Cooking bananas. Even though you might like to eat raw bananas, they’re delicious once cooked. Flamed bananas, air-fried banana bites, we have cooking times and tips for you! We will also give you tips and recipes on how to prepare plantain bananas. Translation in French : banane.
How do I cook bananas?
- Preparing bananas
- Cooking bananas with an air fryer
- Cooking flamed bananas
- Cooking plantain bananas in a pan (pisang goreng)
- Cooking plantain bananas on a bbq
What to pair bananas with?
Serve your cooked bananas with a bit of sugar or vanilla ice cream!
Preparing bananas is simply peeling them…
Cooking bananas with an air fryer
Cooking bananas with an air fryer. Here’s my recipe:
1. Heat your air fryer at 350°F (180°C).
2. Take a package of puff pastry. Roll your peed banana in puff pastry. Cut into 1-inch thick slices. For a golden color, brush with beaten egg yolk and sprinkle sesame seeds on top.
3. Cook for 10 minutes. Enjoy!
Cooking fried bananas
Cooking bananas in a pan. Flamed bananas is my father’s favorite dessert.
1. Heat a pan. Pee a banana and cut it lengthwise.
2. Cook the banana halves in butter for 5 minutes. Add rhum and vanilla sugar. Flame until alcohol has been consumed.
Cooking fried plantain bananas
Cooking fried plantain bananas. Frying plantain in vegetable oil (coconut oil) is called pisang goreng in South East Asia.
1. Peel the plantains and slice them into 1-inch slices.
2. Put coconut oil (or any vegetable oil) in a non-stick pan. Medium heat.
3. Add the plantain slices and cook for 2-3 minutes, flipping the slices halfway through.
Cooking barbecued plantain bananas
Cooking barbecued plantain bananas. Use ripe plantain bananas.
1. Peel the plantains and slice them into 1-inch slices. put the slices on tin foil (with a little sugar, butter and orange juice) Close the parcels tightly.
2. Cook the foil packages on a barbecue for 30 minutes. Enjoy!
Bananas are a good source of several essential nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, manganese, and dietary fiber.
Bananas are particularly rich in potassium, which is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in maintaining proper heart and muscle function. Adequate potassium intake is also associated with lower blood pressure levels.
The fiber, potassium, and vitamin C in bananas contribute to heart health.
Bananas are a good source of dietary fiber, which helps regulate bowel movements and promotes a healthy digestive system.
Bananas are an excellent source of natural carbohydrates, including sugars and starch, providing a quick and sustained energy boost. They are a popular choice among athletes and those needing a quick energy source.