Caramelized Ripe Plantains Without Added Sugar Recipe (Caramelized Nendran)
It is a delicious and super easy recipe which can be made to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Caramelized Ripe Plantains without Added Sugar (Caramelized Nendran) is a delicious and super easy recipe. The traditional recipe for ripe plantain fry makes use of loads of ghee and sugar and is fried in more oil. But this dish is a healthy version which uses absolutely no added sugars and very less oil. The plantains are allowed to caramelize in its natural sugars to be sweet. Serve these caramelized ripe plantains wrapped up in crepes, topped on waffles or apple vanilla whole wheat pancakes drizzled with maple syrup or honey, or simply devour these chewy treats one after the other on a fork.
Here are a few more recipes that you can do with banana
- 2 Nendra Pazham Banana (Ripe)
- Cooking oil , to caramelize
How to make Caramelized Ripe Plantains Without Added Sugar Recipe (Caramelized Nendran)
To prepare Caramelized Ripe Plantains without Added Sugar (Caramelized Nendran), take 2 ripe plantains and peel them.
Slice the plantains into half. Slit them lengthwise once again to make smaller pieces.
Heat very little oil in a good quality non-stick pan. Arrange the sliced plantains, flat side down on the heated pan.
Allow the plantains to roast on a medium to low flame. After a few minutes, flip over and continue to roast. Keep flipping the plantains till the plantains are well roasted.
And that's it! Sticky and wonderfully caramelized plantains is ready to be devoured.
These make an excellent snack with a cup of milk or tea. You could even serve them with tasty pancakes to make pancakes with caramelized bananas or stuff them up in crepes with a little peanut butter, or include them in Caramelized Banana French Toast Recipe.
Donna is an avid cook and like many others, discovered her love for cooking after marriage. She experiments with various cuisines from around the world with Indian cuisine at its heart. Being a Keralite, the majority of her recipes are from Kerala (South Indian). She strongly believe in "Cooking made easy".