Pooh made some desert the other night. It was sweet and tasty!

1 Plantain (Large thin slices)
Brown Sugar (as little or as much as you like)
Olive Oil

Heat a thin layer of olive oil on a flat nonstick pan. Pooh doesn’t like using too much oil on our food so we usually use Pam Cooking Spray to lightly oil the pan. Sprinkle brown sugar on both sides of the plantain slices and then place them in the pan. Be sure not to use too much oil or it’ll splatter all over the place! Once the plantains turn to a golden brown color and when there’s a nice layer of caramelization, they’re ready to remove from the pan. Let them cool a bit and enjoy! Best served warm. I prefer thin crispy slices. Pooh prefers large soft slices. This is one of my favorite treats growing up in a filipino home. I hope you try this out sometime. Let me know how it goes!

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16 Comments to “BANANA-QUE!”

  1. John says:

    sarap! banana-que! ol time fav comfort food and merienda! good to know you and Pooh never forget to have traditional Pinoy food every now and then. :) Sana naka stick din, hehehe.

  2. Joel says:

    Try making turon! It’s a variation of this. :)

  3. daemoneyes says:

    nice presentation on the banana-que… =)

  4. i’ve always wanted some plaintains. the resturant i used to work at served carmelized plantains and it used to always make my mouth water everytime i saw it, but i never knew how simple it was to make. tomorrow i am driving myself to the nearest viet market and buying some plantains. the chunk next to it looks like some good ol’ mashed potatoes. yum. and even the cup looks lickable. sexy food…

  5. jedd says:

    that is the gayest cup ever.

  6. Rei says:

    So fancy! banana lumpia more better! =)

  7. Oliver says:

    wow so pinoy! Try turon (banana’s in lumpia wrapper, with jack fruit/cheese/chocolate) cooked much like bananacue!!!

  8. Entra says:

    hey.. would love to see a piece of sexy pooh’s..

  9. says:

    Too cut down further on oil, try baking it. I saw a food stall use a turbo broiler to make banana-que. It was less greasy. They also stuffed it with a custard cream, adding more flavor. Yum!

  10. maccallister says:

    my sister knew how to do this and we have so much fun eating them!

    atleast you still remeber those filipino stuff hehe thats good!

  11. Ram says:

    very nice presentation… i love banana-q :-)

  12. Mcneil says:

    That’s what pinoy merienda so affordable to have. Yummy!
    Nice photo.

  13. alfred says:

    belated happy birthday!
    i’m happy for your new blog!
    keep rockin!

  14. ronric says:

    sarap banana que!! belated happy birthaday!!

  15. Whoa! So, you guys our Filipinos? Nice!

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