4 Reviews

Good day! I'vebeen eyeing this the past few days and I'm glad I finally made it. I simply mixed all ingredients upping it a bit by adding also a 1/2 tsp of allspice, a tbsp of rum, 1/4 tsp jamaican seasoning. I had excess thinning batter at the end of frying the plantain/pineapple mixture, so I threw in a few cherries too. Instead of using all brown sugar, half was cane sugar, half was brown sugar. I tried to make a sauce with it with sugar and 2 coconut milk but wouldn't suggest it. So I just ate it as is. So delicious and sweet. Would be making this again. Made for zwt5.

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Pneuma June 05, 2009

Thanks to Nif for introducing me to the new and exciting world of plantain! These fritters were fluffy, quick and best of all tasted lovely. I had to sub soy milk for the milk and egg replacer for the egg but the batter turned out fantastic! I will be using the batter in other dessert fritters for sure! Made for the Caribbean leg of ZWT5.

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KristinV May 31, 2009

I thought these were delicious. The flavorings were nice and different. I did add about a tbsp. of dark rum, for a bit of flavoring. These fried up quickly, and are best eaten warm. I made a 'sauce' of sour cream, lime juice and brown sugar; this was excellent drizzled on the fritters. I'll be making these again! Thanks for sharing, Nif. Made for ZWT 5.

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alligirl May 30, 2009

Oh yeah!! Nice & easy & delicous! The plantain gives it substance & the pineapple is sweet. I think I'll make more tomorrow. I used a 20oz can of sliced pineapple that I chopped up. 1c is about 1/2 the can. Thanks, Nif! Made for The Kitchen Witches ZWT5. :)

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Elmotoo May 27, 2009
Pineapple-Plantain Fritters