Total Time
30mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This was such a wild combination I just had to try it! And I'm glad I did. Anyone looking for something unusual? This is from the Hot & Spicy & Meatless cookbook, which also mentions that you can top this with parmesan cheese, though I haven't tried that. This gives pasta a spicy, tropical flavor that is fresh and delicious. Feel free to add some habanero sauce if it's not spicy enough for ya!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat oil in saucepan and saute onion and bell pepper on medium heat about 4 minutes or till almost tender.
  2. Add bananas and pineapple& orange juices, simmer 5 minutes till bananas are soft.
  3. Remove from heat and add lime juice, cilantro and habaneros.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Add this to the hot pasta and mix.
  6. Season with salt and pepper if you wish.

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

Yum! I ran out of cilantro earlier in the week so had to substitute some parsley but it still worked out well. Next time I may thicken up the juices with a bit of arrowroot as it is a shame to lose all that perfectly good fruit juice. My toddler also really enjoyed this and was not scared off by the habaneros at all.

Missy Wombat April 09, 2003

I ran into this recipe about 10 years ago and was about to post it when I did a recipe search and here it is. In my description, I wrote, don't let the name fool you; it's a LOT hotter than that! Don't you just love the way people react? "sounds wierd", "too hot!", "not sure I like it", but they keep eating it!

Gianni #23 May 22, 2012

This tastes pretty bad... It's not the spiciness that's the problem, it's the sweetness. Using orange juice as a sauce and then heating eat up with habaneros is not a good idea. The two flavors do not mix well. I had really high hopes for this dish too, but oh well.

rpgaymer August 06, 2012

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