Eaten hot or cold, these savoury plantain pancakes make a delicious starter or snack and with a generous serving of bean stew can be a very filling lunch.
When plantain skins turn black, they are over-ripe and that’s when, I think, they reach plantain perfection and are an ideal base for pancakes and puddings. They are usually fried in palm fruit oil, but I prefer to use rapeseed oil.
A recipe from “A Plate in the Sun“
4 Replies to "Plantain Pancakes"
nike March 4, 2021 (1:18 pm)
wow, thank you I have instantly seen what I have been doing wrong.. Sunday morning breakfast coming up
Patti Sloley March 4, 2021 (11:04 pm)
Heyy Nike, I’m sure they’re going to be delicious and hopefully breakfast will be delish xxx Are you serving them with beans?
Zoe Kusi-Appiah June 10, 2021 (6:59 am)
Love all your recipes Patty, I’m a big fun
Patti Sloley June 10, 2021 (11:14 am)
Thank you so much. That’s really nice to hear. Where are you based?