Easy & Healthy Fried Plantains

Happy Foodie Friday with American Express! I’ll often whip up some healthy fried plantains to go along with breakfast, Mexican night dinner, lunches, and so on. Whenever I make plantains and share photos on my Instagram page, I get asked over and over how exactly I make them!

Let’s make today our little how-to day! Now go out and buy those plantains 🙂Easy & Healthy Fried Plantains

Easy & Healthy Fried Plantains

Preparation 2 min 2017-08-24T00:02:00+00:00 Cook Time 8 min 2017-08-24T00:08:00+00:00

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Cut plantains into desired pieces
  • Heat oil in your skillet until hot
  • Place cut plantains into the skillet
  • Flip after 4-5 minutes
  • Remove, transfer to a plate lined with paper towels, and pat
  • Add salt and cinnamon as desired
  • Recipe Notes

  • *yellow plantains are sweet where green plantains are not, they make tostones!
  • We eat fried plantains with eggs for breakfast, mexican night plates, or with beef barbacoa salads and bowls! They make for a perfect carb, especially when you’re craving a little something sweet.

    Beef Barbacao Bowls

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    2 comments on “Easy & Healthy Fried Plantains

    • That’s exactly how I make my plantains! So easy and delicious! I’ve been obsessed with plantains ever since my trip to the Caribbean last year and my determination to figure out how to make them myself once I got home 🙂

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