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Fried Plantains


15 minutes

2-4 servings


Plantains look like bananas, but do not taste like them. They are native to India and most tropical climates. Many Latin American cuisines fry plantains for dessert. Ours is a healthier version since we use organic coconut oil. High in Potassium, Vitamin A, B6, C and fiber. Yum! Phase One-Repair

Fried Plantains


1/2 cup(s) organic coconut oil

1 plantain, brown (not green)

1 dash(es) cinnamon powder


1. Cut the ends off the plantain and make a slit in the peel. Remove the peel and slice the plantain into one-inch pieces.

2. In a small stainless-steel skillet, heat the oil on medium heat until the oil gets hot (about 4-5 minutes).

3. Place the plantain in the pan carefully and cook on both sides about 2 minutes each, until they slightly brown on the ends.

4. Remove the plantains, put each one between two plates and smash it down a bit.

5. Return them to the oil and cook again for another 2 minutes per side. Remove and place on a paper towel to absorb the oil.

6. Sprinkle with cinnamon powder and serve. Enjoy!

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