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Very tasty. Followed recipe exactly.
Love it! I was in Progresso, Mexico last month and ordered fried plantains, took one bite and knew that I had to make this at home. This recipe is very close. Next time I'm going to add a couple of tablespoons of orange juice to the sauce.
It was very good! However I would not use as much butter next time- it just doesn't need it. I paired them with a hot cereal mixture I make in my rice cooker and Oh Man was that good. Top it with a bit of chocolate sauce and I'm in heaven!
This was awesome! Served with white rice and cuban black beans. Will make again!
I cooked it exactly as the recipe said and wouldn't change a thing. They were wonderful!
These plantains were very good! Living in Japan, we are finding these EVERYWHERE, even our backyard! We topped these with out homemade carmalized pecan ice cream! A PERFECT dessert! Thanks!
This is an awesome way to cook plantains! I love fried plantains but these are even better as it adds some different flavors to them. Really enjoyed them as a snack/dessert. Thanks!
These are fabulous. I love the cinnamon addition and the carmelized brown sugar...it reminded me of a cross between fried plantains and a cinnamon roll. For one plaintain, I used about 2 tbsp of butter and halved everything else. UPDATE: This time I made them as directed buy cut back the butter and left out the cinnamon. They were a great side dish!
YUM! Simple, fast, cheap, and good...what more can you ask for? I also only used the first 4 tablespoons of butter which worked out a-ok! Thanks for posting!
WONDERFUL, I just bought 1 plantain because we had never had them before. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of cutting it into coins, and after I added the sugar I turned the fire off and let it sit until we were done with dinner. We will make again with more plantains.