- 2 ripe Plantains(Black skin)
- 2 tbsps Butter
- 2 tbsps Demerara Sugar
- 8 tbsp Orange Juicefreshly squeezed
Plantains are the less sweet but starchier fruit, identical to the banana. Sweet bananas, now and again called “dessert bananas,” are significantly more mainstream in the United States and Europe, yet plantains are a critical staple for individuals in tropical nations.
In contrast to dessert bananas, plantains are quite often cooked before eating. Truth be told, they taste truly terrible crude, so don’t be deceived by their banana-like highlights.
Cooked plantains are healthfully fundamentally the same as a potato, calorie-wise, yet contain a more significant amount of specific nutrients and minerals. They’re a rich wellspring of fiber, nutrients A, C, B-6, and the minerals magnesium and potassium.
Where to find plantains?
Plantains fill in tropical nations worldwide from Central and South America to the Caribbean, Africa, and Southeast Asia. As a non-seasonal crop, plantains are accessible the entire year.
They’re viewed as a staple food in numerous areas, giving a vast wellspring of calories to individuals in the jungles.
Luckily, plantains are likewise found virtually in markets and supermarkets. In spite of the fact that it’s without a doubt, your neighborhood staple chain will convey plantains, in case you’re experiencing difficulty discovering them, attempt a Latin or Asian supermarket.
Another plus point, in addition to Plantains, are modest! Like bananas, you can generally get a modest bunch of plantains for not even a dollar.
Here is a recipe we would like to share with you to enjoy a detailed yet mysterious taste of plantains. Try our barbecued plantains any time of the week without too much of a hassle for too many ingredients. The recipe is quick, easy, and less ingredient demanding. Go ahead!
Peel and cut the plantains into the slices of 2.5 cm thick shape and lay each of them on a big foil sheet. Make sure the slices stay together in their original form while putting them on the foil sheet.
Apply butter on all the slices of plantains and sprinkle them with sugar.
Fold the foil from the plantain's sides in a gondola shape so that other additional ingredients don't fall out.
Drizzle the grinded salt and pepper on top and pour in the orange juice.
Now wrap the plantains completely inside the foils until they are sealed shut. You can also do these preparations beforehand.
Arrange the prepared foiled plantains on a barbecue rack and let them cook for thirty minutes. When the slices become soft, take them off from heat and serve hot. To check when slices become soft, open the foil a little and check with the tip of a knife.