Plantain Pancakes. Plantains are starchier than bananas, which makes them work SO well for this recipe. The sugars and starch provide the bulk and base for these fluffy, dense pancakes. Green plantains are less ripe (and have less sugars).
They look and have a similar consistency of a conventional pancake. However, the taste is altogether different, and they have a characteristic pleasant smell. These sweet, fluffy plantain pancakes take well to warming spices and make a delicious addition to breakfast and brunch menus as well as delightful desserts. You can have Plantain Pancakes using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
The batter has no added sugar because of the sweetness of the ripe plantain—the riper they are, the sweeter and more tender the pancakes. These Plantain Pancakes are so light and fluffy and the texture is on-point. They freeze incredibly well and reheat in minutes. The secret is the food processor (or blender).
You need to aerate the eggs before adding the plantains. Also, you really need those plantains pulverized and mashing just doesn't cut it. Plantain Pancakes – Rich, tender, & delicious soft, tender, rich plantain pancakes, like pancakes but with a sweet plantain taste. Good for breakfast or make it for dessert with coconut sauce. When I heard about the trend of two ingredient banana pancakes, I just had to jump onboard and.