So good and so easy. Watch them because they will get burn very fast.
Thank you for the recipe ... Turned out very nicely ... I like the way these turned out much better than frying. Wonderful!
I love plantains - yellow ones, black ones, even green ones. So when I found this way of preparing maduros in a healthier manner I was just giddy with excitement. Prepared them this afternoon as a side for my lunch. They were beautiful to behold, a bright golden hue with some nice browning at the edges. One bite out of the pan and I was sold. Another bite... They never made it as a side as I was done with my single plantain before lunch was done cooking. Thanks Ang!
These came out nice and browned with a mild sweet flavor. I enjoyed these for a afternoon snack. Thanks! Made for ZWT4.
These were yummy, simple to make, and didn't make a big mess of my stove top. They tasted just the way plantains should. :) Thank you for posting, made for ZWT4.
Sometimes simplicity is best! These would be the perfect foil to a more elaborate Latin dish. Maybe as a garnish for paella? I do recommend that the plantains be allowed to blacken, and not to attempt using ordinary bananas as they are just not the same creatures. These are a little high in carbs which I try to avoid, but they do have a little fiber and just a few of these on the side as a sort of garnish would be perfect, since they have their own richness brought about from the browning/caramelizing. Made for ZWT4, team mate! Thanks for having such an easy but also "elegant in its simplicity" recipe for me to enjoy on the tour. ~Sue
I feel a bit funny giving a recipe with 1 ingredient 5 stars, but why not? Moreover, you don't get more healthful than this! High in fiber, vitamins A & C and no fat! This was the first time I ever bought plantains to make. A better side dish than mashed potatoes! I'd make this again, it's so easy! I only had to turn them them once. Thanks Angela!
We usually have this sweet bananas fried, and though it takes longer to cook than pan-fried it's much healthier! Thanks! Made for WZT4.
Low fat, yes. But there is definitely something to be said for preparing this dish in the traditional manner. If you are set on going low-fat, then you may like this recipe since it definitely is healthier than pan-fried. Thank you for posting, but we will be going back to the old school method for superior flavor.
These were fantastic---a full five stars for sure! I came across the recipe while looking for another one which uses plantains. I had never prepared them before, but they were SO easy to make in the oven, and absolutely delicious! I couldn't stop eating them straight from the pan and bought four more at the store yesterday. I will be making these often--quite possibly my new favorite snack!