5 Reviews

Yum!!! So good!! Made for Saucy Silverados and the ZWT 9 Tour!

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Charmie777 May 30, 2011

Mmmm, so good! I halved the recipe and so enjoyed the flavors! Thanks for a nice taste of the Caribbean! Made for the Epicurean Queens-ZWT 2009!
Update: I have now made it for the Africa part of ZWT 2011. It went great with Lentils and Rice With Caramelized Onions(Lentils and Rice with Caramalized Onion) and Sauteed Collard Greens(Sauteed Collard Greens).

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Sharon123 May 27, 2011

Served these by themselves as sort of a snack and they were good. Made as is and they were quick and easy. I think for my personal taste I will leave off the scallions and parsley, I prefer herbs mixed in, not on top. Will change the recipe flavor, but the plantains with the honey were great on their own as well! Made for 1-2-3-Hits March 2010.

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AZPARZYCH March 23, 2010

I loved, loved this quick and easy to make dish. The plantains were incredible served this way. Tender, flavorful and sweet. I served it with some rice and peas and jerk pork tenderloin. Next time I make these and I will be, often, I will try adding some hot red pepper flakes. Thanks so much for sharing this great dish. :)

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Baby Kato December 28, 2009

I fried the plantains in about 1/2 inch of olive oil, turning once until lightly browned, then drained on paper toweling. I poured out the oil and added 4 tbsp butter, 2 tbsp chopped scallions or green onions and cooked a minute or two. Then added 4 tbsp, or more (to taste) of the honey then poured over the plantains (I didn't use all of it) and garnished with parsley. After tasting I added a little freshly grated pepper. Delicious and different!

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threeovens June 02, 2009
Honey Glazed Plantains