If you’re ready to add plantains to your life but aren’t sure how (like I was for way too long) you are in luck! My recipe is super simple and they are ready to eat within a few minutes. If you are paleo or avoiding grains, it can be hard to find a variety of carbohydrates to incorporate. I find myself eating sweet potatoes most of the time, but plantains are a great way to switch up your menu! They make an excellent side dish, quick snack, or addition to any meal.
Easy, delicious and so satisfying! They are paleo, vegan, dairy free and perfect as a snack, side dish, appetizer, or addition to any meal!
- 1 large plantain
- 3 tbsp coconut oil or avocado oil
- pinch of sea salt
- dash of black pepper
Heat your oil in a pan (I use my cast iron skillet) over medium heat.
Peel your plantain by cutting off the ends and then slicing the peel to make it easier to peel.
Slice plantain so you get 1" round slices.
Place plantains in coconut oil. When the bottoms are golden brown, flip to brown the other side.
With the back of a fork, press down on each side to flatten each plantain. Add salt and pepper.
Remove from the pan and enjoy!