of the stage of ripeness. Also there is no need to add sugar. Traditional Puerto Rican recipes does not include sugar. I know if you make bananas that some people add sugar to it. Not required for 'maduros / amarillos." Thanks for watching! I wonder if they are actually ripe bananas. Different than 'maduros.'. You can bake or cook bananas with a little bit of water. Now the really ripe plantain (maduro...yellow skin with black spots) after cooking will have a softer texture too. The natural sugars in the banana & 'maduros' caramelize & it gives them a softer texture & sweet taste. When I make maduros I don't add sugar because it's a side dish...there is a dessert called banana flambe that you add sugar..it's yummy:). So cool! I just didn't poke around enough :) I love maduros and so do my kids. You should see my 10 month old eating them...lol. Thanks Lidia! I can imagine your baby eating with joy the amarillos / maduros:) He's such a cutie pie! i just made these at culinary school, i'm mexican so its not something thats made at my house, although my sister-in-law is puerto rican and she's stoked that i'm making these this weekend. they are amazing and much better than potato chips. by the way great job on making the platanos.
...I agree. If I had to choose, hands down...maduros or platanos instead of potato chips! Thank you for the thumbs up...wow so I can mingle with your culinary school buddies?!! :) I like that! I'll be trying this tomorrow at noon. I didn't see any green plantains at the grocery store to try making tostones. yes...sometimes you have to be on the lookout for this vegetable. It's great that you're trying out this recipe.
Thank you do much for this vid. I have a puerto rican 'friend' and I'm trying to impress him LOL. so yeah. Im not puerto rican so Im changing my eating culture for his. well... 50/50 Thanks again I subcribed also!